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Journal of Hospital Infection

Traffic flow and microbial air contamination in operating rooms at a major teaching hospital in Ghana.


Multi-Centre Point Prevalence Survey of Hospital-Acquired Infections in Ghana

Globally, Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) are the most frequent adverse event to occur during hospitalization and are the cause of extended admissions, increased medical costs and marked morbidity and mortality.


Tools for Policy Impact: Handbook for Researchers



High Carriage Rates of Multidrug-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria in Neonatal Intensive Care Units From Ghana


Attributable cost and extra length of stay of surgical site infection at a Ghanaian teaching hospital


Surveillance of surgical site infection in a teaching hospital in Ghana: a prospective cohort study


“It is difficult to change people but it is worth giving it a shot”


Antibiotic use in surgical units of selected hospitals in Ghana: a multi-centre point prevalence survey


Antibiotic prescribing in paediatric inpatients in Ghana: a multi-centre point prevalence survey


Genetic relationship between bacteria isolated from intraoperative air samples and surgical site infections at a major teaching hospital in Ghana 


Orderlies in Action: Cleaning from the bottom of a hospital hierarchy

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