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Hand Hygiene | 10.31.19

Technical Review & Assessment of PURELL Healthcare CRT HEALTHY SOAP

Nationally and internationally-recognized hand hygiene guidelines permit healthcare facilities to choose whether to use an antimicrobial or a non-antimicrobial soap....

Environmental Infection | 10.10.19

Utilizing a Business Case to Link Reduction in Infections to Reduction in Costs

In a recently published clinical poster titled Utilizing a Business Case to Link Reduction in Infections to Reduction in Costs,...

Decontamination, Disinfection and Sterilization | 9.12.19

Confident Compliance for TEE Ultrasound Probes

Transesophageal (TEE) ultrasound probes are expensive, delicate devices that require a certain level of care. Keep your facility’s TEE probes...

HAIs: Types and Pathogens | 9.12.19

Bacteria attributed to sterile gel in ultrasound guided central line insertions

This study describes an outbreak of Burkholderia cenocepacia bacteremia in 4 hospitals across Australia between the dates of March 2017...

HAIs: Types and Pathogens | 8.28.19

Rethink Your Approach to Infection Control

The skin is the largest organ system in the human body, making up roughly 16% of our body weight. When...

Hand Hygiene | 8.22.19

The GOJO Guide to Fire Safety and Alcohol-Based Hand Rubs

Ensuring compliance to fire codes and fire safety regulations can be confusing for healthcare facilities due to the many different...

HAIs: Types and Pathogens | 8.15.19

The Hidden Danger of Biofilms

Biofilms are complex communities of microorganisms that can attach to both biotic and abiotic surfaces and represent one of the...

Hand Hygiene | 8.15.19

Optimal Skin pH and Why It Matters

Healthy skin is fundamental to our overall health. As the largest organ in our body, the skin provides a critical...

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