NINSSNosocomial Infection National Surveillance Service (est. 1996; UK)
NINSSNordic and International Network for Safety and Security
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SSIs are experienced by around 10% of patients in the UK each year (NINSS 2001) and can result in delayed wound healing, increased hospital stays, unnecessary pain and, in extreme cases, the death of the patient (Emmerson 1996, Plowman 2000).
coli (60%) in contrast to the Nosocomial Infection National Surveillance Service (NINSS) survey (1997 - 2001), which report Staphylococcus (47%) including Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Staphylococcus epidermidis (Coagulase negative) as the most common organism causing SSI.