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Infection control for viral haemorrhagic fevers in the African health care setting
World Health Organization. Division of Emerging and Other Communicable Diseases - Surveillance and Control; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Infectious Diseases. Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, Special Pathogens Branch (U.S.) ( 1998 )
Infection control programmes to contain antimicrobial resistance / Lindsay E. Nicolle
Nicolle, Lindsay E; World Health Organization. Anti-Infective Drug Resistance Surveillance and Containment Team ( 2001 )
Infection control strategies for specific procedures in health-care facilities : a quick reference guide : epidemic-prone and pandemic-prone acute respiratory diseases
World Health Organization ( 2008 )
Infection due au virus Ross River
( 1994 )
Infection expérimentale d' anophèles par Plasmodium falciparum / par R. S. Bray, R. W. Burgess
Bray, R. S; Burgess, R. W; World Health Organization ( 1964 )
Infection following orthopaedic implants and bone surgery
Mousa, H.A. ( 2001 )

Forty-seven patients were investigated for early or late postoperative infections of orthopaedic implants and/or bone. A total of 88 isolates were recovered [64 aerobes and 24 anaerobes]. Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus epidermidis were the most common causative agents. Anaerobic bacteria were isolated from 16 [34%] patients; 50% of patients with late-onset infection and 10.5% with early-onset infection. In 6 [12.8%] patients, infection was with anaerobic organisms alone. All these patients had retained an extramedullary internal fixation device. Anaerobic microorganisms appear to play a significant role in the pathogenesis of late-onset postoperative infection, especially where there is an extramedullary internal fixation device

Infection létale due à un virus de type bovipoxvirus chez un jeune homme immunodéprimé
( 1994 )
The infection of Anopheles gambiae with Plasmodium falciparum in the laboratory / by R. S. Bray, R. W. W. Burgess
Bray, R. S; Burgess, R. W; World Health Organization ( 1964 )
L' infection paludéenne du placenta et son influence sur la fréquence de la prématurité en Nigeria orientale / par A. J. W. Spitz
Spitz, A. J. W; World Health Organization ( 1959 )
Infection possible d' une roussette par un Lyssavirus : conséquences pour la santé publique
( 1996 )
Infection prevention and control (IPC) guidance summary: Ebola guidance package
World Health Organization ( 2014 )
Infection prevention and control during health care for probable or confirmed cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection Interim guidance Updated 4 June 2015
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
Infection prevention and control in health care: time for collaborative action
World Health Organization ( 2010 )
Infection prevention and control measures for acute respiratory infections in healthcare settings: an update
Seto, W.H.; Conly, J.M.; Pessoa-Silva, C.L.; Malik, M.; Eremin, S. ( 2013 )

Viruses account for the majority of the acute respiratory tract infections [ARIs] globally with a mortality exceeding 4 million deaths per year. The most commonly encountered viruses, in order of frequency, include influenza, respiratory syncytial virus, parainfluenza and adenovirus. Current evidence suggests that the major mode of transmission of ARIs is through large droplets, but transmission through contact [including hand contamination with subsequent selfinoculation] and infectious respiratory aerosols of various sizes and at short range [coined as [opportunistic] airborne transmission] may also occur for some pathogens. Opportunistic airborne transmission may occur when conducting highrisk aerosol generating procedures and airborne precautions will be required in this setting. General infection control measures effective for all respiratory viral infections are reviewed and followed by discussion on some of the common viruses, including severe acute respiratory syndrome [SARS] coronavirus and the recently discovered novel coronavirus

Infection prevention and control of epidemic- and pandemic-prone acute respiratory diseases in health care : WHO interim guidelines
World Health Organization. Dept. of Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response ( 2007 )
Infection prevention and control of epidemic- and pandemic-prone acute respiratory infections in health care
World Health Organization ( 2014 )
Infection provoquée d' Africains semi-immuns par des sporozoites de Laverania Falcipara (Plasmodium Falciparum) au Liberia : rapport préliminaire / par R. S. Bray ... [et al.]
Bray, R. S; World Health Organization ( 1962 )
Infection respiratoire aiguë, Afghanistan
( 1999 )
Infection respiratoires aiguës (IRA)
Comité régional de l'Afrique, 41 ( 1991 )
Infection-control measures for health care of patients with acute respiratory diseases in community settings : trainee's guide
World Health Organization ( 2009 )
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