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Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) is the second most common nosocomial infection among children treated in intensive care units. The risk factors for developing this condition are generated by the patient's bedside conditions, the equipment used and the specifi c treatment administered to the child. Prophylaxis of VAP should necessarily include all measures that have been proven to be effi cient in this respect such as rigorous hygiene control of hands and protective clothing of attendingdoi:10.2478/v10153-011-0072-z fatcat:uejqoi65eveppllfmczvolbwcy