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2001 334
2002 271
2003 314
2004 316
2005 354
2006 404
2007 463
2008 475
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Effect of early supplemental parenteral nutrition in the paediatric ICU: a preplanned observational study of post-randomisation treatments in the PEPaNIC trial
Vanhorebeek I, et al. Lancet Respir Med 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28522351
Independent associations between average macronutrient doses up to each of the first 7 days and likelihood of acquiring an infection in the PICU, of earlier live weaning from mechanical ventilation, and of earlier live PICU discharge were investigated using multivariable Cox proportional hazard analyses. ...With increasing doses of aminoacids, the likelihood of acquiring a new infection was higher (adjusted hazard ratios [HRs] per 10% increase between 1·043-1·134 for days 1-5, p≤0·029), while the likelihood of earlier live weaning from mechanical ventilation was lower (HRs 0·950-0·975 days 3-7, p≤0·045), and the likelihood of earlier live PICU discharge was lower (HRs 0·943-0·972 days 1-7, p≤0·030). ...
Independent associations between average macronutrient doses up to each of the first 7 days and likelihood of acquiring an infection
Investigation of cross-infection in isolation wards of different design.
McKendrick GD and Emond RT. J Hyg (Lond) 1976. PMID 1060693 Free PMC article.
A survey was conducted in seven hospitals to assess the risk of cross-infection with the highly infectious air-borne diseases, varicella-zoster and measles, in isolation wards of different design. Existing wards and isolation techniques were found to afford a high degree of protection, but there was considerable variation in the incidence of cross-infection related to ward structure, ward practice and the availability of trained staff. ...
A survey was conducted in seven hospitals to assess the risk of cross-infection with the highly infectious air-borne diseases, …
Mobile Phone: A Possible Vector of Bacterial Transmission in Hospital Setting
Karkee P, et al. Kathmandu Univ Med J (KUMJ) 2017. PMID 30353896
Methods A cross sectional study was conducted in 124 Health Care Workers of different departments of tertiary care hospital. ...So it is recommended to make infection control guidelines which target the use of suitable disinfectants to avoid mobile phone contamination....
Methods A cross sectional study was conducted in 124 Health Care Workers of different departments of tertiary care hospital. ...So it …
Asymmetric disease dynamics in multihost interconnected networks
Pilosof S, et al. J Theor Biol 2017. PMID 28735858
We found that outbreak probability is determined by a complex interaction between source of infection and between-host infection probabilities, whereas outbreak size is mainly affected by the non-focal host to focal host infection probability. ...We strongly encourage empirical studies that include information on both cross-species infection rates and network structure of multiple hosts. ...
We found that outbreak probability is determined by a complex interaction between source of infection and between-host infection
Hospital-acquired infections
Feingold DS. N Engl J Med 1970 - Review. PMID 4921308
Relationship between hyperglycemia and infection in critically ill patients.
Butler SO, et al. Pharmacotherapy 2005 - Review. PMID 16006275 Free article.
Uncontrolled hyperglycemia may be associated with complications such as fluid and electrolyte disturbances and increased infection risk. ...The principal benefit of intensive insulin therapy is a decrease in infection-related complications and mortality. Further research will define which patient populations will benefit most from intensive insulin therapy and firmly establish the blood glucose concentration at which benefits will be realized....
Uncontrolled hyperglycemia may be associated with complications such as fluid and electrolyte disturbances and increased infection ri …
Evaluation of the role of ultrasound machines as a source of nosocomial and cross-infection.
Karadenz YM, et al. Invest Radiol 2001. PMID 11547045
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the potential role of ultrasonography probes and coupling gel for cross-infection in patients undergoing ultrasonography; to describe a cost-effective method of probe handling; and to emphasize the importance of position of the probes in the boxes. ...
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the potential role of ultrasonography probes and coupling gel for cross-infection in pat …
Association Between Healthcare-Associated Infection and Exposure to Hospital Roommates and Previous Bed Occupants with the Same Organism.
Cohen B, et al. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2018. PMID 29486805 Free PMC article.
For each bed occupied during the 3-5-day period prior to infection, microbiology results for assigned roommates and the patient who occupied the bed immediately prior to the case were collected. For controls, the day of infection of the matched case served as the reference point.RESULTSIn total, 10,289 HAIs were identified. ...
For each bed occupied during the 3-5-day period prior to infection, microbiology results for assigned roommates and the patient who o …
Extended models for nosocomial infection: parameter estimation and model selection.
Thomas A, et al. Math Med Biol 2018. PMID 29040678 Free PMC article.
We consider extensions to previous models for patient level nosocomial infection in several ways, provide a specification of the likelihoods for these new models, specify new update steps required for stochastic integration, and provide programs that implement these methods to obtain parameter estimates and model choice statistics. ...Cross validation, deviance information criterion and widely applicable information criterion approaches to model choice fit very naturally into this framework and we have implemented all three. ...
We consider extensions to previous models for patient level nosocomial infection in several ways, provide a specification of the like …
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