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We hypothesize that pregnant women are at baseline risk for carrying community-acquired MRSA, but also have frequent contact with healthcare workers which may put them at risk for hospital-acquired MRSA carriage. Our study aimed to identify the colonization rate of women in active labor and whether transmission to infants may occur.
Pregnancy, Bacterial Colonization
- Singleton pregnancy expected to deliver next 24 hours
- Cesarean sections
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