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Infection control: Nursing home liability

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      References

      1. 216 Or. 149, 337 P.2d 974 (1959).

      2. Medicare/Medicaid Operating Standards for Skilled and Intermediate Care Facilities, 20 CFR 405.1135.

      3. 20 CFR 405.1101 et seq., especially 405.1134(f).

      4. Medicaid Operating Standards for Intermediate Care Facilities, 20 CFR 442.328.

      5. 20 CFR 442.315.

      6. For example, see 28 Pa. Code § 211.1.

      7. For example, see 25 Pa. Code § 173.l et seq.

      8. Darling v. Charleston Hospital, 33 Ill.2d 326,211 N.E.2d 253 (1965), cert denied, 383 U.S. 946 (1966).

      9. 378 Sold 383 (La. 1979).

      10. 88 N.H. 469, 191 A.2d 649 (1937).

      11. Kalmus v. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, 132 Cal. App.2d 343, 281 P.2d 873 (Cal., 1955).

      12. Kapuschinski v. United States, 248 F. Supp. 732 (D.S.C. 1966).

      13. Thompson v. Methodist Hospital, 367 S.W ld 134 (Tenn. 1962).