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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For the implementation of measures to prevent and fight against hospital infections, including staff training, the Commission is responsible for nosocomial infections, which exists in every hospital. The first successful thinking about nosocomial infections attributed to Semmelweis.

Intrahospitalne infekcije

Each hospital ward has its own specific risk factors for nosocomial infections and the most common causes of the occurrence of characteristic symptoms. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Therefore, doctors and nurses, and other staff must meet with the importance of nosocomial infections, stimulating factors inception, the first symptoms and diagnostic procedures, most frequently isolated pathogens and their antimicrobial susceptibility.

The importance of hospital infection. 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, intravenous catheters, urinary catheters, previous antibiotic use, as well as knowledge of the most common causes of infection of the respective department.

The significance and size of intrahospital infections problem is determined by series of consequences such as, medical, legal, ethical and economic 1. The incidence of nosocomial infections is very different in different hospitals and departments of the same hospital. The most important and the most common nosocomial infections are: This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.

However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution. Compulsory composition of hospital committee is prescribed by ordinance which includes: Alert organism surveillance is the continuous monitoring of the incidence of specified organisms isolated by the microbiology laboratory.

Thus there is a link between antibiotic use or abuse and the emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria causing IHI Nosocomial infections are observed even before the discovery of bacteria. Abrutyn E, Goldmann D. To infekcijd their adequate care, diagnosis and treatment in hospitals are organized special intensive care units.


Commission drafts and revises recommendations and checklists that prescribe mode at all stages of care and treatment of patients.

Those infections are common, but not dangerous and generally do not cause death. Determination of intrahospital infections was done according to criteria defined by the CDC. The results of our work have shown that both urinary tract infections and surgical site infections are the most frequent.

Their real incidence is very difficult to determine, especially when hospitalization was short or surgery is done outpatient. Use of Antibiotics for first 4 to 5 days after catheterization markedly reduces ihfekcije risk of urinary tract infection.


However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution. Therefore, careful hand washing with soap and water for at least 30 seconds is necessary after each contact with the patient or their secretions and contaminated objects and before the care of another patient.

The main goal of this study was establish epidemiological monitoring of the occurrence of IHI in the surgical intensive care unit at a University clinical center Tuzla UCCin order to define: The Second National Prevalence Survey of infection in hospitals. The first step in the fight against hospital infections is registration of their appearance. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use.

Surveillance of nosocomial infections. According to the pathogenetic model creation, sepsis can be primary and secondary. National prevalence survey of hospital acquired infection: Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. Usually it is directly related to the underlying disease and the method of treatment or medical intervention, placement of patients with the implementation of the control of nosocomial infections.

However, the specific for nosocomial infections is the transmission of infection through:. The results of study are confirming expectations that the intensive care units are in high risk for the occurrence of IHI.


Earlier therefore nosocomial infections most often caused by salmonella, Sigel, staphylococcus, streptococcus, diphtheria toxin and viruses rash-causing infectious diseases.

Intrahospitalne infekcije – Rauché

The causes of nosocomial infections could be almost all organisms: Secondary sepsis comes from a famous bacterial foci, mainly as a result of urinary tract infections and digestive organs. The general clinical characteristics of nosocomial infections with serious severity of the disease and often poor prognosis. The causes of them are particularly gram-negative enterobacteria, in hospital wards usually E-coli bacteria, and intensive intrahospitalje units p. Prevention and control of nosocomial infections is based on the fundamental principles of the fight against infection, transferred intrahoepitalne particularly sensitive hospital environments, and is regulated by special regulations.

Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control.

Remote access to EBSCO’s databases is permitted to patrons of subscribing institutions accessing from remote locations for personal, non-commercial use. Direct risk factors for nosocomial infections were: 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.

Once selected, resistant strains are favoured by antibiotic usage and spread by cross-infection. If it occurs without any known or newly discovered sources of bacteria, it is called primary, and if it is associated mainly with causes through the blood.

The most common infection spread indirectly, transferring patients from one post to another, through the hands of hospital staff. Urinary tract infection after catheterization and outpatient surgical wounds treated.


In addition to complicate the course of disease that followed hospitalization, often harder than itself, leaving often causing permanent injury or death. Gram-negative infections may also occur in this setting E, Griffin M, Kelsey M. Those following clean surgery are intrahospifalne often caused by Staphylococcus aureus.

Intrahospitalne infekcije kao globalni javnozdravstveni problem i pokazatelj kvaliteta rada bolnica. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy.