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Secular Trends in Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection: Microbiological Pattern of Pathogens after Preventive Measures

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 June 2015

Priscila Gonçalves
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Fernando G. Menezes*
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Alexandra R. Toniolo
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Claudia V. Silva
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Maria Fatima S. Cardoso
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Julia Y. Kawagoe
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Camila M. Santos
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Helena Maria F. Castagna
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
Marines D. V. Martino
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil Microbiology Laboratory, São Paulo, Brazil.
Luci Correa
Affiliation:
Hospital Albert Einstein, Infection Control Service, São Paulo, Brazil
*
Address correspondence and reprint requests to Fernando Gatti de Menezes, MD, 627 Albert Einstein Avenue, 2nd floor, block A1, Morumbi, São Paulo, Brazil, 05652-900 (fernandogm@einstein.br).

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