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Nosocomial and Non-nosocomial Infections During Transplantations
Submission Deadline: February 15, 2023 (Open) Submit Now
Petros C. Dinas, PhD, Senior Researcher in Human Physiology
Functional Architecture of Mammals in Their Environment Laboratory, University of Thessaly, Greece
Research Interests: Systematic review; Meta-analysis; Brown adipose tissue; Environmental physiology; Passive smoking
Luca Brazzi, MD
Dep of Hepatology and Gastroenterology
Research Interests: Liver transplantation; ACLF; Alcoholic hepatitis
About This Topic
OBM Transplantation is a peer-reviewed international Open Access journal, covering all evidence-based scientific studies related to transplantation. This is looking for original manuscripts for a special issue on: "Nosocomial and Non-nosocomial Infections During Transplantations" which should appear http://www.lidsen.com/journals/transplantation/transplantation-special-issues/Nosocomial-Non-nosocomial-Infections-Transplantations.
Nosocomial infections cause significant morbidity and are among the most frequent causes of mortality among transplant patients. They are mainly caused by multidrug-resistant microorganisms (MDRs), mainly Gram-negative enterobacteria, non-fermentative Gram-negative bacilli, enterococci and staphylococci. Patients at risk of developing nosocomial bacterial infections are those previously colonized with MDR bacteria while on the waiting list. Intravascular catheters, urinary tract, lungs and surgical wounds are the most frequent sources of infection. The preventive measures that can be effective are the same ones that are applied to non-immunocompromised hospitalized patients, with the exception of patients at high risk of developing fungal infections. As is the case in the general population, the incidence of nosocomial infections has increased in recent years as multidrug-resistant microorganisms have increased
The special issue will provide a channel to present ongoing research work and clinical findings illustrating the state of the art in epidemiology, diagnostics and treatment of nosocomial and non-nosocomial transplant infections. The special issue is also open to any author and each proposal will be examined by at least two reviewers to ensure the highest quality of the documents selected for the special edition.
Multi-drug resistant bacteria; Nosocomial infection; Non-nosocomial infection; Preventive measures; Solid organ transplantation
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