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Pharmacist-Ordered Nasal Swab Reduces Length of Vancomycin Use in Areas of Low MRSA Risk

Seattle—Pharmacist-ordered nasal swabs reduced the length of vancomycin use for patients with suspected MRSA pneumonia, according to a new study presented during the 2018 ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy.

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