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Patients can be from 50 to 100 times more likely to get a blood stream infection in the years after enterobacteriaceae is detected in faeces and urine

Over a maximum follow-up of six years, people were 57 and 113 times more likely to develop an EPE bloodstream infection when EPE was detected in the faeces and urine, respectively, compared with controls.

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