The importance of long-term acute care hospitals in the regional epidemiology of klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase-producing enterobacteriaceae

Michael Y. Lin*, Rosie D. Lyles-Banks, Karen Lolans, David W. Hines, Joel B. Spear, Russell Petrak, William E. Trick, Robert A. Weinstein, Mary K. Hayden, Alexander J. Kallen, Ninfa Acuna, Rosemary Albright, Pat Alexander, Therese Anthony, Laura Bardowski, Cate Berends, Amanda Bonebrake, Judy Bova, Annie Braggs, Stephanie BurtunMary Alice Byrnes, Carol Cagle, Rose Chavis, Sue Cienkus, Sheila Collins-Johnson, Cari Coomer, Theresa Chou, Diane Cullen, Delia Deguzman, Onofre Donceras, Margaret Feller, Sharon Fung, Jo Anne Marie Gasienica, Silvia Garcia-Houchins, Gerry Genovese, Marge Gentile, Gregg Gonzaga, Edward Goodwin, Elsie Hernandez, James Kerridge, Jean Kirk, Mary Alice Lavin, Susan Lee, Jan Lepinski, Sandra Myrick, Toni Oats, Anna O'Donnell, Violetta Pasinos, Jo Ann Patton, Maria Perez, Joanne Purpura, Linda Rakoski, Sandra Reiner, Asif Saiyed, Mary Santine, Barbara Schmitt, Carol Schultz, Rose Marie Semar, Helen Sethuraman, Chris Silkaitis, Elizabeth Stutler, Annie Thompson, Katie Wickman, Maureen Bolon, Andrew Cha, Emily Landon, James Malow, Sunita Mohapatra, John Segreti, Stephen Weber, Sharon Welbel, Teresa Zembower

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