Strategy to reduce E. coli bacteraemia based on cohort data from a London teaching hospital
A review on the strategy to reduce E. coli bacteraemia based on cohort data from a London teaching hospital.
Reducing Escherichia coli bacteraemia associated with catheter-associated urinary tract infections in the secondary care setting
This paper describes the approach one hospital took in reviewing their E. coli BSI and the multimodal approach they took to prevent infections from occurring.
Practice points for Gram-negative bloodstream infections
The Journal of Hospital Infection has introduced a new article type called 'Practice Points' which are short peer-review articles intended for communication of research, audit or clinical experience (whether positive or negative). To begin with at least, Practice Points will be restricted to the topic of Gram-negative bloodstream infections.