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American journal of infection control, ISSN 0196-6553, 06/2012, Volume 40, Issue 5, pp. 396 - 407
The results of a surveillance study conducted by the International Nosocomial Infection Control Consortium (INICC... 
Infectious Disease | Infection Control | Nosocomial infection | Ventilator-associated pneumonia | Low-income countries | Bloodstream infection | Developing countries | Central line-associated bloodstream infection | Limited-resources countries | Health care-associated infection | Urinary tract infection | Catheter-associated urinary tract infection | Network | Antibiotic resistance | Hospital infection | Device-associated infection | Public, Environmental & Occupational Health | Infectious Diseases | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Science & Technology | Africa - epidemiology | Prevalence | Prospective Studies | Humans | Middle Aged | Cross Infection - mortality | Child, Preschool | Infant | Male | Young Adult | Aged, 80 and over | Bacteria - classification | Adult | Female | Child | Infant, Newborn | Cross Infection - epidemiology | Latin America - epidemiology | Intensive Care Units | Europe - epidemiology | International Cooperation | Asia - epidemiology | Bacteria - isolation & purification | Adolescent | Bacterial Infections - epidemiology | Aged | Bacterial Infections - mortality | Consortia | Medical colleges | Pneumonia | Hotels and motels | Bacterial pneumonia | Staphylococcus aureus infections | Urinary tract infections | Health aspects | Antibacterial agents | Public health | Infection control | Bacteria | Intensive care | Bacterial infections | Nosocomial infections | Mortality | Index Medicus
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The Journal of infection, ISSN 0163-4453, 09/2014, Volume 69, Issue 3, pp. 216 - 225
Summary Background An intervention for Gram-negative bloodstream infections that integrated mass spectrometry technology for rapid diagnosis with antimicrobial stewardship oversight significantly... 
Infectious Disease | Bloodstream infections | Multidrug resistant | Antimicrobial stewardship | MALDI-TOF | Rapid diagnostics | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Infectious Diseases | Science & Technology | Humans | Middle Aged | Bacteremia - mortality | Male | Pseudomonas Infections - mortality | Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections - microbiology | Time Factors | Spectrometry, Mass, Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption-Ionization | Escherichia coli Infections - drug therapy | Escherichia coli - enzymology | Time-to-Treatment | Bacteremia - drug therapy | Klebsiella - enzymology | Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections - drug therapy | Pseudomonas Infections - diagnosis | Survival Rate | Pseudomonas Infections - microbiology | Klebsiella Infections - diagnosis | Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections - diagnosis | Hospital Costs | Escherichia coli Infections - mortality | Pseudomonas aeruginosa - isolation & purification | beta-Lactam Resistance | Acinetobacter Infections - mortality | Klebsiella - isolation & purification | Bacteremia - microbiology | Microbial Sensitivity Tests | Anti-Bacterial Agents - therapeutic use | Drug Resistance, Multiple, Bacterial | Acinetobacter baumannii - isolation & purification | Adult | Female | beta-Lactamases - metabolism | Acinetobacter Infections - microbiology | Length of Stay | Escherichia coli Infections - diagnosis | Intensive Care Units | Klebsiella Infections - drug therapy | Acinetobacter Infections - diagnosis | Hospital Mortality | Pseudomonas Infections - drug therapy | Acinetobacter Infections - drug therapy | Escherichia coli Infections - microbiology | Treatment Outcome | Bacteremia - diagnosis | Klebsiella Infections - microbiology | Escherichia coli - isolation & purification | Klebsiella Infections - mortality | Aged | Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections - mortality | Drug resistance in microorganisms | Care and treatment | Mass spectrometry | Patient outcomes | Index Medicus
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European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases, ISSN 0934-9723, 4/2018, Volume 37, Issue 4, pp. 679 - 689
The prevalence of hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae (hvKP) is high in China, but clinical characteristics and outcomes of hvKP induced bloodstream infections (BSIs) are not clear... 
