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Infection control program in Asan Medical Center

Jeong JS, Choi JS, Pai CH

  • KMID: 2256869
  • Korean J Nosocomial Infect Control.
  • 1997 Dec;2(2):145-154.
No Abstract available.
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Comparison of Nosocomial Infection Rates

Pai CH, Jeong JS

  • KMID: 2256868
  • Korean J Nosocomial Infect Control.
  • 1997 Dec;2(2):137-143.
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Tuberculin skin test in newly employed Health Care Workers

Yoon SW, Kim OS, Song JH

  • KMID: 2256867
  • Korean J Nosocomial Infect Control.
  • 1997 Dec;2(2):131-136.
OBJECTIVES: Health care workers(HCWs) are more likely to become infected with tuberculosis from patients in the hospital. When HCWs have an active tuberculosis infection, it is possible that they also...
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Outbreak of Nosocomial Infections caused by Acinetobacter baumannii resistant to imipenem and Cefoperazone/Sulbactam

Kim MY, Park YJ, Yoo SY, Kim YR, Kang MW

  • KMID: 2256866
  • Korean J Nosocomial Infect Control.
  • 1997 Dec;2(2):119-130.
BACKGROUND: With increase of antibiotics use and invasive procedures, infections caused by multi-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii (MRAB) are increasing. Recently, we experienced the outbreak of- nosocomial infections caused by MRAB resistant...
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Effect of Nosocomial Infection ControI on Urinary Tract Infection in the Intensive Care Unit

Hah JO, Bang YS, Lee CK, Joo R, Kim CY, Lee CH

  • KMID: 2256865
  • Korean J Nosocomial Infect Control.
  • 1997 Dec;2(2):105-117.
BACKGROUND: Nosocomial urinary tract infection (UTI) is the most frequent nosocomial infection and could be prevented through the intensive nosocomial infection control (NIC) or restricting the use of indwelling urinary...
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Investigation of Immune Status to Rubella Virus and Rubella Vaccination in Hospital Employees for Nosocomial Infection Control

Choi TY, Kim WB

  • KMID: 2256864
  • Korean J Nosocomial Infect Control.
  • 1997 Dec;2(2):97-103.
BACKGROUND: The risk of rubella infection is higher among hospital employees than others because of more exposure to rubella viruses. Because rubella infection during pregnancy can cause congenital rubella syndrome,...
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