Melinda Neuhauser provides a broad overview and national perspective on antibiotic use in inpatient settings, unintended consequences of antibiotic use, and antibiotic stewardship programs during the 2017 NHSN Training.
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Collagen is the most abundant protein in mammals, accounting for around 30% of the protein content of the human body. It is often considered to be the “glue that holds the body together”.
Collagen is found in fibrous tissues such as skin, ligaments and tendons, as well as in the bones, blood vessels, the cornea of the eye, and in the gut.
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