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Detecção e avaliação epidemiológica de Legionella pneumophila em água de uso hospitalar

@inproceedings{Ferreira2002DetecoEA,
  title={Detecç{\~a}o e avaliaç{\~a}o epidemiol{\'o}gica de Legionella pneumophila em {\'a}gua de uso hospitalar},
  author={Aldo Pacheco Ferreira and Associazione Nazionale di Engegneria Sanit{\'a}ria},
  year={2002}
}
Espécies de Legionella (bacilos aeróbicos gram-negativos) são largamente distribuídas em ambientes aquáticos. A água potável é uma fonte nosocomial de legionelosis. Diversos Órgãos Internacionais (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA), orientam para ter-se um monitoramento de Legionella pneumophila em hospitais. A família Legionellaceae engloba um grupo de bactérias fastidiosas que requerem técnicas especiais de isolamento, das quais… 
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