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Point Prevalence Study of Healthcare-Associated Infections and Antimicrobial Use in Belgian Acute-Care Hospitals: Results of the ECDC PPS 2017

(21.6%), urinary tract infections (21.3%) and surgical site infections (16.9%). Microbiological results were available for 62.0% of the HAI s. A total of 721 microorganisms were reported. The most commonly ...

Use of next‐generation sequencing in microbial risk assessment

applications are not new in food microbiology with applications ranging from pathogen detection along the food chain, food epidemiology studies, whole genome analysis of food‐associated microorganisms up to ...

Monitoring of Laboratory-Acquired Infections

legislation Monitoring Abstract: In laboratories of universities, hospitals, research institutes and companies, activities are carried out on, and with micro-organisms that have a diverse ability to cause ...

Surveillance of bloodstream infections in Belgian hospitals ('SEP')-Annual report 2017, Data up to and including 2016

associated with invasive devices are a priority target for prevention. The most common microorganisms isolated from HA- BSI were E. coli and S. aureus. Since 2000, the incidence of HA- BSI with E. coli and K. ...

Surveillance of bloodstream infections in Belgian hospitals ('SEP')-Annual report 2016, Data up to and including 2015

microorganisms isolated from HA- BSI were E. coli and S. aureus. Since 2000, the incidence of E. coli and K. pneumonia HA- BSI has increased. Since 2013, methicillin resistance in S. aureus has decreased, while ...

Surveillance of bloodstream infections in Belgian hospitals ('SEP')-Annual report 2014, Surveillance data 2000-2014

microorganisms involved in HA- BSI changed with an increase in the incidence of HA- BSI due to Gram-negative microorganisms (Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae) and a decrease of HA- BSI due to ...

Programme de surveillance des septicémies à l'hôpital en Belgique- Rapport annuel 2013, Données 2000- 2013

device (same microorganism in blood culture/suspected origin). The most frequent micro-organisms in BSI acquired in the hospital were E. coli (22%), coagulasenegative staphylococci (13%) and Staphylococcus ...

Surveillance septicemieën in Belgische ziekenhuizen- Jaarrapport 2013, gegevens 2000-2013

invasive device reported in 44% of the BSI acquired in hospitals. Microbiological documentation was available for 55% of these BSI associated with an invasive device (same microorganism in blood ...

Surveillanceprogramma van septicemieën in ziekenhuizen in België- Gegevens 2000-2011

from these 6.601 (14%) were attributed to an urinary tract infection and 4.656 (10%) to a pulmonary infection (respectively 6% and 20% at ICU). Pathogene microorganisms were involved in 41.936 (85%) of ...

Programme de surveillance des septicémies à l’hôpital en Belgique, Données 2000-2011

microorganisms were involved in 41.936 (85%) of hospital acquired SEP. The remaining 7.350 (15%) were caused exclusively by skincontaminants. The most common microorganisms were E. coli (17%), S. aureus (12%) and ...

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