University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

Publications Pre-2001


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Pre- 2001


  • Maki DG, Helstad AG, Kimball JL. Penicillin susceptibility of Streptococcus pneumoniae in 1978. Screening for resistance by disk testing. Am J Clin Pathol. 1980 Feb. PMID: 6965560.

  • Band JD, Maki DG. Steel needles used for intravenous therapy. Morbidity in patients with hematologic malignancy. Arch Intern Med. 1980 Jan. PMID: 7352802.

  • Maki DG. Through a glass darkly. Nosocomial pseudoepidemics and pseudobacteremias. Arch Intern Med. 1980 Jan. PMID: 7352800.

  • Maki DG. The prevention and management of device-related infection in infusion therapy. J Med. 1980. PMID: 6943256.


  • Band JD, Alvarado CJ, Maki DG. A semiquantitative culture technic for identifying infection due to steel needles used for intravenous therapy. Am J Clin Pathol. 1979 Dec. PMID: 391029.

  • Band JD, Maki DG. Infections caused by aterial catheters used for hemodynamic monitoring. Am J Med. 1979 Nov. PMID: 507085

  • Drow DL, Maki DG, Manning DD. Indirect sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for rapid detection of Haemophilus influenzae type b infection. J Clin Microbiol. 1979 Oct. PMID: 393714. PMCID: PMC27319

  • Maki DG, McCormick RD, Uman SJ, Wirtanen GW. Septic endarteritis due to intra-arterial catheters for cancer chemotherapy. I. Evaluation of an outbreak. II. Risk factors, clinical features and management, III. Guidelines for prevention. Cancer. 1979 Oct. PMID: 498011.

  • Band JD, Maki DG. Safety of changing intravenous delivery systems at longer than 24-hour intervals. Ann Intern Med. 1979 Aug. PMID: 111593.

  • Karchmer AW, Moellering RC Jr, Maki DG, Swartz MN. Single-antibiotic therapy for streptococcal endocarditis. JAMA. 1979 Apr 27. PMID: 107335.

  • Goldmann DA, Maki DG, Bennett JV. Intravenous Infusion-Associated Infections. Hosp Inf. 1979.

  • Rhame FS, Maki DG, Bennett JV. Intravenous Cannula-Associated Infections. Hosp Inf. 1979.


  • Maki DG, Kurzynski TA, Agger WA. Carbenicillin for treatment of Bacteroides fragilis infections: why not penicillin G? J Infect Dis. 1978 Dec. PMID: 253006.

  • Garfield MD, Ershler WB, Maki DG. Malaria transmission by platelet concentrate transfusion. JAMA. 1978 Nov 17. PMID: 359848.

  • Band JD, Maki DG. Changing I.V.'s at 48 hours said safe, economical: one hospital saves $240,000. Hosp Infect Control. 1978 Nov. PMID: 10239195.

  • Maki DG, Band JD. Septicemia from disposable pressure-monitoring chamber domes: "beware of Greeks bearing gifts". Chest. 1978 Nov. PMID: 738082.

  • Maki DG. Control of colonization and transmission of pathogenic bacteria in the hospital. Ann Intern Med. 1978 Nov. PMID: 363000.

  • Maki DG. Maki outlines infection risks of arterial catheters. Hosp Infect Control. 1978 Oct. PMID: 10239194.

  • Goldmann DA, Dixon RE, Fulkerson CC, Maki DG, Martin SM, Bennett JV. The role of nationwide nosocomial infection surveillance in detecting epidemic bacteremia due to contaminated intravenous fluids. Am J Epidemiol. 1978 Sep. PMID: 707489.

  • Agger WA, Caplan RH, Maki DG. Ocular sporotrichosis mimicking mucormycosis in a diabetic. Ann Ophthalmol. 1978 Jun. PMID: 307934.

  • Agger WA, Maki DG. Mucormycosis. A complication of critical care. Arch Intern Med.1978 Jun.

  • Maki DG. Non-infective complications of infusion therapy. Infusion. 1978 May-Jun.

  • Maki DG, Schuna AA. A study of antimicrobial misuse in a university hospital. Am J Med Sci. 1978 May-Jun. PMID: 686037.

  • Jarrett F, Maki DG, Chan CK. Management of septic thrombosis of the inferior vena cava caused by Candida. Arch Surg. 1978 May. PMID: 417700.

  • Ferguson EE Jr, Maki DG. A baffling hyperpyrexia. Hosp Pract. 1978 Mar. PMID: 640628.

  • Agger WA, Maki DG. Efficacy of direct Gram stain in differentiating staphylococci from streptococci in blood cultures positive for gram-positive cocci. J Clin Microbiol. 1978 Feb. PMID: 75888. PMCID: PMC274874.

  • Maki DG. Q fever. Current Therapy. 1978.


  • Maki DG. “The Epidemiology of Surgical Wound Infection--Guidelines for Prevention.” Journal of Surgical Practice. 1977 Nov-Dec.

