A study involving four British hospitals showed that 35% of Clostridium difficile cases resulted from exposure to the pathogen in a hospital, suggesting that diverse sources such as food, animals, water or other health care settings play an important role in transmission. The findings were published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Most C. difficile infections acquired outside hospitals, data show
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