Hospital-acquired pneumonia (HAP), also called nosocomial pneumonia, is a lower respiratory infection that presents clinically 2 or more days after hospitalization and was not incubating at the time of hospital admission. Most prevalent in medical and surgical intensive care units (ICUs), HAP is a common nosocomial bacterial infection that significantly adds to the length of hospital stays and care costs. HAP is not always tracked, reported, or prevented by hospitals in the same ways. Do you know the latest on which pathogens to watch for, COVID-related concerns, and other key recent findings? Take this short quiz.
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