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Contact Times for Surface Disinfectants

“Follow the path of the unsafe, independent thinker. Expose your ideas to the danger of controversy. Speak your mind and fear less the label of “crackpot” than the stigma of conformity,” Thomas J. Watson I cringe when I read a LinkenIn post recently. The post stated,…


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Company’s Coming

It happens every Thanksgiving.  You have your family over for the annual Thanksgiving feast reminiscent of the one with the pilgrims and Indians. When you have company coming to your house for a family or friends and family event, you always want to present a…


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Lessons from the Frontline

In 1742, Sir John Pringle, a physician, was tasked with logging the problems associated with the military life. It resulted in the book, Observations on the Diseases of the Army. Pringle stated that there were two fundamental issues related to infection. The first was that…


Could a Hospital Mattress be an Infection Prevention Risk? Leave a comment Read more »

Could a Hospital Mattress be an Infection Prevention Risk?

There is an important term that’s being heard more often in your world: strike-through.The term is applied to soft surfaces and textiles, ant the fluids and microorganisms that can cross a barrier surface, or strike through it. According to Flashcardmachine.com, strike-through contamination is defined as…


Disinfectant Doubts Should Lead to a More Robust Infection-Prevention Program Leave a comment Read more »

Disinfectant Doubts Should Lead to a More Robust Infection-Prevention Program

Antimicrobial pesticides are designed to destroy or suppress harmful bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms on inanimate objects and surfaces in hospitals and other settings. The U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has a testing program–the ATP–whose purpose is to ensure that EPA-approved hospital disinfectants and tuberculocides…


Bubonic Plague, A Problem for Evolutioists Leave a comment Read more »

Bubonic Plague, A Problem for Evolutioists

Psalm 38:7 “For my loins are filled with a loathsome disease: and there is no soundness in my flesh.” Want to ruffle the feathers of an evolutionist? Just remind him that mutations are harmful. Yes, there are many mutations that are neutral, but beneficial mutations…


Controlling Infection Spread in Waiting Rooms Leave a comment Read more »

Controlling Infection Spread in Waiting Rooms

Have you been to see your doctor recently? Many clinics, urgent care centers, emergency rooms and physician practice waiting rooms are not a safe place during this cold and flu season. The United States experiences epidemics of seasonal flu each year. This time of year…


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