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[Incidence, microbial etiology and mortality associated with nosocomial bacteremia in a neonatal intensive care unit]

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Robles García MB, Orejas Rodríguez Arango G, Rey Galán C, Jarvis WR

An. Esp. Pediatr. 2002 Apr;56(4):364-6

PMID: 11927086

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Age-related differences in cell-specific cytokine production by acutely ill Malawian patients

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Age-related changes in human cell-specific cytokine responses to acute illness have not been well examined. We therefore evaluated age-related differences in T, B and natural killer (NK) peripheral blood lymphocyte cytokine responses of 309 acutely ill hospitalized people in Malawi, Africa, < 1 month-61 years of age.… Read more

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A national point-prevalence survey of pediatric intensive care unit-acquired infections in the United States

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OBJECTIVE: To determine the prevalence of intensive care unit-acquired infections, a major cause of morbidity in pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) patients.

METHODS: Pediatric Prevention Network hospitals (n = 31) participated in a point-prevalence survey on August 4, 1999. Data collected for all PICU inpatients included demographics, infections, therapeutic interventions, and outcomes.… Read more