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Volume: 15

1. Monitoring of antimicrobial resistance of Acinetobacter baumannii in the intensive care unit of a hospital from 2010 to 2013 Page:108—110
2. Distribution and antimicrobial resistance of gram-negative bacilli isolated from wound specimens of orthopedic patients Page:102—105
3. Clinical efficacy and adverse reactions of tigecycline in treatment of healthcare-associated pneumonia caused by extensively drug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Page:97—101
4. Hand hygiene compliance and cost in a hospital Page:124—126
5. Multidrug-resistant organisms causing healthcare-associated infection and comprehensive intervention in a neurological intensive care unit Page:117—119
6. Characteristics of bloodborne occupational exposure among health care workers in a tertiary infectious diseases hospital for five consecutive years Page:114—116
7. Survey on tuberculosis infection among health care workers in an infectious diseases hospital Page:93—96
8. Effect of comprehensive intervention on antimicrobial prophylaxis in clean incision surgery Page:111—113
9. Distribution and antimicrobial resistance of pathogens from intensive care unit patients’sputum obtained through fiberbronchoscope for four consec-utive years Page:88—92
10. Nationwide cross-sectional survey on healthcare-associated infection in 2014 Page:83—87
11. Simulation of the epidemic of influenza A(H1N1)in a university using cel-lular automata model Page:79—82
12. Profile and influencing factors of drug resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis patients in Hunan Province Page:73—78
13. Laboratory analysis on 4 cases of sporadic Vibrio vulnificus infection in Shantou City Page:272—276
14. Pathogens and antimicrobial resistance of pathogens causing acute stroke-associated pneumonia Page:262—265
15. Hand hygiene compliance and influencing factors among health care workers Page:258—261
16. Effect of class 10000 laminar flow ward on the incidence of healthcare-as-sociated infection in patients with initial occurrence of acute leukemia dur-ing induction chemotherapy period Page:250—253
17. Incidence and risk factors of urinary tract infection after ureteroscopy Page:246—249
18. Intervention efficacy of perioperative antimicrobial use in arthroscopic surgery Page:234—237
19. Incidence and influencing factors of recurrence of hand-foot-and-mouth disease in Jiangbei District of Ningbo City between 2012 and 2014 Page:227—233
20. Value of 16S rRNA gene amplification for identification of clinical rare pathogens Page:222—226
21. Effect of care bundle on preventing neonatal ventilator-associated pneumonia Page:266—268
22. Antimicrobial resistance and mechanisms of ceftriaxone resistance in clini-cally isolated nontyphoidal Salmonella Page:217—221
23. Specific labeling method in improving mixed placing of medical waste in neonatal intensive care unit Page:192—194
24. Constitute and antifungal susceptibility of Candida spp . causing blood-stream infection Page:172—175
25. Establishment of evaluation index system of healthcare-associated infection control in stomatological medicine Page:168—171
26. Correlation between optical density and colony forming units of Mycobac-terium tuberculosis suspension Page:150—154
27. Cost of hand hygiene and incidence of healthcare-associated infection Page:195—197
28. Effect of implementation of hand hygiene activities on hand hygiene compliance among health care workers Page:186—188
29. The 1∶1 case-control study on direct economic loss due to surgical site infec-tion Page:183—185
30. Distribution and antimicrobial resistance of pathogens in blood cultures in a tertiary hospital from 2012 to 2015 Page:164—167
31. Point prevalence of healthcare-associated infection and antimicrobial use in Buyi autonomous prefecture hospitals in Guizhou Province Page:155—159
32. Value of universal primer PCR for diagnosing bacterial and fungal infec-tion of central nervous system Page:145—149
33. Practice and consideration of fostering hospital execution culture for healthcare-associated infection management Page:344—347
34. Effect of medical hygiene wipes on disinfecting object surface and compliance to use in an intensive care unit Page:337—340
35. Monitoring on dust particle and airborne microbe counts in the operating rooms in some municipal hospitals of Xi’an Page:334—336
36. Effect of improving disinfection methods for skin and bottle caps on the detection rate of coagulase negative staphylococcus from blood culture Page:324—326
37. Prospective study on incidence and risk factors of healthcare-associated in-fection in a newly built rehabilitation hospital Page:321—323