  • Hanson PG, Standridge J, Jarrett F, Maki DG. Freshwater wound infection due to Aeromonas hydrophila. JAMA. 1977 Sep 5. PMID: 577949.

  • Helstad AG, Kimball JL, Maki DG. Recovery of anaerobic and aerobic bacteria from clinical specimens in three anaerobic transport systems. J Clin Microbiol. 1977 Jun.

  •  Maki, DG, and WA Agger. Ludwig's Angina--Wisconsin. CDC MMWR, 17 June 1977, pp. 199–200.

  • Agger WA, Maki DG. Septicemia from heparin-lock needles. Ann Intern Med. 1977 May. PMID: 322567.

  • Maki, DG. Septic Thrombophlebitis Part II. Hospital Medicine, Jan. 1977, pp. 6–12, 17–19, 23–29.


  • Maki DG. Septic Thrombophlebitis: I. Pathophysiology, diagnosis and management. Hosp Medicine. 1976 Dec.

  • Rhame FS, Maki DG. Letter: Septic nonsuppurative thrombophlebitis. Arch Surg. 1976 Jul. PMID: 938237.

  • Maki DG. Editorial: Lister revisited: surgical antisepsis and asepsis. N Engl J Med. 1976 Jun 3. DOI: 10.1056/NEJM197606032942311. PMID: 1264155.

  • Maki DG. Preventing infection in intravenous therapy. Hosp Pract. 1976 Apr. PMID: 829118.

  • Maki DG, Rhame FS, Mackel DC, Bennett JV. Nationwide epidemic of septicemia caused by contaminated intravenous products. I. Epidemiologic and clinical features. Am J Med. 1976 Apr. PMID: 1274981.

  • Maki DG. Final filters in IV therapy. Hosp Infect Control. 1976.


  • Mackel DC, Maki DG, Anderson RL, Rhame FS, Bennett JV. Nationwide epidemic of septicemia caused by contaminated intravenous products: mechanisms of intrinsic contamination. J Clin Microbiol. 1975 Dec. PMID: 1206107. PMCID: PMC275209.

  • Pollock AA, Maki DG. Letter: Scalp-vein needle and infection. N Engl J Med. 1975 Sep 11. PMID: 1152885.

  • Turkel H, Maki DG. Letter: Intramedullary vs intra-arterial infusion. N Engl J Med. 1975 Aug 7. PMID: 1138192.

  • Maki, DG. Infection Control and the I.V. Therapist. The American Journal of I.V. Therapy, 1975 Jun/Jul.

  • Maki DG, Drinka PJ, Davis TE. Suppurative phlebitis of an arm vein from a "scalp-vein needle". N Engl J Med. 1975 May 22. DOI: 10.1056/NEJM197505222922110. PMID: 1093020.

  • Maki DG, Martin WT. Nationwide epidemic of septicemia caused by contaminated infusion products. IV. Growth of microbial pathogens in fluids for intravenous infusions. J Infect Dis. 1975 Mar. PMID: 236343. 


  • Maki DG, Anderson RL, Shulman JA. In-use contamination of intravenous infusion fluid. Appl Microbiol. 1974 Nov. PMID: 4613269. PMCID: PMC186824.

  • Goldmann DA, Maki DG. Letter: Contamination of fluid for parenteral nutrition. N Engl J Med. 1974 Jun 20. DOI: 10.1056/NEJM197406202902514. PMID: 4208374.


  • Maki DG, Goldman DA, Rhame FS, Kaiser AB, Tenney JH, Bennett JV. Guidelines for Infection control in intravenous therapy. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1973 Dec. PMID: 4202639.

  • Maki DG, Hennekens CG, Phillips CW, Shaw WV, Bennett JV. Nosocomial urinary tract infection with Serratia marcescens: an epidemiologic study. J Infect Dis. 1973 Nov. PMID: 4588701

  • Bloch KJ, Maki DG.Hyperviscosity syndromes associated with immunoglobulin abnormalities. Seminars in Hematology. 1973 Apr. PMID: 4633222.

  • Goldmann DA, Maki DG. Infection control in total parenteral nutrition. JAMA. 1973 Mar 19. PMID: 4631475.

  • Maki, DG, Rhame FS, Goldman DA, Mandell GL. The Infection Hazard Posed by Contaminated Intravenous Infusion Fluid. Bacteremia: Laboratory and Clinical Aspects; (Seminar, Held at the 1971 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology in Minneapolis), Thomas, 1973, pp. 76–91.


  • Maki DG, Hennekens CH, Bennett JV. Prevention of catheter-associated urinary tract infection. An additional measure. JAMA. 1972 Sep 11. PMID: 5068631.


  • Maki DG. Oropharyngeal ecology. The New England Journal of Medicine. 1970 Apr 2. PMID: 5416986

  • Maki DG, Hennekens CG, Phillips CW, Shaw WV, Bennett JV. Nosocomial urinary tract infection with Serratia marcescens: an epidemiologic study. The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 1970 Aug 6. PMID: 4588701.