L A Genchikov

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The comparative analysis of the occurrence of purulent septic diseases in mothers during the puerperal period and in newborns, observed in a maternity hospital before and after the introduction of the system of keeping newborns together with their mothers, showed a considerable decrease in the morbidity rate among newborn infants (6 times) and in occurrence(More)
The comparative epidemiological study of hospital acquired infections (HAI) prevalence among newborns and parturient women in radionuclide contaminated territories (RT) and control territories (CT) was carried out. Observation covered altogether 2,837,471 newborns, of these 1,617,047 in CT, and 2,378,877 parturient women, of these 1,352,831 in CT. A high(More)
The analysis of reports of from maternity clinics and children's hospitals in the Russian Federation for the period of 1986-1994 showed that simultaneously with deterioration of the quality of life of the population not only a drop in the birth rate was registered, but also a significant increase in the appearance of different forms of pathology in pregnant(More)
The demographic, socio-hygienic, immunological, genetic, microbiological and epidemiological aspects of the problem of hospital purulent inflammatory diseases (PID) are considered. The main causes contributing to the high level of PID are analyzed. The main ways for decreasing PID incidence in medical institutions, comprising a complex of organizational,(More)