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The Present and Future of Infection Control Policy in Korea

Lee J

There have been significant infectious disease-related issues since the outbreak of the novel influenza in 2009, the spread of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus in hospitals in 2015, group deaths...
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Laboratory-acquired Infection and Biological Safety Cabinet

Kim TS

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Perspective of Nationwide Surveillance System for Healthcareassociated Infection in Neonatal Intensive Care Units

Kim AR, Kim EJ, Kim CS, Park MS, Park JY, Shim GH, Eun BW, Lee B, Chang MY, Choi SH, Choi JH

Healthcare-associated infection (HAI) is one of the most important causes of neonatal morbidity and mortality. The latest developments in neonatal care have greatly improved the neonatal outcomes. Nevertheless, preterm infants,...
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The Seroprevalence and Vaccination Status for Infectious Diseases in Nursing Students before Clinical Practice

Park JH, Jeong YJ

Background: This study aimed to investigate the seroprevalence of anti-Hepatitis B virus, anti-Hepatitis A virus, and chickenpox in nursing students before the initiation of their clinical practice, nursing students in...
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Educational Needs of Infection Control Nurses in Long-term Care Hospitals in Korea

Kim OS, Jeong SY, Kim KM

Background: This study was conducted to identify the educational needs of infection control nurses (ICNs) in long-term care hospitals and to develop educational programs that reflect their needs. Methods: This was...
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The Korean Surgical Site Infection Surveillance System Report, 2018

Rho KH, Jeong HR, Kim SH, Choi HJ, Jung SJ, Son HJ, Han SH, Choi JY, Kim SW, Kim HB, Kim YK

Background: The incidence of surgical site infection (SSI) after 20 operative procedures was accessed via a web-based surveillance of the Korean National Healthcare-associated Infections Surveillance (KONIS) system. Methods: A total of...
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Korean National Healthcare-associated Infections Surveillance System, Intensive Care Unit Module Report: Summary of Data from July 2018 to June 2019

Kim EJ, Kwak YG, Kwak SH, Ko SH, Kim JH, Kim ES, Kim TH, Ryu SY, Moon HW, Park SH, Ahn JY, Yoo SY, Yoo HM, Yun NR, Lee MS, Lee SO, Cho Nh, Choi Jy, Hong KH, Choi YH, Kim MN

Background: In this report, we present the annual data of the intensive care unit (ICU) module of the Korean National Healthcare-associated Infections Surveillance (KONIS) System from July 2018 to June...
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Environmental Culture of Bacteria at the Intensive Care Unit of a Tertiary Hospital in Korea: A Consideration for Improving Medical Environmental Safety and Healthcare-associated Infection

Shi HJ, Kim JH, Kim NY, Lee JB, Eom JS

Background: Intensive care unit (ICU) infections cause major health and financial problems worldwide. Inanimate surfaces and environmental contamination can play a role in the crossinfection of pathogens and associated patient...
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Characteristics of Viruses and the Infection Control

Noh JY

Viruses threaten human health continuously. The increasing number of aged persons and immunocompromised hosts, and activities of international trade and travel are contributing factors to the acceleration of viral transmission....
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Fundamentals of Mycology for Infection Control and Prevention

Lee R, Cho SY, Lee DG

Fungal infections have become more important in the clinical field because of the increasing number of immunocompromised patients, such as cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, transplantation recipients undergoing immunosuppressive therapy, and...
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Basic Bacteriology for Infection Control

Kim B

As bacteria are pathogens that often cause healthcare-associated infections, it is important to understand their characteristics, in order to carry out proper infection control activities. Differences in virulence and site...
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Implication of Microbiological Surveillance Test of the Environment in the Intensive Care Unit

Kim JH

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