И. О. Стома, И. А. Искров, И. Ю. Лендина, И. А. Карпов, А. Л. Усс
УО «Белорусский государственный медицинский университет», УЗ «9-я городская клиническая больница», г. Минск
До настоящего времени в международной научной литературе не было опубликовано данных о влиянии инновационных модулей защитной среды на спектр и характеристики инфекций у взрослых пациентов гематологического профиля. Целью данного пилотного клинического исследования было оценить изменения этиологического спектра и нозологических характеристик инфекций у пациентов группы высокого риска на фоне химиотерапии опухолевых заболеваний кроветворной ткани в контексте внедрения технологии многоступенчатой фильтрации, применяемой в аэрокосмической отрасли.
ключевые слова: инфекции в гематологии, сепсис, фебрильная нейтропения, инфекционный контроль, стационарная защитная среда
Infections in patients with tumor diseases of hematopoietic tissue: effect of introduction of stationary protective environment in hematology department
I. O. Stoma, I. A. Iskrov, I. Yu. lendina, I. A. Karpov, A. l. Uss
Currently there was a lack of understanding of effect of protective environment systems of spectrum and characteristics of infections in hematology. Aim of this pilot clinical study is to study the changes in infections in patients receiving chemotherapy in innovative protective environment systems based on space filtration technologies.
keywords: infections in hematology, sepsis, febrile neutropenia, infection control, protected environment
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