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Hospital Acquired Infections Brittany RothackerCalifornia Baptist University Professor: Dr. Pamela Mukaire KIN 302 December 3 2017 Introduction Background Hospital Acquired Infections are also known as nosocomial infections In spite of the fact that hospitals and other healthcare facilities purpose to eliminate illnesses from patients often patients admitted to these facilities are exposed to disease agents which precipitate the development of infections. The World Health Organization (2002) defines nosocomial infections as any infection occurring in a patient following their admission to a healthcare facility. Concern is made as to whether the infection was incubating in the patient at the time of admission Alternatively hospital-acquired infection is defined as an infection occurring in a patient who had been admitted to a healthcare facility after being discharged and which were acquired from the hospital environment. These also include infections acquired by healthcare workers in their line of duty. Some of the most in order to minimize the development of drug resistance. References Firger J. (2014). In U.S. Hospital-Acquired Infections Run Rampant. CBS News. Retrieved from cbsnews.com Klevens M. Morrison M. Nadle J. Petit S. Gershman K. Ray S.… Fridkin S. (2007). Invasive Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Infections in the United States. JAMA vol. 298 Issue 15 p 1763-1771 Plowman R. Graves N. Griffin M. Roberts J. Swan A. Cookson B. and Taylor L. (2001). The Rate and Cost of Hospital-Acquired Infections Occurring in Patients Admitted to Selected Specialties of a District General Hospital in England and the National Burden Imposed. Journal of Hospital Infection vol. 47 Issue 3 p 198-209 Wenzel R. Thompson R. Landry S. and Russell B. (1983). Hospital-Acquired Infections in Intensive Care Unit Patients an Overview with Emphasis on Epidemics. Hospital Epidemiology vol. 4 Issue 5 p 371-375 ‘WHO ’ (2002). Prevention of Hospital-Acquired Infections. Retrieved from http: /csr/resources/publications/whocdscsreph200212.pdf [...]

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Include 3-5 major bullet points and several supporting points for each requirement.  Your supportive points should also integrate and cite some of your references.  I have included a skeleton outline below that you can use to fill in with details from your specific topic and research.  Also, feel free to use an outline of your own making/choosing. i have attached the sources that are to be used for this outline, and a bibiliogrphy to help assist www.cambridge.org journals.sagepub.com jamanetwork.com www.sciencedirect.com www.who.int https://www.cbsnews.com/news/in-us-hospital-acquired-infections-run-rampant/

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