38. Effect of traditional Chinese medicine sputum discharge liquid on preventing and treating ventilator-associated pneumonia Page:317—320
39. Microbial contamination of domestic washing machines Page:313—316
40. Surgical site infection and risk factors of neurosurgical patients Page:304—308
41. Comparison in prognosis of hospital-acquired pneumonia due to methicillin-resistant and methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus:analysis of propensity score matching Page:299—303
42. Characteristics of antimicrobial resistance and molecular epidemiology of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from patients in intensive care units Page:294—298
43. Carriage of disinfectant resistance genes in clinically isolated Escherichia coli and minimal inhibitory concentration of five disinfectants Page:289—293
44. Construction and expression of cell-penetrating peptide CCL fusion protein expression vector Page:361—366
45. Multiple measures to improve perioperative antimicrobial use in typeⅠin-cision operation Page:422—425
46. Risk factors for healthcare-associated infection in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage Page:408—411
47. Implementation of active screening for preventing and controlling the spread of multidrug-resistant organisms in intensive care unit Page:401—404
48. Multicenter survey on risk factors for surgical site infection following limb fracture surgery Page:393—396
49. Clinical efficacy of tigecycline in the treatment of infection with carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Page:380—383
50. Distribution and changes in antimicrobial resistance of pathogens from blood culture in a tertiary first-class hospital in 2012-2015 Page:374—379
51. Survey on prevalence of healthcare-associated infection in Xiangya Hospital in 15 years Page:367—373
52. An outbreak of seasonal influenza in a hospital Page:417—419
53. Clinical significance of detection of plasma PCT,NT-pro-BNP and cTnT levels in patients with sepsis Page:412—416
54. Clinical efficacy of circular wound edge protector in preventing surgical site infection following open abdominal surgery Page:388—392
55. Colonization and antimicrobial resistance of pathogens in nasal vestibular of health care workers in intensive care unit Page:608—611
56. Efficacy of disinfection and isolation measures in a hospital that received and treated the first case of imported Middle East respiratory syndrome in China Page:603—607
57. Efficacy and safety of linezolid in the treatment of gram-positive coccus in-fection in the elderly Page:599—602
58. Incidence of healthcare-associated infection in 66 patients undergoing heart transplantation in a cardiovascular surgical intensive care unit Page:552—555
59. A retrospective study on impact of healthcare-associated septicemia on hos-pitalization expense as well as length of hospital stay Page:548—551
60. Common bacteria and change in antimicrobial resistance in the intensive care unit of a hospital from 2009 to 2013 Page:542—547
61. Diagnostic value of chest X-ray film of pulmonary emphysema signs for in-fantile bronchitis Page:595—598
62. Risk factors for postoperative healthcare-associated infection in neurosur-gical patients undergoing intracranial tumor removal Page:592—594
63. Risk factors for poor prognosis of severe adenovirus pneumonia in children Page:587—591
64. Evaluation of preoperative chlorhexidine bath for reducing the incidence of surgical site infection in patients undergoing spinal surgery Page:583—586
65. Application of different concentrations of chlorhexidine oral care solution in patients with orotracheal intubation Page:579—582
66. Hand hygiene management among health care workers in stomatology medical institutions in Zunyi Page:570—572
67. Risk factors for healthcare-associated infection in patients with lung cancer in China:A Meta-analysis Page:561—569
68. Effect of intensive insulin treatment on healthcare-associated infection rate in acute stroke:A Meta-analysis Page:556—560
69. Change in pathogens and antimicrobial resistance in neonatal septicemia during 6 years Page:537—541
70. Effect of hand hygiene promotion on hand hygiene of health care workers Page:521—523
71. Comparison of disinfection effect of two disinfection methods on X-ray protective clothing Page:508—510
72. Application of QCC for improving the correct rate of hand hygiene among health care workers in intensive care unit Page:504—507
73. Serological detection of suspected measles cases in Xicheng District of Bei-jing,2011-2014 Page:501—503
