Surveillance for Healthcare-Associated Bloodstream Infections (HA-BSIs)

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  • Bumrungsak R, Watagulsin P, Kasemsaisuwan A, Tantilipikara P, Samanmit Y, Sawanpanyalert N

Keywords:

Healthcare-associated infection (HAI), Bloodstream infection (BSI), Central line-associated BSI (CLABSI), HAI Surveillance

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01-02-2018

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Bumrungsak R, Watagulsin P, Kasemsaisuwan A, Tantilipikara P, Samanmit Y, Sawanpanyalert N. Surveillance for Healthcare-Associated Bloodstream Infections (HA-BSIs). j dept med ser [Internet]. 2018 Feb. 1 [cited 2022 Sep. 28];43(1):125-30. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JDMS/article/view/248328

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