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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Parenteral versus oral administration of systemic antimicrobials in European nursing homes: a point-prevalence survey.

antimicrobial-resistant micro-organisms. Long-term care facilities are increasingly able to offer parenteral antimicrobial treatment but there are few data on the use and appropriateness of such treatment in this setting. ...

Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus: bad news and good news from the European Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance Network (EARS-Net, formerly EARSS), 2002 to 200936544

Sensitivity Tests microbiology microorganism microorganisms Network observed occurrence ON pattern PATTERNS period Population Surveillance present prevention proportion Reduction resistance result results S SB- ...

Biosafety in laboratory animal facilities. A practical approach.

Genetically modified organisms GMO GMOs guidance health implementation INFORMATION Laboratories legislation LEVEL levels List management measure measures microorganism microorganisms Notification OCCUPATIONAL ...

Occurrence and diversity of free-living protozoa on butterhead lettuce.

one log unit. Our survey shows that FLP on lettuce leaves are a common and diverse but largely unexplored group of microorganisms. Health Topics:  Animal health Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  4.03 ...

Clinical outcomes of health-care-associated infections and antimicrobial resistance in patients admitted to European intensive-care units: a cohort study.

health-care-associated infections. We focused on the most frequent causative microorganisms. Resistance was defined as resistance to ceftazidime (Acinetobacter baumannii or Pseudomonas aeruginosa), third-generation ...

Methodology of the biological risk classification of animal pathogens in Belgium.

Tech, Volume 29, Issue 3, p.513-22 (2010) Keywords: Animal Diseases Animals bacteria Belgium Communicable Diseases Fungi Humans Parasites Risk Assessment Viruses Abstract: Since many micro-organisms are ...

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