A Brief History of Infection Control–Past and Present (Original Articles)

A Brief History of Infection Control--Past and Present (Original Articles)

The scientific study of hospital or nosocomial cross-infection began during the first half of the 18th century, and from that time until the start of the ‘Bacteriological Era’ many of the most notable contributions originated in Scotland. However it was only 100 years later in 1858 that Florence Nightingale promoted the case for hospital reform. The real understanding of hospital infection followed upon the discoveries of Pasteur, Koch and Lister and the beginning of the ‘Bacteriological Era’.

A Brief History of Infection Control--Past and Present (Original Articles)



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