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The prevention of internal aerogenic infections in childrens hospitals






Gigiena i Sanitariya (6): 17-20

The prevention of internal aerogenic infections in childrens hospitals

Data on the circulation of pathogenic staphylococci and respiratory viruses in different children's noninfectious hospital departments, and certain measures of nonspecific prevention of aerogenic infections are presented.


Accession: 006740616



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