74. Distribution and antimicrobial resistance of clinically isolated bacteria from department of infectious diseases of a hospital in 2011-2015 Page:471—475
75. Characteristics of pathogens and risk factors of surgical site infection in orthopedic patients in five consecutive years Page:466—470
76. Establishment of an infection model using Caenorhabditis elegans-exten-sively drug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae Page:457—460
77. Homology and clinical distribution of tigecycline-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Page:452—456
78. Cleaning quality of frequently touched object surfaces Page:515—517
79. Investigation and evaluation on antimicrobial prophylaxis in cleaning operation Page:511—514
80. Cost of healthcare-associated infection management in a tertiary first-class hospital Page:498—500
81. Monitoring and analysis on urinary catheter-associated urinary tract infection Page:495—497
82. Investigation on medical waste management in medical institutions in Hu-bei Province Page:492—494
83. Postoperative healthcare-associated infection and its risk factors in pa-tients with hepatobiliary malignant tumor Page:488—491
84. Prevalence rates of healthcare-associated infection at a general hospital in 2013-2015 Page:484—487
85. Incidence and influencing factors of healthcare-associated infection in pa-tients with nasopharyngeal carcinoma during radiotherapy period Page:481—483
86. Prevalence rates of healthcare-associated infection in medical institutions in Pudong New Area for two consecutive years Page:476—480
87. HIV infection among men who have sex with men through online dating in Chongqing Page:461—465
88. Molecular epidemiological characteristics of metallo-β-lactamase-producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa from Changsha Page:447—451
89. Current status of healthcare-associated infection organization management systems in primary medical institutions in China Page:694—697
90. Current situation and development trend of scientific research in health-care-associated infection management Page:686—688
91. Development of healthcare-associated infection management organizations in China in the past 30 years Page:648—653
92. Economic loss due to healthcare-associated infection in 68 general hospitals in China Page:637—641
93. Development situation of healthcare-associated infection management organizations in Xinjiang region Page:710—713
94. Current situation of healthcare-associated infection management systems in Shaanxi Province Page:702—705
95. Medical waste management in primary medical institutions in China Page:698—701
96. Management on healthcare-associated infection in children’s hospitals in the past 30 years Page:689—693
97. Occupational exposure and protection among health care workers in China Page:681—685
98. Prevention and control of catheter-associated urinary tract infection in China Page:671—675
99. Development situation of healthcare-associated infection management de-partments in the rational antimicrobial application and management in China Page:665—670
100. Training situation of provincial-level healthcare-associated infection train-ing agencies in China Page:659—664
101. Development and changing trend in monitoring of healthcare-associated in-fection in China Page:642—647
102. Direct economic loss due to oral infection in acute leukemia patients Page:785—787
103. Clinical distribution and antimicrobial resistance of 427 Serratia marces-cens isolates Page:752—756
104. Difference in antimicrobial susceptibility of common clinical pathogens to different ratios of cefoperazone/sulbactam antimicrobial disks Page:744—747
105. Current status of occupational protection awareness and behavior among medical interns Page:796—799
106. Knowledge and attitude of nursing interns towards needle stick injury be-fore clinical practice Page:791—795
107. Therapeutic effect of clindamycin combined with compound sulfamethox-azole tablets on pneumocystis pneumonia associated with acquired immuno-deficiency syndrome Page:773—776
108. Prevalence rate of healthcare-associated infection in patients in a tertiary first class military hospital Page:769—772
109. Differential diagnosis in bloodstream infection with Trichosporon asahii and Geotrichum capitatum Page:764—768
110. Pathogens and risk factors of peritoneal dialysis-related peritonitis Page:739—743
111. Histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis characterized by fever and joint pain:a case report Page:735—738
112. Construction of risk model for healthcare-associated infection with multi-drug-resistant organisms in general intensive care unit Page:730—734
