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Volume 11, Number 8—August 2005

Research

Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter Extremity Infections in Soldiers

Kepler A. Davis*Comments to Author , Kimberly A. Moran†, C. Kenneth McAllister*, and Paula J. Gray*
Author affiliations: *Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, USA; †Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA

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Flow chart illustrating active-duty soldier admissions to Brooke Army Medical Center from March 1, 2003, to May 31, 2004, and those who met case definitions for Acinetobacter osteomyelitis or wound infection. *Soldiers with diagnosis of injury, ICD codes 800.0–900.0. OIF/OEF, Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom.

Figure. . Flow chart illustrating active-duty soldier admissions to Brooke Army Medical Center from March 1, 2003, to May 31, 2004, and those who met case definitions for Acinetobacter osteomyelitis or wound infection. *Soldiers with diagnosis of injury, ICD codes 800.0–900.0. OIF/OEF, Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom.

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