Analysis of Characteristics of Nosocomial Infection in Hospitalized Patients
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Xiaojun Liu, Lili Xuan
To investigate the characteristics and related factors of nosocomial infection in hospitalized obstetrics and gynecology patients, the clinical data of 2206 cases of obstetrics and gynecology hospitalized patients were retrospectively analyzed. Nosocomial infection occurred in 67 sites of 64 patients, with an infection rate of 2.90%. The respiratory tract was the main site of infection, accounting for 35.82%, followed by the urinary tract and digestive tract, accounting for 31.34% and 14% respectively. 93%; A total of 67 pathogens were isolated, 43 Gram-negative bacteria, accounting for 64. 18%, 16 Gram-positive bacteria, accounting for 23.88%, 8 fungi, accounting for 11. 94%; The three pathogens were Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Staphylococcus aureus, which accounted for 34.33%, 16.42%, and 13.43%, respectively. The single factor 2 test showed age, disease type, length of stay, Departments, radiotherapy, surgery, and invasive procedures are all related to the incidence of nosocomial infections. The monitoring of fungal and pathogenic bacteria in inpatients of obstetrics and gynecology should be strengthened, and management of relevant factors should be emphasized to prevent and treat nosocomial infections.
Hospitalized Patients, Nosocomial Infection, Characteristics