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Practices and an assessment of health care workers' perceptions of compliance with infection control knowledge of nosocomial infections

Practices and an assessment of health care workers' perceptions of compliance with infection control knowledge of nosocomial infections

American Journal of Infection Control 33(1): 55-57

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PMID: 15685137

DOI: 10.1016/j.ajic.2004.07.011

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