Jan 21, 2020

CRE spreads among Washington, D.C., health care facilities

Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, is transmitted within and between a variety of health care settings in Washington, D.C., a study presented at the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of American spring conference suggests. In response to the increasing threat of CRE in the United States, Jacqueline Reuben, MHS, an epidemiologist with the D.C. Department of Health, and colleagues

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