This section has a list of generic name(s) and the several brand name(s) of the drugs used for the treatment of Hospital Acquired Infections (Nosocomial Infections )
. Its purpose is to provide doctors and consumers a ready reckoner to find the relevant drugs.
The information helps you learn more about the generic drug, including its brand name(s), price, dosage, side effects, adverse events, how to take and appropriate times to take it by simply click on the drugs. Plus there are FAQs too about each drug.
MRSA infection is the most dreaded hospital or community acquired infection that can become life-threatening.
55.7% of sepsis cases in intensive care units end in death resulting in more than 230,000 sepsis related adult deaths every year.
Doorplates that release alcohol on slight pressure could help to reduce surface contamination and the spread of hospital-acquired infections.
A unique mechanism behind increased survival ability of infectious hospital based pathogen P.aeruginosa, was found by scientists at University of Maryland.
Bacteremia is the presence of viable bacteria in the bloodstream. Blood cultures are used in diagnosis and antibiotics are used to treat bacteremia.
The World Patient Safety Day 2017 is celebrated on the 9th December every year to highlight the importance of patient safety during patient care.
A new study published today in PLoS Medicine re-evaluates the role of public reporting of hospital-acquired infection data.