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Epidemiology of Nosocomial
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agents airborne anaerobic anti antibiotic antibiotic therapy antimicrobial areas associated aureus bacteremia bacteria blood burn wound cannula carriers catheter cause Chapter clinical coli colonization comial contaminated culture develop diagnosis disease disinfection disseminated drugs effective epidemic epidemiologic equipment exposure factors fection flora fluid frequently gentamicin gram gram-negative group-A hepatitis hospital personnel host immune important incidence infants infection control Infection Control Committee intravenous isolation Klebsiella laboratory lesions meningitis methicillin microbial microbiologic microorganisms neonates newborn nosocomial infections nurse nursery occur operating room organisms outbreaks pathogens pediatric penicillin percent pital pneumonia postoperative potential prevent problem procedures prosthesis Pseudomonas renal transplant reported resistance respiratory risk sepsis septicemia skin specific specimens spread staphylococcal Staphylococcus aureus sterile strains streptococci studies surgery surgical surveillance susceptible techniques tients tion tissue tive tract infections transmission transplant patients treatment urinary tract urinary tract infections usually vaccine viral virus wound infections