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Analysis of risk factors for nosocomial infections Archive - Cancer ...

Analysis of risk factors for nosocomial infections Archive - Cancer ... | Surgical site infections | Scoop.it
OBJECTIVE To investigate the risk factors for nosocomial infections in inpatients,to provides the basis for clinical departments in prevention and control of hospital infections. METHODS The clinical data of 327 inpatients with ...
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Incidence, mortality and cost of c diff infections are at all time high ...

Hospital-onset CDI are estimated to cost $5042–$7179 per case. Much of the recent increase in the incidence and mortality of CDIs is attributed to the emergence and spread of a hypervirulent, resistant strain of C.
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OVARIAN CANCER and US: Public Disclosure of Hospital Infection ...

OVARIAN CANCER and US: Public Disclosure of Hospital Infection ... | Surgical site infections | Scoop.it
Newswise — Only 21 states require public reporting of hospital data on surgical site infections and, even when disclosure is mandated, the information is often not easily accessible to patients who could use it to make ...
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Disclosing Surgical Site Infections – Rates Vary Across US States ...

According to a study by Johns Hopkins, just 21 states in the USA are required to report hospital data on surgical site infections publicly. Furthermore, even when this data is made public, it is usually difficult to access for ...
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Obese People at Higher Risk of Infection After Colon Surgery

Obese People at Higher Risk of Infection After Colon Surgery | Surgical site infections | Scoop.it
(HealthDay News) -- Obese patients are at a significantly increased risk for surgical site infections after undergoing partial or full removal of the colon, a new study finds. It included 7020 patients, aged 18 to 64, who had either ...
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