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Use of an Alcohol‐Based Handrub and Quality Improvement Interventions to Improve Hand Hygiene in a Russian Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Samuel M. Brown , MD, Anna V. Lubimova , MD, Iya Tekhova , MD, Ludmila P. Zueva , MD, Natalya M. Khrustalyeva , MD, Svetlana V. Shulaeva , RN, Donald Goldmann , MD and Edward J. O'Rourke , MD
Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology
Vol. 25, No. 3 (March 2004), p. 191
DOI: 10.1086/502956
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Topics: Burkholderia cepacia, Neonatal intensive care, Infections, Pseudomonas, Infection control
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To the Editor: We would like to acknowledge the professional, non‐salary support of Drs. Lubimova, Khrustalyeva, Tekhova, and Zueva from grant monies provided by the Swedish International Development Agency (grant no. EEC H 142) for our study recently published in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology.1 We would also like to acknowledge the collegial support of our project from Drs. Lars G. Burman, Anna Hambraeus, and Ingegerd Kallings and Ms. Kerstin Mannerquist. They have been a great support to infection control in Russia. Our failure to acknowledge them previously was an accidental omission that we sincerely regret. [more ...]

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