METHODS: Thirty-two patients with postoperative pneumonia after renal transplantation were selected from the Clinic of Infection, Beijing Friendship Hospital from January 2005 and February 2006, and all patients knew and agreed with the items.
Methods The virus serum specific IgM antibodies of 318 elderly patients(≥65 years) in three Class-A hospitals were detected by the indirect enzyme linked immunosorbent assay(ELISA),including influenza virus A (FluA),influenza virus B (FluB),respiratory syncytial virus(RSV),aderovirus (ADV) and parainfluenza virus (PIV).
CONCLUSIONS The infection of HAP in department of neurology may induce by several factors. The key point to control HAP is prospective monitoring hospital(infection) in time,and taking effective measures to prevent the hospital infection on the basis of treatment the(underlying) disease.
In this paper, 138 inpatients with leukemia werereviewed. The results revealed that the hospital infec-tion rate of leukemia was 54.3% (75 in 128), and thehospital infection rate was higher in leukemia of cen-tral nervous system and leukemia combined with intracranial hemorrhage, reaching 91.7% (34 in 36). The total case fatality rate was 64% (48 in 75).
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.