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Hospital Infection and Related Factors in Imam Khomeini Hospital Jiroft City Download PDF

Ali Kamali1, Motahareh Faramarz pour2*, Nasim Dehdashti3, Kimia Seyedi4

Nosocomial infections common and important causes of mortality, morbidity, increased length of hospital stay, and increased hospital costs and impose health problems are Although efforts have been made in the field of hospital infections has been associated with success, But recent advances in medical science and frequent medical procedures, including extensive use drugs suppress the immune system and antibiotics to increase vulnerable people Which with transferable resistance in pathogens to antibiotics has intensified Given the existence of these microorganisms and other pathogens that cause infections in hospital wards and ICU infections as well as various other sections Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is one of the main problems The aim of this study was to determine the incidence of nosocomial infections and related factors in patients hospitalized in Imam Khomeini hospital in Jiroft was during the years 1394-1391. Methods: This study is a retrospective cross-sectional study in which the date April 1391 to March 1394 were in Jiroft city hospital The sample size of this study by the researcher census so that all patients with a diagnosis of nosocomial infection cases were admitted in hospital Refer to archive research data by researchers designed a questionnaire based on the patients' hospital records system NNIS (National Nosocomial Infection Surveillance) were collected. The data collected were analyzed by software SPSS20. Results: During the years 1391to 1394, 861patients with nosocomial infections Jiroft Imam Khomeini hospital that most of them were men hospital highest rate of infections in neonatal age group 30-20 years. Most effective pathogen Pseudomonas nosocomial infections, E.coli, had aureus and Acinetobacter. In the NICU, ICU, medical and orthopedic surgery highest rates of infection were observed. Bloodstream infections, respiratory infections, surgical site infection and urinary tract infection was the highest infections in patients. Conclusion: Due to the growing frequency of nosocomial infections as well as increased bacterial resistance to existing antibiotics, Faced with patients in a hospital hygiene is of utmost importance.
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