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Acta Medica Medianae
S. aureus is a frequent cause of infections both in hospital setting and outside it. The growing resistance of this pathogen to beta-lactam and other antibiotics complicates the treatment. The aim in this study was to investigate the frequency of nasal carriage of S. aureus among healthy population who can be the source of infection, as well as a share of MRSA colonisation. We analyzed 5.776 throat and nose swab samples taken from adult healthy population; the swabs were analyzed indoaj:6faf24e98a1d4daaa84ad0bf373c8b33 fatcat:ujxy33lxsrhldio4fxbujderq4