CONCLUSION: VAP is a relatively common complication in patients with MV that can increase morbidity and mortality, as well as treatment costs. It is more frequent in females and in the elderly. Medical staff should provide normal maintenance of respiratory functions to a patient who is on MV, which will reduce the risk of VAP.
Pediatric osteoarticular infection: trend in surgically treated patients and association of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus with requirement of secondary procedures.
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