Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Chisinau, Moldova
* Corresponding author (aliona.nastas[at]usmf.md)
Cardio-surgical septic-purulent nosocomial infections represent a major problem for public health. Most hospital infections
are those related to diagnostic explorations, related procedures and/or medical devices.
The study has shown that the average cost of treatment per capita represents 29,238.23 MDL for patients without cardio-
surgical SPNI, 34,465.40 MDL for patients with cardio-surgical SPNI, 53,832.84 MDL for patients with cardio-surgical SPNI
with associations. Additional costs related to treatment and the stationary stay of cardio-surgical patients with SPNI is a total of
The total amount of lost years in deceased post cardio-surgical patients with SPNI for the years 2010-2013
is 293 years, representing an economic loss to the Republic of Moldova of 5,137,101.03 MDL. Full economic impact due to
morbidity through post cardio- surgical SPNI during the study period 2010-2013 is a total of 53,111,959.61 MDL.
Keywords: cardiac surgery, septic-purulent nosocomial infections, economic impact, treatment costs, surveillance,
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