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The SHAIPI CDI study investigated the clinical outcomes following hospitalisation of patients with CDI in Scotland. The primary analysis 'Clinical outcomes following hospitalisation with Clostridium difficile' aimed to quantify the impact of CDI on recurrence of CDI, mortality, readmissions to hospital and length of stay, in order to understand the impact of the infection. The second analysis 'Clinical outcomes following community associated and hospital associated Clostridium difficile infection: matched case-control studies' investigated the recurrence of CDI and readmissions to hospital, in both community associated CDI (CA-CDI) and hospital associated CDI (HA-CDI) cases, and mortality and length of stay in CA-CDI cases compared to controls and HA-CDI cases compared to controls. The research was funded by Astellas Pharma EMEA.
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