4 edition of Microbiological, chemotherapeutical, and immunological problems in high risk patients found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors, E. Garaci ... [et al.].|
|Series||Serono symposia publications from Raven Press ;, v. 61|
|Contributions||Garaci, E., International Symposium on Clinical Microbiology (4th : 1989 : Rome, Italy)|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/01735 (R)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||89043480|
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International Symposium chemotherapeutical Clinical Microbiology,(4th: Villa Mondragone, Italy) Title(s): Microbiological, chemotherapeutical, and immunological problems in high risk patients.
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KEY ISSUE. • The responsibility of a hospital food service is to provide nutritious and safe food to patients and employees. • Although food safety has dramatically improved in the last decades, outbreaks of nosocomial gastroenteritis continue to occur worldwide • A growing number of hospitalized patients are susceptible to infectious diseases.
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This is a prospective cross-sectional study of clinical, microbiological and immunological markers of 24 peri-implantitis and 54 healthy peri-implant sites.
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The low overall post-operative mortality rate conceals the existence of a sub-group of high-risk patients, which accounts for over 80% of post-operative deaths.
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ospital setting, best practices for diagnosis and treatment, and ways to prevent many health care–associated infections. Multidrug-resistant organisms are a consequence of antibiotic overuse, poor environmental hygiene, and our increasing ability to keep chronically ill patients alive longer through invasive intensive care support.
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Identifying risk factors. All residents were found to have at least one risk factor for infection. The findings are summarised in Table 1. The number and type of infection detected during the study are shown in Table 2.
The risk factors most frequently associated with the presence of infection were age and immobility. The most important risk factor globally is HIV; 13% of all TB cases are infected by the virus.
This is a particular problem in sub-Saharan Africa, where rates of HIV are high. Tuberculosis is closely linked to both overcrowding and malnutrition, making it one of the principal diseases of poverty.
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