Nosocomial infections can be controlled by practicing infection control programs keep check on antimicrobial use and its resistance adopting antibiotic control policy efficient surveillance system can play its part at national and international level efforts are required by all stakeholders to prevent and control nosocomial infections. Nosocomial infections hospital buildings sanitation cross infection prevention control hospitals infection control publisher philadelphia lippincott williams wilkins collection inlibrary printdisabled internetarchivebooks digitizing sponsor kahle austin foundation contributor internet archive language english. Hospital based programs of surveillance prevention and control of nosocomial infections were developed during the 1950s and refined in the united states during the 1960s and 1970s however questions regarding the efficacy and cost effectiveness of these programs have persisted this report examines knowledge about the effectiveness of nosocomial infection surveillance prevention and control and their cost benefits. The enormity of this problem has led most hospitals to allocate substantial resources to the development of methods and programs for the sursurveillance prevention and control of nosocomial infections all personnel involved in the care of patients should be familiar with basic infection control measures such as isolation policies of the hospital aseptic techniques proper handling of equipment supplies food and excreta and surgical wound care and dressings
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