By Naomi P. O'Grady (Editor), Didier Pittet (Editor)
Catheter-Related Infections within the significantly sick presents an summary from a world point of view on intravascular catheters and the danger of an infection. This quantity highlights:EpidemiologyDiagnosis influence of an infection administration and remedy Prevention - together with schooling because the basic instrument for PreventionThe objective of this e-book is to supply the practitioner with the main fascinating and invaluable information within the box of catheter-related an infection. it truly is was hoping that the thoughts to avoid an infection unique by way of the authors could be carried out and feature a measurable effect in reducing premiums of an infection within the extensive care unit environment.
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In the mid- seventies, early during my residency training in general surgery, I was charged to take care of patients receiving parenteral nutrition at the Hospital de Bellvitge, my home institution, which pioneered this modality treatment in Spain (1). Our general surgery service was a reference one for the care of patients with complex postoperative abdominal complications such as fistulas and short bowel syndrome. Being a young trainee, I took this responsibility with some fear but with much enthusiasm because it gave me a unique opportunity both for challenging patient care and for first-line research.
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