113. Distribution and antimicrobial resistance of pathogens causing wound in-fection in army officers and soldiers in a military hospital Page:726—729
114. Retrospective analysis on surgical site infection in patients in department of neurosurgery Page:939—941
115. Identification and in vitro antifungal susceptibility of Penicillium marneffei in yeast phase Page:934—938
116. Occurrence rates,risk factors and direct economic losses of healthcare-as-sociated infection in hemodialysis patients in a tertiary first-class hospital Page:930—933
117. Effects of fluorescence labeling method plus feedback and training on hos-pital environmental cleaning effectiveness Page:961—963
118. Epidemiological characteristics and influencing factors of hand-foot-mouth disease outbreaks in kindergartens Page:956—960
119. Epidemiological survey on HIV infection among voluntary blood donors in Xiangyang area in 2009-2014 Page:945—948
120. Risk factors for healthcare-associated infection in 480 burn patients under-going surgery Page:926—929
121. Antimicrobial and disinfectant resistance of pathogens isolated from hospi-tal environmental inanimate surfaces and hands of health care workers Page:921—925
122. Distribution and homology of foodborne-associated extended-spectrumβ-lactamases-producing Escherichia coli Page:907—912
123. Device-associated healthcare-associated infection in intensive care unit of a university hospital in China:a descriptive study Page:902—906
124. SCCmec genotyping and antimicrobial susceptibility of community-ac-quired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus Page:897—901
125. Large-scale epidemiologic study on serum hepatitis C virus in patients at a tertiary first-class hospital in Hubei Province Page:106—107,126
126. Effectiveness of clinical pharmacists 'intervention in antimicrobial prophylaxis in type Ⅰ incisional surgery Page:269—271,276
127. Systematical review of drug resistance in Chinese HIV/AIDS patients after antiretroviral therapy Page:254—257,261
128. Prevalence of healthcare-associated infection in a children's hospital in Guangzhou in 2014 Page:238—240,245
129. Effectiveness of clinical pharmacists 'intervention in antimicrobial prophylaxis in type Ⅰ incisional surgery Page:269—271,276
130. Nasal carriage and antimicrobial resistance of bacteria in health care workers in an intensive care unit Page:189—191,194
131. An outbreak of healthcare-associated carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii lower respiratory tract infection in an intensive care unit Page:341—343,347
132. Detection of extended-spectrum β-lactamases and antimicrobial resistance of Escherichia coli isolated from different clinical specimens of a county hospital in 2012-2014 Page:327—329,333
133. Causes of fever in 26 patients after the surgery for congenital heart disease Page:309—312,316
134. Targeted monitoring on catheter-associated infection in general intensive care unit Page:420—421,425
135. Risk factors for healthcare-associated infection in premature infants Page:405—407,411
136. Difference in resistance risk of Pseudomonas aeruginosa from sputum of patients with mechanical ventilation and imipenem/cilastatin and meropenem treatment Page:397—400,404
137. Clinical study of tigecycline combined with cefoperazone/sulbactam for treatment of intracranial infection with drug-resistant Acinetobacter bau-mannii Page:384—387,392
138. Clinical features and antimicrobial resistance of lower respiratory tract in-fection with Streptococcus pneumoniae isolated from children Page:576—578,582
139. Intervention effectiveness of intensive training in medical interns’occupa-tional exposure protection Page:524—526,529
140. Characteristics and risk factors for healthcare-associated infection in pa-tients with severe chronic hepatitis B Page:518—520,523
141. Preoperative skin preparation for abdominal surgery in 187 hospitals of China Page:676—680,718
142. Awareness of hand hygiene knowledge and compliance status in Chinese hospitals Page:654—658,664
143. Current situation of healthcare-associated infection management in 36 pri-mary medical institutions in Henan Province Page:757—759,768
144. Application of ATP fluorescence detection method in healthcare-associated infection management Page:777—779,784
145. Efficacy of targeted monitoring and bundle intervention measures on surgi-cal site infection following total abdominal hysterectomy Page:949—951,955
146. Direct economic losses due to healthcare-associated infection in patients with different types of acute leukemia Page:942—944,948
147. Carriage and homology of carbapenemase genes of multidrug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii in Wuj iang Page:913—916,933