Topical Collection on Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries

ISSN: 1534-6250 (Online)

In this topical collection (9 articles)

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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (C Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Surveillance of Healthcare-Associated Infections in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: From the Need to a Reality

    Valeska Stempliuk BScN, PhD Pages 1-6
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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (C Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Antimicrobial Stewardship in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

    Juan Ignacio Dapás MD Pages 17-27
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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (C Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Implementing Infection Prevention and Control Programs When Resources Are Limited

    Vikas Manchanda MD, MBA, Urvashi Suman MD Pages 28-39
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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (C Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Transmission-Based Precautions for Multidrug-Resistant Organisms: What to Prioritize When Resources Are Limited

    Mirian F. DalBen MD, Msc Pages 40-47
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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (C Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Environmental Cleaning in Resource-Limited Settings

    Anucha Apisarnthanarak MD Pages 48-54
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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (C Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Controlling infectious disease outbreaks in low-income and middle-income countries

    Juan Pablo Caeiro MD Pages 55-64
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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (AC Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Physician barriers to implementation of hospital-based antimicrobial stewardship programs (ASPs): a global perspective

    Linda M. Kaljee PhD, Tyler Prentiss Pages 73-80
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    Infection Prevention and Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries (C Bardossy, Section Editor)

    Effective Strategies for Improving Hand Hygiene in Developing Countries

    Madonna J. Matar MD, MPH Pages 310-329