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From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Disseminated infection with Simiae-avium group mycobacteria in persons with AIDS–Thailand and Malawi, 1997

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Reller LB, Archibald LK, Jarvis WR, Grohskopf LA

JAMA 2002 Jul;288(2):157, discussion 157-8

PMID: 12113261

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Disseminated infection with Simiae-avium group mycobacteria in persons with AIDS–Thailand and Malawi, 1997 was last modified: July 10th, 2002 by Reller LB, Archibald LK, Jarvis WR, Grohskopf LA… Read more
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An outbreak of neonatal deaths in Brazil associated with contaminated intravenous fluids

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A nursery outbreak of fever and clinical sepsis resulted in the deaths of 36 neonates in Roraima, Brazil. To determine the cause, epidemiologic studies were performed, along with culture and endotoxin analysis of intravenous (iv) fluids. Affected neonates were more likely to have lower birth weight (2.1 vs.… Read more

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Prevalence of surgical-site infections and patterns of antimicrobial use in a large tertiary-care hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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BACKGROUND: Few studies have been conducted in Vietnam on the epidemiology of healthcare-associated infections or antimicrobial use. Thus, we sought to determine the prevalence of and risk factors for surgical-site infections (SSIs) and to document antimicrobial use in surgical patients in a large healthcare facility in Vietnam.… Read more