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Volume: Issue: 8

1. Distribution and antimicrobial resistance of pathogens from blood culture in a children’s hospital from 2009 to 2013 Page:486—489
2. Diagnostic value of serum procalcitonin in pulmonary tuberculosis compli-cated with pulmonary infection Page:482—485
3. Economic losses caused by healthcare-associated lower respiratory tract in-fection in kidney transplant patients Page:479—481
4. Survey on healthcare-associated infection in general intensive care units re-ported to China HAI Surveillance Network Page:458—462
5. Prevalence rate and risk factors of healthcare-associated infection in 2013 Page:467—471
6. Risk factors of healthcare-associated infection in patients with craniocere-bral operation Page:463—466
7. Epidemiological investigation on an epidemic of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection Page:454—457
8. Monitoring on nurses’occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens dur-ing blood collection process Page:490—492
9. A multicenter intervention study on hand hygiene compliance of health care workers in neonatal intensive care units Page:557—560
10. Multicenter study on incidences of catheter-associated urinary tract infection in different kinds of intensive care units Page:548—552
11. Multicenter study on epidemiology of device-associated infection in neonatal intensive care units Page:530—534
12. Effectiveness of multicenter intervention in hand hygiene compliance among health care workers in intensive care units Page:513—517
13. Strengthening competence building for preventing and controlling health-care-associated infection, improving healthcare-associated infection management level Page:507—512
14. A multicenter prospective monitoring on incidences of ventilator-associated pneumonia in 46 hospitals in China Page:540—543
15. Study on intervention in central line-associated bloodstream infection in intensive care units Page:535—539
16. Risk factors for catheter-related bloodstream infection in an intensive care unit Page:472—474,485
17. Targeted monitor on healthcare-associated infection in a general intensive care unit Page:475—478,499
18. Multicenter study on targeted monitoring of surgical site infection and risk factors Page:544—547,556