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Hand hygiene and the transmission of bacilli in a neonatal intensive care unit



Hand hygiene and the transmission of bacilli in a neonatal intensive care unit



Clinical Infectious Diseases 38(12): 1688-1689




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PMID: 15227613

DOI: 10.1086/386342


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