C. difficile Infections Decrease in Hospitals, But Increase in Community
Decline in hospitals despite use of more sensitive tests
Clostridioides difficile infections are declining in U.S. hospitals, as measures over the last decade to reign in antibiotic use and improve infection control appear to be working.
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