When deadly bacteria—impervious to even the broadest spectrum antibiotics doctors have in their arsenal—invade the bloodstream or organs of already ill and hospitalized individuals, the death rate can reach a daunting 50%. That’s why minimizing the chance they can spread has become Priority #1 for infection control experts in acute care facilities. Preventing bacterial infections, especially drug-resistant strains such as Klebsiella, has also put handwashing and ...

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