Occupationally acquired infections in health care workers. Part II.

@article{Sepkowitz1996OccupationallyAI,
  title={Occupationally acquired infections in health care workers. Part II.},
  author={KentA. Sepkowitz},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={125 11},
  pages={
          917-28
        }
}
More than 10 years have elapsed since the last major consideration of occupationally acquired infections in health care workers [1, 2]. Since then, much has changednew infections have been identified, diagnostic tests for previously recognized diseases have been improved, the use of molecular epidemiologic techniques in outbreak investigations has increasingly become routine, and outpatient and home care have become more common. The topic of occupationally acquired airborne infections in health… CONTINUE READING
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