Recent studies have highlighted the role of fomites
in transmission of various bacteria, which can survive for days on common surfaces.
Stories of infection of naive populations through fomites
in clothing, cloth or blankets abound in New World history, beginning from the time of the Spanish conquest of Central and South America and going through at least until the twentieth century.
Patients treated with TNF inhibitors may acquire coccidiomycosis infection through fomite
Data on survival of MRSA on fomites
directly associated with clinical laboratory practice was not found in a comprehensive literature search.
Significance of Fomites
in the Spread of Respiratory and Enteric Viral Disease.
Prevalence of rotavirus on high-risk fomites
in daycare facilities.
A loop road will be used by fomites
coming from delhi, entering Noida without increasing the burden on the highway.
Transmission occurs by direct contact and sometimes spreads through fomites
14) Falcons are commonly infected directly with APMV-1 through feeding on infected domesticated pigeons (Columba livid), coturnix quail (Coturnix japonica), and, more rarely, poultry, or indirectly by being housed in close proximity to infected birds or by fomites
Assessment of the risk of Ebola virus transmission from bodily fluids and fomites
Person-to-person transmission of enteric pathogens through direct contact and via fomites
has been noted in a number of instances (12).
The causative organism is transmitted by direct contact with secretions from lesions or on fomites