Klebsiella pneumoniae Carbapenemase | Medical Microbiology | Biomedicine | Mortality | Hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae | Bloodstream infections | Internal Medicine | Molecular characteristics | Risk factors | Infectious Diseases | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Microbiology | Science & Technology | Multivariate Analysis | Klebsiella pneumoniae - drug effects | Community-Acquired Infections - epidemiology | Humans | Middle Aged | Virulence | Cross Infection - mortality | Drug Resistance, Bacterial | Bacteremia - mortality | Male | Molecular Typing | Bacteremia - microbiology | Anti-Bacterial Agents - therapeutic use | Klebsiella Infections - epidemiology | Community-Acquired Infections - drug therapy | Hospitals, Teaching | Adult | Female | Retrospective Studies | Cross Infection - epidemiology | Community-Acquired Infections - mortality | Klebsiella Infections - drug therapy | Risk Factors | Bacteremia - drug therapy | Treatment Outcome | China - epidemiology | Klebsiella Infections - microbiology | Cross Infection - drug therapy | Klebsiella pneumoniae - pathogenicity | Cross Infection - microbiology | Bacteremia - epidemiology | Klebsiella Infections - mortality | Aged | Anti-Bacterial Agents - pharmacology | Community-Acquired Infections - microbiology | Drug resistance in microorganisms | Medical colleges | Medical research | Pneumonia | Bacterial pneumonia | Patient outcomes | Medicine, Experimental | Diabetes | Klebsiella | Diabetes mellitus | Fistulae | Aerobactin | Infections | Multivariate analysis | Risk analysis | Patients | Epidemiology | Bacteremia | Clinical outcomes | Polymerase chain reaction | Antibiotics | Antibiotic resistance | Index Medicus
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by Rosenthal, Víctor Daniel and Maki, Dennis George and Leblebicioglu, Hakan and Hu, Bijie and Alvarez-Moreno, Carlos and Medeiros, Eduardo Alexandrino and Apisarnthanarak, Anucha and Cuellar, Luis E and Ahmed, Altaf and Navoa-Ng, Josephine Anne and Kanj, Souha Sami and Bat-Erdene, Ider and Van Truong, Nguyen and See-Lum, Lucy Chai and Zand, Farid and Hlinkova, Sona and Belskiy, Vladislav and Al-Rahma, Hussain and Luque-Torres, Marco Tulio and Mitrev, Zan and Fisher, Dale and Abu-Khader, Ilham Bulos and Rodríguez-Sánchez, Arnaldo and Requejo-Pino, Osiel and García-Mayorca, Elías and Pasic, Srdjan and Pedrozo-Ortiz, Luis E and Apostolopoulou, Eleni and Mejía, Nepomuceno and Gamar-Elanbya, May Osman and de Lourdes-Dueñas, Miriam and Aguirre-Avalos, Guadalupe and Maurizi, Diego Marcelo and Spadaro, Maria Laura and Marcos, Lorenzo Santiago and Ramasco, Lucia and Olivieri, Maria Silvia and Rearte, Ana Silvia and Correa, Gladys Edith and Gallardo, Paola Fabiana and Valdez, Julia Rosa and Cardena, Lorena Paola and Chaparro, Gustavo Jorge and Rodriguez, Claudia Gabriela and Toomey, Rodolfo and Caridi, Maria and Bernan, Marisa Liliana and Dominguez, Claudia Beatriz and Davalos, Luis Kushner and Richtmann, Rosana and Silva, Camila Almeida and Rodrigues, Tatiane T and Seerig Palme, Ernandi Dagoberto and Azevedo, Francisco Kennedy and Pinheiro, Ana Paula Fontes and Camacho, Aparecida and De Carvalho, Braulio Matias and Carneiro, Ana Paula Vasconcelos and Pinto Coelho, Keyla Harten and Oliveira, Agamenon Alves and Sousa Colares, Marcela Maria and De Paula Bessa, Marcia Maria and Gomes Bandeira, Tereza De Jesus Pinheiro and De Moraes, Renata Amaral and Campos, Danilo Amâncio and Freitas Tenório, Maria Tereza and Amorim, Simone and Amaral, Manuela and Da Luz Lima, Julianne and Pino Da Silva Neta, Lindalva and Batista, Caphiane and Marcia Maluf Lopes, Julia and Nogueira Napoles, Karina M and Neto Avelar, Lorena Luiza Silva and Gustavo De Oliveira Cardo, Luis and Takeda, Christianne F.V and Ponte, Glaydson A and Eduardo Aguiar Leitão, Fco and De Souza Kuchenbecker, Ricardo and Pires Dos Santos, Rodrigo and Maria Onzi Siliprandi, Erci and Fernando Baqueiro Freitas, Luiz and Martins, Ianick Souto and Salomao, Reinaldo and Oliveira Castro, Solange Regina and Furlan, Valter and Moreira, Marina and Karadimov, Dimitar Georgiev and Dicheva, Violeta Jivkova and Wang, Chaohua and Guo, Xiuqin and Geng, Xihua and Wang, Shufang and Zhuo, Shufang and Lili, Tao and Ruisheng, Li and Yimin, Li and Meiyi, Lin and Ye, Guxiang and Yao, Suo and ... and International Nosocomial Infection Control Consortium Members
American journal of infection control, ISSN 0196-6553, 09/2014, Volume 42, Issue 9, pp. 942 - 956
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Annals of clinical microbiology and antimicrobials, ISSN 1476-0711, 11/2014, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 51 - 51
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Intensive care medicine, ISSN 1432-1238, 12/2017, Volume 44, Issue 1, pp. 48 - 60
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American journal of infection control, ISSN 0196-6553, 2010, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp. 95 - 104.e2
We report the results of the International Infection Control Consortium (INICC) surveillance study from January 2003 through December 2008 in 173 intensive care units (ICUs... 
Infectious Disease | Infection Control | catheter-associated urinary tract infection | limited resources countries | low income countries | central line-associated bloodstream infections | International Nosocomial Infection Consortium | ventilator-associated pneumonia | bloodstream infection | INICC | network | antibiotic resistance | developing countries | Hospital infection | health care-associated infection | device-associated infection | nosocomial infection | urinary tract infection | Public, Environmental & Occupational Health | Infectious Diseases | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Science & Technology | Latin America - epidemiology | United States - epidemiology | Africa - epidemiology | Intensive Care Units | Humans | Drug Resistance, Bacterial | Europe - epidemiology | Infant | Incidence | Young Adult | Asia - epidemiology | Bacterial Infections - epidemiology | Adult | Infant, Newborn | Cross Infection - epidemiology | Consortia | Drug resistance in microorganisms | Medical colleges | Pneumonia | Bacterial pneumonia | Staphylococcus aureus infections | Developing countries | Urinary tract infections | Health aspects | Antibacterial agents | Public health | Infection control | Disease prevention | Staphylococcus infections | Intensive care | Disease control | Developing countries--LDCs | Index Medicus
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