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Publication year of outbreak reports (cumulative data over time).

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Distribution of medical departments that were involved in NO.

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Most frequent (top 25) pathogens causing NO

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Table 13.4.3–2

Sources and reservoirs of pathogens in NO

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Table 13.4.3–3

Types of nosocomial infections in NO

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Table 13.4.3–4

Infection control measures to terminate NO

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Table 13.4.4–1

Summary of reporting and surveillance systems

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