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RISK EVALUATION OF NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION IN HINDU AND MUSLIM POPULATION: A REVIEW ARTICLE

Bhawna Kurmi, Shazia Mansoor, *Alibha Rawat, Asha Agarwal, Rupa Guha Nandi, *N. Ganesh

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Nosocomial infection is hospital-acquired infection (HAIs). These infections occur in developed and developing countries. These infections occur generally due to prolonged stay in hospital but the main reason of these infections are breaches of infection control practices and procedures, unclean and non-sterile environmental surfaces, and/or ill employees. Nosocomial infection can be caused by various infectious agents like Virus, Bacteria, Fungi etc. Nosocomial infections depend mainly on two things, immune system of the patient and second amount of infectious agent surrounding the patient. Personal hygiene and lifestyle choices and habits also play key role in combating infections. Sometimes, socio-cultural practices can indirectly affect these choices. In the current review, studies have been explored to look for nosocomial infections in Hindu and Muslim population to find a f religion-specific differences in their habits, personal hygiene and immune system and nosocomial infections in these specific communities.

Keywords: Hospital-acquired infection, nosocomial infections, Hindu, Muslim communities, Personal hygiene.


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