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Access to psychiatric care was also similar both with respect to overall morbidity as well as for affective and alcohol use disorders, levels of service use being attributable to patterns of morbidity in the population rather than nosocomial factors.
      
Staphylococci, streptococci, and enterococci are the aetiological organisms in up to 60% of nosocomial blood stream infections.
      
Nosocomial infections caused by staphylococcus are still of great importance concerning morbidity and mortality.
      
Ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP) is the most important nosocomial infection on intensive care units.
      
Although many preventive strategies have been proposed and evaluated in controlled trials, prevention of nosocomial pneumonia is still a topic of controversial discussions.
      
To prevent nosocomial pneumonia in the postoperative setting, it is important to take into account the endogenous risk factors in the preoperative and postoperative phase.
      
The preoperative phase of treatment should be managed in an ambulant setting, which is superior to hospitalization with respect to the nosocomial infection rate.
      
There is also a positive correlation of the duration of postoperative hospital stay and the rate of postoperative nosocomial pneumonia.
      
Urinary tract infections are the most frequent nosocomial infections, accounting for about 40% of all nosocomial infections.
      
Nosocomial infections diminish the prognosis and clinical outcome of patients with acute stroke.
      
This retrospective study was performed to investigate epidemiological data and risk factors for the development of nosocomial pneumonia in 50 patients (25 supra- and 25 infratentorial acute infarctions) treated in a neurological ICU.
      
Besides poor performance in GCS and APACHE II, the necessity of early endotracheal intubation and the presence of infratentorial infarction were identified as risk factors for nosocomial pneumonia in acute stroke.
      
Role of bacterial biofilm in the pathogenesis of nosocomial pneumonia
      
The management of nosocomial pneumonia is still highly controversial.
      
Hospital infections (=nosocomial infections) are complications that have serious individual, social and economic implications.
      
???Continuous axial rotating therapy or kinetic therapy is more likely to prevent progression of lung injury and nosocomial complication in certain subgroups of patients with respiratory failure.
      
Nosocomial pneumonia (NP) is a severe problem in neurological intensive care units (ICU).
      
Methods In this analysis the agent and resistance situation of one trauma ICU, focused on nosocomial pneumonia, was compared with several agent and resistance statistics published in the literature.
      
Conclusion Therefore it seems to be important that every intensive care unit has its own resistance statistics, especially for planning their own calculated antibiotic therapy in nosocomial pneumonia.
      
Patients with nosocomial bleeding comprise a high-risk population.
      
 

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