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From: Enterococcal colonization of infants in a neonatal intensive care unit: associated predictors, risk factors and seasonal patterns

Figure 2

Distribution of isolates of enterococci and multidrug-resistant enterococci (in % of samples taken per month) in meconium and surveillance cultures from colonized infants stratified by month of the year. There is a statistically significant association for a higher colonization rate with enterococci (p = 0.002, Chi-square test) and multidrug-resistant enterococci (p < 0.0001, Chi-square test) during the winter/spring months as compared to summer/fall months.

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