Neumonia nosocomial

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Olga Lucia Ostos Ortiz Yolanda Cifuentes Rubinsten Hernández Barbosa Liliana Muñoz Molina

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Se definen como infecciones nosocomiales las que ocurren después de 48 horas de hospitalización. Las Unidades de Cuidados Intensivos neonatales, pediátricas y de adultos son las áreas de mayor prevalencia debido al perfil del paciente, a las terapias y a los procedimientos invasivos a los que son sometidos quienes ingresan. De las infecciones intrahospitalarias, una de las más conocidas y caracterizadas es la neumonía, la cual representa la segunda causa de infección nosocomial, con un aumento en la morbi-mortalidad cuando se encuentra asociada a ventilación mecánica. Su epidemiología está muy bien documentada en adultos, pero existe poca información en niños y neonatos.

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