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AMSTERDAM (360Dx) – Hospital-acquired infections are a growing problem in European health facilities, and more microbiological testing is needed for effective control and treatment, according to the European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.

At the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) conference held here over the weekend, the ECDC said the lack of available microbiological testing could be hampering treatment, infection surveillance, prevention, and control of HAIs.

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