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									Educational, Methodological,
and Consultation Center for
     Infection Control

           Saint Petersburg
    I.I. Mechnikov Medical Academy

 I.I. Mechnikov St. Petersburg         V.A. Bashenin
  State Medical Academy, RF                                          Medicosanitary
                                  Medicosocial Foundation            Department 122
        Ministry of Health
(Epidemiological Department)

         American International Health        St. Petersburg Nosocomial Infection Control
                   Alliance                                   Association
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   Members of Epidemiological Department and Infection Control
Center. Faculty includes two full members of the Russian Academy
of Natural Sciences, Doctors of Medicine, Professors L.P. Zueva and
  R. Kh. Yafaev, and 16 Candidates of Medical Sciences, including
                    eight Associate Professors.
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Nosocomial Infections Bacteriology Laboratory and
Bacteriophage Adaptation Laboratory
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Epidemiological Analysis Laboratory
                THE CENTER’S GOALS
-Specialist training and postgraduate education of epidemiologists, physicians,
and nurses

-Consultations of physicians from St. Petersburg and the RF Northwest Region
on infection control methods and strategy in various health care settings

-Development of infection control recommendations, methodological
instructions, and other regulations

-Implementation of R&D programs on infection control methods and strategy in
various health care settings

-Organization of research, conferences and seminars

         Educational Courses Offered by the

-Training of hospital epidemiologists during internship and
clinical postgraduate studies

- Certification course for hospital epidemiologists on
Epidemiological and Nosocomial Infection Issues

- Topical postgraduate educational courses for physicians in
different specialisms
                     Hospital Cooperation
Joint research and practical studies with physicians from certain St.
Petersburg and Northwest Region hospitals in nosocomial infection
                   control in the following areas:

  - Cost-efficiency analysis of infection control systems

  - Development of standard definitions for various nosocomial
  infection types

  - Development of comprehensive St. Petersburg program “Quality
  Improvement of Medical Services through Infection Control in
  Healthcare Settings” for 2000 - 2006

  - Developing procedures for recording nosocomial infections, etc.
Achievements of Infection Control System
  Introduced in the City of Cherepovets

Microbiology laboratory was reorganized based
on the principle of functionality
- Implementation of the internal QA system
- Installation and use of the analytical computer software
 Achievements of Infection Control System
   Introduced in the City of Cherepovets

-Development of the list of antimicrobial agents for
general hospitals
-Development of the list of antiseptic and disinfecting
agents for general hospitals
-Development of the protocol of antibiotics
administration for prophylactic and therapeutic
Achievements of Infection Control System
  Introduced in the City of Cherepovets
-Epidemiological surveillance system for surgical
wound infections implemented
-Epidemiological surveillance system for infections
caused by caesarian section and physiological
delivery implemented
-Installation and use of computer software “Hospital
Epidemiologist’s Assistant” based on Epi Info
Our Professors during their visit to Almaty

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Materials published or prepared for publication in 1999 - 2001:

- Monograph on epidemiological nature of nosocomial infections.

- Second edition of Basic Principles of Infection Control [in Russian].

- Methodological guideline Methodology Standardization for Determining
Susceptibility of Microorganisms to Antimicrobial Agents.
Epidemiological Antibiotic Resistance Studies among General
Population [in Russian] St. Petersburg, 1999.

- Disinfection Guidelines [in Russian], 1999.

- Methodological guideline General Principles Guiding Use and Reuse
of Endoscope [in Russian].

- Methodological guideline Methodology for Hand Washing and Glove
Processing in Health Care Settings.
  Important Research Conducted in St. Petersburg

-Risk factor studies of surgical wound infection and selection of
methods and strategy for pre-surgery prophylactic antibiotics

-Strategy development for prophylactic and therapeutic
bacteriophage administration in purulent and septic infection

-Analysis of potential application of different antiseptics and
disinfectants to fight circulating hospital microorganism strains

-Microorganism antibiotic resistance analysis using the WHONET

-Practical implementation of infection control systems in health
care settings

Regulation “Improving prevention of surgical wound

1.   Organizational measures
2.   Surgical wound infections epidemiological surveillance
3.   Recording nosocomial infections in surgical in-patient facilities
4.   Microbiological support for epidemiological surveillance
5.   Prophylactic and antiepidemic measures in surgical settings
6.   Prevention of nosocomial infections in operation theaters
7.   Prevention of nosocomial infections in dressing rooms
8.   Prevention of nosocomial infections in resuscitation and intensive care units
                     Future Prospects

1. Program improvement
2. Developing new epidemiological programs in ambulatory
   health care (primary aid) settings
3. Developing documentation for health care facility
4. Developing new programs for quality control in health
   care settings and basic principles of evidence-based
5. Introduction of infection control systems in all health care
   facilities in St. Petersburg

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