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Trends in Chlorhexidine Use in US Neonatal Intensive Care Units: Results From a Follow-Up National Survey

  • Julia Johnson (a1), Rebecca Bracken (a2), Pranita D. Tamma (a3), Susan W. Aucott (a1), Cynthia Bearer (a2) and Aaron M. Milstone (a3)...

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Address correspondence to Julia Johnson, MD, Division of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics, Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center, 1800 Orleans St, Ste 8513, Baltimore, MD 21287 (jjohn245@jhmi.edu).

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