Parte Ii. Variables del ambiente hospitalario que inciden en el riesgo de infecciones de pacientes con cncer y receptores de trasplante de precursores hematopoyticos: Diseo, procesos asistenciales, calidad microbiolgica del aire y agua

Rabagliati, R.; Catalán, P.; Rabello, M.; Ajenjo, M.C.; Zubieta, M.

Revista chilena de infectología 36(2): 126-138

2019


DOI: 10.4067/s0716-10182019000200126
Accession: 068491859

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Abstract
The hospital environment is a potential source of exposure to pathogens such as bacteria, fungi and parasites that can cause infections in patients with cancer including transplanted hematopoietic precursors. To mitigate this risk, the design, construction and location elements of the patient care area must be taken into account. Recommendations are given to provide safe environments, including aspects related to characteristics and use of a protected environment, the definition of critical processes, clinical teams dedicated to the care of patients, suggestions of areas to be monitored, the microbiological quality of air and water.