Non routine hospital settings: Significant sources of nosocomial infections often overlooked
Non routine hospital settings are those that are infrequently used in hospitals and that often do not come to mind when sanitation and disinfection practices are used. These settings are a major source of nosocomial, or hospital acquired, infections, and are often overlooked. Data on these sources are often scattered and scarce, but these sources are significant such that they warrant equal attention of commonly recognized nosocomial infection sources in order to help reduce incidence of nosocomial infections.
Malik, Noor, "Non routine hospital settings: Significant sources of nosocomial infections often overlooked" (2010). Texas Medical Center Dissertations (via ProQuest). AAI1474710.