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Volume: 17 Issue: 11

1. A quantitative study on the epidemic situation of tuberculosis based on the transmission disease dynamics in 14 prefectures of Xinjiang from 2005 to 2017 Page:945—950
2. Relationship between expression and antimicrobial resistance of RND efflux pump of Acinetobacter baumannii Page:951—957
3. Clinical characteristics of patients suffered from nervous system involved severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome Page:958—964
4. Effect of operating rooms of different cleanliness on surgical site infection in craniocerebral operation Page:965—968
5. Retrospective study on pathogens and clinical characteristics of osteoarti-cular infection Page:969—973
6. Effect of continuous renal replacement therapy on the function of CD8+T lymphocytes in patients with sepsis Page:974—978
7. Characteristics as well as prevention and control costs of occupational ex-posure to blood-borne pathogens Page:979—982
8. Meta analysis on risk factors for healthcare-associated infection in patients with acute myocardial infarction Page:983—988
9. Management of whole process of healthcare-associated infection based on new media Page:989—992,997
10. Fungal endocarditis after heart prosthetic valve surgery:two case report and literature review on treatment strategies Page:993—997
11. Targeted monitoring on healthcare-associated infection in neonates Page:998—1002
12. Sharp injuries among health care workers in Xuzhou Page:1003—1007
13. Registration and epidemiological characteristics of pulmonary tuberculosis among students in Hunan Province from 2012 to 2017 Page:1008—1012
14. Multi-dimensional evaluation on management effectiveness of safe injec-tion in a tertiary general hospital Page:1013—1018
15. Concealed investigation on status and countermeasures of hand hygiene of health care workers in a tertiary comprehensive teaching hospital Page:1019—1021,1025
16. Prospective monitoring and control for missing reporting of healthcare-associated infection cases Page:1022—1025