Staphylococcus aureus

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Staphylococcus aureus, staph

(fam), Staphylococcus aureus, estafilococo; methicillin-resistant — — (MRSA) Staphylococcus aureus resistente a (la) meticilina (SARM)
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3 There are worldwide efforts to develop credible phage therapies to control S.
A total of 207 nasal swab samples were processed for the isolation of S.
1 software package) was constructed which revealed that the coa gene of S.
The purpose of the study, named STRIVE (STaphylococcus aureus SuRgical Inpatient Vaccine Efficacy), is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the vaccine to determine if it prevents postoperative invasive S.
A concern with Staphylococcus aureus has emerged because of the possibility that fomites may play a significant role in the transferral of S.
During the past decade in several parts of the world, most notably in North America, the epidemiology of S.
People have been saying that maybe we should culture pregnant women" to determine whether they have anovaginal S.
aureus/CNS PNA FISH[TM] for presumptive identification of S.
Although a few studies hint that airborne transmission of the microbe may be involved in hospital infections, no studies have examined indoor levels of S.
Liu and his colleagues genetically engineered a strain of S.
Of 790 children aged 5 days to 40 months, 80 had S.
Of those in the treatment group, 4% developed nosocomial S.