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作者:Asako Kaneoka , Jessica M. Pisegna , Keri V. Miloro ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.899-906Cambridge U Press
摘要:OBJECTIVE Evidence is lacking on the preventive effect of oral care on healthcare-associated pneumonia in hospitalized patients and nursing home residents who are not mechanically ventilated. The primary aim of this review was to assess the effectiveness of oral care on the ...
作者:Venkata CK Sunkesula , Shanina Knighton , Trina F. Zabarsky ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.986-989Cambridge U Press
摘要:Abstract We found that a majority of hospitalized patients were aware of the importance of hand hygiene, but observations indicated that performance of hand hygiene was uncommon. An intervention in which healthcare personnel facilitated hand hygiene at specific moments signi...
作者:Jason S. Biswas, MD , Amita Patel, BSc , Jonathan A. Otter, PhD ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.975-977Cambridge U Press
摘要:Abstract Clostridium difficile was recovered from 33 (34%) of 98 rooms of patients who were excretors compared with 36 (49%) of 73 rooms of patients with active infection. Not all laboratory algorithms can distinguish between these 2 groups, yet both may be a significant sou...
作者:N. Floret , O. Ali-Brandmeyer , F. L’Hériteau ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.963-968Cambridge U Press
摘要:OBJECTIVE To assess the temporal trend of reported occupational blood and body fluid exposures (BBFE) in French healthcare facilities. METHOD Retrospective follow-up of reported BBFE in French healthcare facilities on a voluntary basis from 2003 to 2012 with a focus on those...
作者:Sanjay Saint , Karen E. Fowler , Sarah L. Krein ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.969-971Cambridge U Press
摘要:We surveyed 571 US hospitals about practices used to prevent Clostridium difficile infection (CDI). Most hospitals reported regularly using key CDI prevention practices, and perceived their strength of evidence as high. The largest discrepancy between regular use and perceiv...
作者:Yossi Bart , Mical Paul , Orna Eluk ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.936-941Cambridge U Press
摘要:BACKGROUND The natural history of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) carriage and the timing and procedures required to safely presume a CRE-free status are unclear. OBJECTIVE To determine risk factors for recurrence of CRE among presumed CRE-free patients. METHOD...
作者:Alison Tse Kawai , Michael S. Calderwood , Robert Jin ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.871-877Cambridge U Press
摘要:BACKGROUND The 2008 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services hospital-acquired conditions policy limited additional payment for conditions deemed reasonably preventable. OBJECTIVE To examine whether this policy was associated with decreases in billing rates for 2 targeted co...
作者:Thomas Obadia , Lulla Opatowski , Laura Temime ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.922-929Cambridge U Press
摘要:BACKGROUND Reducing the spread of multidrug-resistant bacteria in hospitals remains a challenge. Current methods are screening of patients, isolation, and adherence to hygiene measures among healthcare workers (HCWs). More specific measures could rely on a better characteriz...
作者:Isaac See , Suparna Bagchi , Stephanie Booth ...
来源:[J].Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology(IF 4.02), 2015, Vol.36 (8), pp.972-974Cambridge U Press
摘要:Investigation of an outbreak of Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) at a hemodialysis facility revealed evidence that limited intrafacility transmission occurred despite adherence to published infection control standards for dialysis clinics. Outpatient dialysis facilities...

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