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Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011

Research

Binary Toxin and Death after Clostridium difficile Infection

Sabrina BacciComments to Author , Kåre Mølbak, Marianne K. Kjeldsen, and Katharina E.P. Olsen
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: European Programme for Intervention Epidemiology Training, Stockholm, Sweden (S. Bacci); Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen, Denmark (S. Bacci, K. Mølbak, M.K. Kjeldsen, K.E.P. Olsen)

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Description of Clostridium difficile (CD) infections surveillance in Denmark, with the 4 groups of C. difficile–infected patients included in the study, week 1, 2008–week 22, 2009. SSI, Statens Serum Institut; R, resistance.

Figure 1. Description of Clostridium difficile (CD) infections surveillance in Denmark, with the 4 groups of C. difficile–infected patients included in the study, week 1, 2008–week 22, 2009. SSI, Statens Serum Institut; R, resistance.

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