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E. Bazsalovicsová, M. Špakulová, L’. Juhásová, Š. Miholics, D. Rajský and I. Králová-Hromadová

., 2003 ). Prevalence and intensity of infection have gradually increased with the maximum values (91.3 % in red deer; 60 % in roe deer) in 1995 ( Rajský et al ., 2002 ). While low intensity of infection was detected in majority of infected animals, increased values were observed in older individuals ( Rajský et al ., 2002 ). In Slovakia, F. magna currently occurs in the entire area of floodplain forests along waterside of the Danube River and in the Danubian islands southward from the Gabcíkovo waterworks. The aim of this study was to summarize numerous data

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Ľ. Turčeková, V. Šnábel, V. Dudiňák, V. Gašpar and P. Dubinský

-005-0015-9 [3] Bružinskaitė, R., Šarkūnas, M., Torgerson, P. R., Mathis, A., Deplazes, P. (2009): Echinococcosis in pigs and intestinal infection with Echinococcus spp. in dogs in southwestern Lithuania. Vet. Parasitol., 160: 237–241 [4] Budke, C. M. (2006): Global socioeconomic impact of cystic echinococcosis. Emerg. Inf. Dis., 12: 296–303 [5] Capuano, F., Rinaldi, L., Maurelli, M. P., Perugini, A. G., Veneziano, V., Garippa, G., Genchi, C., Musella, V., Cringoli, G. (2006

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Ivan S. Ivanov, Nikolay I. Popov, Rumyana I. Moshe, Dora D. Terzieva, Rumen S. Stefanov, Margarita V. Panova, Maria V. Atanasova and Ben Zion Garty

-Pinhata MM, Yamamoto AY, Moura Brito RM, et al. Birth prevalence and natural history of congenital cytomegalovirus infection in a highly seroimmune population. Clin Infect Dis 2009;49(4):522-8. 5. Vaudry W, Rosychuk RJ, Lee BE, et al. Congenital cytomegalovirus infection in high-risk Canadian infants: Report of a pilot screening study. Can J Infect Dis Med Microbiol 2010;21(1):e12-9. 6. Karparov A. Cytomegalovirus (CMV). Official Bulletin (Published by Bulgarian Forum for Herpes Infections) 1997;3:9-12 (Bulgarian). 7. Seale H

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E Malobicka, D Roskova, V Svihrova and H. Hudeckova

References 1. Vyhláška MZ SR č. 553 / 2007 Z.z. ktorou sa ustanovujú podrobnosti o požiadavkách na prevádzku zdravotníckych zariadení z hľadiska ochrany zdravia. 2. Ducel, G.,Fabry, J., Nicolle, L. Prevention of hospital-acquired infections. A practical guide. 2 vyd. WHO, 2002. 64 s. [online ]. [cit. 2011-09-10]. Dostupné na internete: 3. European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Point prevalence survey of

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Supawan Laohasiriwong, Sanguansak Thanaviratananich and Wisoot Reechaipichitkul

References 1. Shin HS. Clinical significance of unilateral sinusitis. J Korean Med Sci. 1986; 1:69-74. 2. Lethbridge-Cejku M, Schiller JS, Bernadel L. Summary health statistics for U.S. adults: National Health Interview Survey, 2002. Vital Health Stat. 2004; 10:1-151. 3. Moungthong G, Suwas A, Jaruchida S, et al. Prevalence of etiologic bacteria and beta-lactamase-producing bacteria in acute and chronic maxillary sinusitis at Phramongkutklao Hospital. J Med Assoc Thai. 2005; 88:478-83. 4

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Teodora Chiţă, Monica Licker, Alexandra Sima, Adrian Vlad, Bogdan Timar, Patricia Sabo and Romulus Timar

GKM. Prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria and associated host factors in women with diabetes mellitus. The Manitoba Diabetic Urinary Infection Study Group Clin Infect Dis 21: 316-322, 1995. 19. Bonadio M, Costarelli S, Morelli G, Tartaglia T . The influence of diabetes mellitus on the spectrum of uropathogens and the antimicrobial resistance in elderly adult patients with urinary tract infection. BMC Infect Dis 6: 54, 2006. 20. Goswami R, Bal CS, Tejaswi S, Punjabi GV, Kapil A, Kochupillai N. Prevalence of urinary tract

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E. Zabkova, L. Murajda and H. Hudeckova

protection in healthcare facilities. Point Prevalence Survey of Healthcare-Associated Infections and Antimicrobial Use in European Acute Care Hospitals, Pilot Protocol 3.3 - Codebook, ECDC, June 2010. IPSE, Improving Patient Safety in Europe, IPSE Annual Report 2005. Available on Internet: Point Prevalence Survey of Healthcare-Associated Infections and Antimicrobial Use in European Acute Care Hospitals, Pilot Protocol

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Majid Zarrin, Maryam Poosashkan, Ali Mahmoudabadi and Mohamad Mapar

: University of Tehran, 1990. Ansarin H, Ghafarpour GH & Falahati M. Prevalence and etiological agents of tineas amng school children in city of Varamin. J Iran Univ Med Sci. 2001;24:128-35. Askari M & Sateri H. Fungal skin infections in Bandar-Abbas. J Iranian Health. 1973;2:35-41. Omidynia E, Farshchian M, Sadjjadi M, Zamanian A & Rashidpouraei R. A study of dermatophytoses in Hamadan, the governmentship of West Iran. Mycopathologia. 1996;133: 9-13. Raste F. Frequency of

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Irena Klavs, Mojca Serdt, Aleš Korošec, Tatjana Lejko Zupanc, Blaž Pečavar and

1 Introduction Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) represent a problem for patient safety and their impact implies prolonged hospital stay, long-term disability, increased resistance of microorganisms to antimicrobials, additional financial burdens, an excess of deaths, high costs for healthcare systems and emotional stress for patients and their families ( 1 ). More than half of certain types of HAIs are considered preventable with comprehensive evidence-based prevention strategies ( 2 ). In the second Slovenian national HAIs prevalence survey (SNHPS

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Irena Klavs, Jana Kolman, Tatjana Lejko Zupanc, Božena Kotnik Kevorkijan, Aleš Korošec, Mojca Serdt and

, Slovenian national healthcare-associated infections prevalence survey, 2011. Acute-care hospitals The number of patients General medicine Surgery Gynaecology & obstetrics Paediatrics Intensive care Other/mixed All University Medical Centre Ljubljana 629 707 175 143 88 0 1742 University Medical Centre Maribor 295 388 45 38 24 201 991 General Hospital Celje 146 177 89 28 13 11 464 General Hospital Novo mesto 124 143 43 18 14 0 342 General Hospital Nova