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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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, intrahoapitalne catheters, urinary catheters, previous antibiotic use, as well as knowledge of the most common causes of infection of the respective department.

The results of study are confirming expectations that the intensive care units are in high risk for the occurrence of IHI. The problem of hospital infections iscontinuously topical, because ofcontinuosappearance of new moments, and now they are a growing number of immunocompromised patients, more complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, antibiotic resistance and more frequent occurrence of opportunistic infections.

Due to current increase in the rate of nosocomial infections, our objective was to examine the frequency, risk factors, clinical presentation and etiology of nosocomial infections in patients with central nervous system infections.

Despite the complexition of the problem, there are enough reports about jointness of using antibiotics in hospitals with appearances of antibiotics resistance 13 Open in a separate window.

That is why in these environments often appear multiple resistant strains, typical causes of nosocomial infections today. This is due to non-resistance of the patients, mainly due to the underlying disease, as well as specific pathogens commonly resistant to multiple antibiotics.


Surveillance of nosocomial infections. Abrutyn E, Goldmann D. However, the specific for nosocomial infections is the transmission of infection through: The general clinical characteristics of nosocomial infections with serious severity of the disease and often poor prognosis. Intrahospital infections can be defined as those that were neither present nor incubating at the time the patient was admitted.


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The frequency and types of nosocomial infections undoubtedly depend on many factors: Other infections OI were caused by Streptococcus species and Escherichia coli 2 times, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa both once. This study was an attempt to pay more attention on this problem, because in any hospital in Bosnia and Herzegovina there is no active modern epidemiology surveillance of IHI, and also there are no legal regulations that could regulate the duties of health-medical organizations in order to prevent and keep down IHI.

The Second National Prevalence Survey of infection in hospitals. Remote access to EBSCO’s databases is permitted to patrons of subscribing institutions accessing from remote locations for personal, non-commercial use. Due to the improvements in the treatments of serious diseases, there are more and more patients whose resistance to infection is severely reduced 3.

Use of Antibiotics for first 4 to 5 days after catheterization markedly reduces the risk of urinary tract infection.

Wearing gloves is recommended when working with all patients with contact mode of transmission of infection, in any contact with mucous membranes, non-intact skin, blood, body fluids and secretions. Inekcije IHI are inevitable risks related to treatment.

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. In the member states of the European Union, Iceland and Norway for about 25, deaths a year patients is associated with nosocomial infections associated with multiply resistant strains.

They also can come from contact with staff cross-contaminationcontaminated instruments and needles, and the environment exogenous flora 2.


It is expected that the continuous surveillance of IHI will improve the quality of work at the UCC-Tuzla, which lead intrahospitalbe the improvement of patients treatment and decrease of material costs. Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control. When it comes to urinary catheters, the infection is almost certain to all patients who are catheterized for 30 days. Abstract Intrahospital infections IHI and antibiotics resistance are the problems which exist in virtually all hospitals in the world.


The both urinary tract infections and surgical site infections are the most frequent IHI. Infusion, transfusion of blood and its derivatives, and intravenous antibiotics increase the risk of bacteremia and sepsis. If it occurs without any known or intrahospitlane discovered sources of bacteria, it is called primary, and if it is associated mainly with causes through the blood. Many infectious diseases that are acquired in the hospital, such as viral hepatitis, chicken pox, measles, rubella, influenza and other viral respiratory infections, streptococcal tonsillitis, intestinal infections etc.

Ceftazidime resistance among selected nosocomial gram negative bacilli in the United States. Nowadays, more and more elderly people with a variety of chronic and malignant diseases and congenital or ifekcije to intrahospita,ne. In study of nosocomial infections, special attention is paid on primary bacteria, which is usually related to catheters or cones, or the source of infection of the skin of patients, hospital staff or less commonly infskcije the environment.

Basic concepts and training. Intrahispitalne infections in contemporary health care organization and patient treatment are becoming an increasingly important issue. We have also proved certain distribution differences of IHI related to anatomic localisation. The causes of nosocomial infections could be almost all organisms: