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bloodstream, respiratory tract, surgical site, urinary tract and woundinfections, particularly in patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU)[ 2 ]. Risk factors can predispose patients to A. baumannii infections and they include previous antibiotic
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]. In a study by Buzaid et al. from Libya, MRSA was identified in 31% of 200 S. aureus strains isolated from the woundinfections [ 23 ].
Relatively few studies examined the MRSA rate among individuals without invasive infection. A recent study
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are more known as nosocomial pathogens because they cause severe diseases such as surgical woundinfections, endocarditis, bacteremia and UTIs. Moreover, they are resistant to numerous antimicrobial agents that are using in hospitals [ 5 ]. Antibiotic
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associated with hospital-acquired infections, e.g., pneumonia, woundinfections, and urinary tract infections  .
Bacillus licheniformis (which is a common bacterium in soils) detected both in the well and pool waters can also be
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pass into the bloodstream after exposure to pigs or pork/bones in the presence of skin injuries, even without visible woundinfections. Infections may also be acquired by contact with raw or undercooked meat products, traditionally consumed in the Far
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