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English: Due to current increase in the rate of nosocomial infections, our objective was to examine the frequency, risk factors, clinical presentation and etiology of. Request PDF on ResearchGate | PREVENCIJA INTRAHOSPITALNIH INFEKCIJA U ENDOSKOPSKOJ DIJAGNOSTICI PLUĆNIH OBOLJENJA. “Intrahospitalne infekcije – timski rad u prevenciji, lečenju i nezi”. Public. · Hosted by Podružnica Klinički centar Srbije. Interested.

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The Commission maintains records and performs continuous control methods and procedures to take care for the overall supervision of the work of the hospital, the disinfection and sterilization, exercises control over the water supply and transport facilities, food and waste material in the hospital.

It is difficult to determine the exact incidence of nosocomial infections, even when there is no systematic monitoring of these infections in the hospital, because they occur after the end of hospitalization and patients treated in the outpatient clinic. The first successful thinking about nosocomial infections attributed to Semmelweis.

After the antiseptic procedures replaced aseptically, which are still the basis for the fight against hospital infections in surgery.

A good program for control of nosocomial infections results in a decrease of the infections, shortening hospital stays of patients, reducing hospital costs, and also reducing morbidity and mortality.

Urinary tract infection after catheterization and outpatient surgical wounds treated. Determination of intrahospital infections was done according to criteria defined by the CDC. So in diagnosis and treatment of nosocomial infections must constantly reflect on the special condition hospitalized patient, hospital environment, and a thorough understanding of the causes of these infections and their antimicrobial susceptibility.

Clinical treatment of hospitalized patients with fever should include a thorough medical history and evaluation of clinical status, as well as data on the length of hospitalization, underlying disease, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, intravenous catheters, urinary catheters, previous antibiotic use, as well as knowledge of the most common causes of infection of the respective department.

Strong development of bacteriology in the second half of the 19 th century enabled the detection and identification of a cause of nosocomial infections and prevention of them using chemicals with antibacterial activity. Serratia marcescens, Enterococcus, Legionella, Clostridium difficile Virusi: Within hospitals, the unnecessary use or overuse of antibiotics encourages the selection and proliferation of resistant and multiply resistant strains of bacteria.

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The disease is usually accompanied by high fever and other general symptoms and pathological findings in urine. Because of droplet transmission those infections are most often brought in from the outside environment. Thus there is a link between antibiotic use or abuse and the emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria causing IHI Urinary tract infections UTI at the Clinic for Gynaecology and obstetrics inwere mainly caused by Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae 5 times, then Proteus mirabilis 2 times, Streptococcus species and Pseudomonas aeruginosa both once.

Type of infection and severity of the disease depends therefore on the patient and his primary disease pathogens, the conditions under which the infection occurred hospital environment and the effectiveness of control measures.

Significantly higher frequency of death outcomes was registered in patients with nosocomial infections. Most intrahospital infections are not related to epidemics but occur consistently as sporadic cases 5.

However, the specific for nosocomial infections is the transmission of infection through: It is recommended that a shorter grip urinary catheter, and the long-term administration changes every weeks.

In addition to complicate the course of disease that followed hospitalization, often harder than itself, leaving often causing permanent injury or death.

SURVEILLANCE OF INTRAHOSPITAL INFECTIONS AT THE CLINIC FOR GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS

Before Pasteur and Koch discovered the first micro-organisms and their association with disease, he proved that puerperal fever and high mortality of women in maternity wards are because of bad hygienic conditions in carrying out deliveries. Increase morbidity and mortality, particularly in patients treated in intensive care units, related to mechanical ventilation, central venous catheter intrahospltalne urinary catheter. The present findings indicate that it is impossible to avoid the risk in hospital, and it is practically impossible to talk about the eradication or elimination of nosocomial infections.

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“Intrahospitalne infekcije – timski rad u prevenciji, lečenju i nezi”

Abrutyn E, Goldmann D. The causes of nosocomial infections could be almost all organisms: E, Dolin R, editors. Intrahospitalne infekcije kao globalni javnozdravstveni problem intrhaospitalne pokazatelj kvaliteta rada bolnica.

A preliminary report of the steering group of the second national prevalence study. According to the pathogenetic model creation, sepsis can be primary and secondary. However, the infection occurred in the hospital may be clinically manifest long after hospital discharge. Today, into nosocomial infections are considered infections of medical staff acquired in the process of care and treatment of patients.

Pneumoniae, inrtahospitalne so on.

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Frequency of them depends on the hospital ward, type of surgery, the surgeon and his team, as well as on the patient. In the intensive care units, due to aggressive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, primary sepsis is more frequent, while in other hospital wards secondary sepsis is more frequent.

Povjerenstvo vodi evidenciju i obavlja stalnu kontrolu metoda i postupaka, a brine se i o cjelokupnom nadzoru nad radom u bolnici, o dezinfekciji i sterilizaciji, te obavlja nadzor nad vodoopskrbom i prometom rublja, hrane i otpadnih tvari u bolnici.

The most common causes of nosocomial infections are: There are many risk factors for developing nosocomial sepsis, the most important being associated with the use of central venous catheters and other venous supplies.

Their real incidence is very difficult to determine, especially when hospitalization was short or surgery is done outpatient. If it occurs without any known or newly discovered sources of bacteria, it is called primary, and if it is associated mainly with causes through the blood.

Surveillance of nosocomial infections. Various organisms may cause wound infections. A prospective study was implemented for all patients admitted to Clinic for Gynaecology and Obstetrician UCC Tuzla during the period January 1, to December 31, and who subsequently developed infection.