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1964 1
1966 2
1967 16
1968 10
1969 8
1970 11
1971 19
1972 27
1973 17
1974 29
1975 49
1976 56
1977 41
1978 37
1979 51
1980 31
1981 42
1982 54
1983 48
1984 56
1985 58
1986 71
1987 89
1988 66
1989 100
1990 85
1991 95
1992 106
1993 128
1994 119
1995 128
1996 125
1997 154
1998 139
1999 151
2000 154
2001 163
2002 129
2003 163
2004 180
2005 194
2006 261
2007 308
2008 325
2009 312
2010 307
2011 292
2012 288
2013 322
2014 329
2015 290
2016 278
2017 273
2018 256
2019 112
2020 0
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[Pathogen distribution, risk factors, and outcomes of nosocomial infection in very premature infants].
Zhang DS, et al. Zhongguo Dang Dai Er Ke Za Zhi 2017. PMID 28774360 Chinese. Free article.
According to the presence or absence of nosocomial infection after 72 hours of hospitalization, the infants were divided into infection group and non-infection group. The infection group was analyzed in terms of pathogenic bacteria which caused infection and their drug sensitivity. A multivariate logistic regression analysis was used to investigate the potential risk factors and risk of adverse outcomes of nosocomial infection in very preterm infants. ...
According to the presence or absence of nosocomial infection after 72 hours of hospitalization, the infants were divided into infe
Antibiotic resistance in hospitals
Alsaeed A and Blondeau JM. Future Microbiol 2015. PMID 25812451
Aetiology and Significance of Hospital-Acquired Infections in Mexico
Alonso-Aguilar NM, et al. Clin Lab 2017 - Review. PMID 28182358
As a result, patients are at a greater risk of not surviving an infection and the epidemiology of this bacterial group is unknown. ...
As a result, patients are at a greater risk of not surviving an infection and the epidemiology of this bacterial group is unknown. .. …
A single-institution experience with a brucellosis outbreak in the United States
Joseph R, et al. Am J Infect Control 2018. PMID 29735252
Standardized precautionary microbiology processes and coordinated collaboration among hospital departments and local health departments assisted in optimally managing this disease at our institution....
Standardized precautionary microbiology processes and coordinated collaboration among hospital departments and local health departmen …
Microbial etiologies of hospital-acquired bacterial pneumonia and ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia
Jones RN. Clin Infect Dis 2010 - Review. PMID 20597676
We review the medical and microbiology literature and the results of the SENTRY Antimicrobial Surveillance Program (1997-2008) to establish the pathogens most likely to cause HABP or VABP. ...
We review the medical and microbiology literature and the results of the SENTRY Antimicrobial Surveillance Program (1997-2008) to est …
Future Directions and Molecular Basis of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
Aykac K, et al. Can Respir J 2017 - Review. PMID 29162982 Free PMC article.
Moreover VAP is the second most common hospital-acquired infection in pediatric intensive care units. Although it is still not well understood, understanding molecular pathogenesis is essential for preventing and treating pneumonia. ...
Moreover VAP is the second most common hospital-acquired infection in pediatric intensive care units. Although it is still not well u …
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