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Epidemiological diagnosis of suppurative-septic hospital infections in surgery






Zhurnal Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii, i Immunobiologii: 44-47

Epidemiological diagnosis of suppurative-septic hospital infections in surgery

The authors have analyzed the results of epidemiologic diagnosis of suppurative-septic hospital infections after surgery, that helped them develop a preventive system permitting a decrease of the incidence rate of suppurative-septic infections in surgery 1.8-fold within a year. The main features of the epidemic process in suppurative-septic infections is described. A total systems approach to epidemiological diagnosis is necessitated.


Accession: 040034998

PMID: 3618023



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