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Bakteryjne i grzybicze zakazenia krwi u chorych w oddzialach klinicznych Szpitala Uniwersyteckiego w Krakowie

  title={Bakteryjne i grzybicze zakazenia krwi u chorych w oddzialach klinicznych Szpitala Uniwersyteckiego w Krakowie},
  author={Joanna Kędzierska and Jacek Węgrzyn and Anna Ewa Kędzierska and Andżelika Pietrzyk},
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Fungi as causative agents of healthcare-associated infections
Current epidemiology of fungal nosocomial infections according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) classification was presented.


Polymicrobial bacteremia in critically ill patients
Catheter replacement in patients who develop polymicrobial bacteremia and improving techniques of catheter maintenance in order to reduce its incidence are suggested.
The increase in carbapenem use and emergence of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia as an important nosocomial pathogen.
It is indicated that carbapenem use in a hospital environment may result in emergence of nosocomial infections due to multiresistant S. maltophilia in high risk patients with very limited choice of antibiotics for therapy.
Aerobic gram-negative bacilli: newer nosocomial pathogens.
Changing patterns of bacterial nosocomial infections: a nine-year study in a general hospital.
Surveillance data on 12,944 bacterial isolates derived from nosocomial infections, reported to the Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases of the Hellenic Air Force and VA General Hospital
The Hospital Epidemiologist: Practical Ideas
  • R. Wenzel
  • Medicine
    Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology
  • 1995
Abstract The modem hospital epidemiologist has broad perspectives and influence across clinical departmental lines. The opportunities to improve patient care by expanding traditional areas of focus
Major trends in the microbial etiology of nosocomial infection.