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3 JNE 2018, 7(1): 24-29 Back to browse issues page
The Effect of Controlled Contact on Nosocomial Infection in Children Intensive Wards
Hooshang Alijani Ranani , Maryam Tour , Roya Nikfar , Seyed Mahmood Latifi , Farzaneh Moghim Zadeh
Instructor Ahaz University of Medical Sciences,Ahvaz,Iran , alijani_hosh@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Nosocomial infection that is limited or diffuse reactions associated with pathogenic infectious agent or its toxins at least 48 to 72 hours accepting patients in the hospital will be created.The present study has been designed for the effect of controlled contactson nosocomial infections in children wards.
Methods: This study is a interventional study in wich 120 children in the control group and 120 children in the case group who were eligible for inclusion sampled purposefully.The data gathering tool was a infection control checklist for checking the care of doctors,nurses and parents and the standard protocols of infection control was used in Ahvaz hospitals.Data analysis was performed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics spss v.20.
Results: There is no any significant difference beatween two groups in the rate of pneumonia, urinary infection, blood stream infection and rate of whole nosocomial infections with (p=0/582).
Conclusions: The controlled contact is a solution for infection control but is was not the ultimate method of infection control,so it is best done research on other methods of nosocomial infection control.
 
Keywords: controlled contact, children intensive wards, nosocomial infections
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Type of Study: Quantitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/11/9 | Accepted: 2018/02/14 | Published: 2018/02/14
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Alijani Ranani H, Tour M, Nikfar R, Latifi S M, Zadeh F M. The Effect of Controlled Contact on Nosocomial Infection in Children Intensive Wards . 3 JNE. 2018; 7 (1) :24-29
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