Rochester General Hospital Edition
The 2017-18 influenza season is one of the most severe in recent years, with the highest rate of illness since the 2009 pandemic. Hospitalizations are expected to exceed 700,000 by the end of the season. Healthcare organizations must rely on a variety of strategies to control the spread within their facilities.
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- Effect of two-step hygiene management on the prevention of nosocomial influenza in a season with high influenza activity. Ambrosch A, Rockmann F.
- Nosocomial influenza: encouraging insights and future challenges. Vanhems P, Bénet T, Munier-Marion E. – Click to request full text
- Do we have enough evidence how seasonal influenza is transmitted and can be prevented in hospitals to implement a comprehensive policy? Thomas RE.
- What Transmission Precautions Best Control Influenza Spread in a Hospital? Blanco N, Eisenberg MC, Stillwell T, Foxman B.
- Guideline on the prevention and control of seasonal influenza in healthcare setting. Baek JH, Seo YB, Choi WS, Kee SY, Jeong HW, Lee HY, Eun BW, Choo EJ, Lee J, Kim SR, Kim YK, Song JY, Wie SH, Lee JS, Cheong HJ, Kim WJ; Transgovernmental Enterprise for Pandemic Influenza in Korea.
Bibliography by Rachel Becker, MLIS
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