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Restriction of Hospital Employees with Active HSV

  • Lawrence R. Crane (a1), Barbara T. Hazuka (a2) and Candace Friedman (a3)
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1. Standards and Recommendations for Hospital Care of Newborn Infants, ed 6. Evanston, Illinois, American Academy of Pediatrics, 1977.
2. Schreiner, RL, Kleiman, MB, Gresham, EL: Maternal oral herpes: Isolation policy. Pediatrics 1979;63:247249.
3. Bolyard, E: The nursing clinics of North America: Symposium on infection control, book review. Infect Control 1981;2:446448.
4. Light, IJ: Postnatal acquisition of herpes simplex virus by the newborn infant: A review of the literature. Pediatrics 1979;63:480482.
5. Linnemann, CC, Buchman, TG, Light, IJ, et al: Transmission of herpes simplex virus type 1 in a nursery for the newborn. Identification of viral isolates by D.N.A. “finger printing.” Lancet 1978;1:964966.
6. Adams, G, Stover, BJ, Keenlyside, RA, et al: Nosocomial herpetic infections in a pediatric intensive care unit. Am J Epidemiol 1981;113:126132.

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