A factor that may drive infection rates is the community reservoir, he says.He suggests one way to control C. Difficile would screen people before they are either admitted to a hospital see if see if they carry the bacterium. Approximately 5 percent of the population carry C difficile without adverse effects. He says, three quarters in carriers could substantially higher in persons with hospitals and this in turn could lead to infections acquired in the community connected. This could be a reason, he argues, for the growing rate of infection. He points out that the relative increase in community-acquired C. Difficile is far exceeded that seen in hospitals.
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