Vol 72, No 4 (2021)
Letter to the Editor
Published online: 2021-12-30

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Could seafarers serve as medium of transmission of resistant bacteria?

Iyiola Olatunji Oladunjoye1, Yusuf Amuda Tajudeen1, Christian Tochukwu Agboeze2, Joy Ginika Ikebuaso3, Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo4
Pubmed: 35146734
IMH 2021;72(4):310-311.


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