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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…


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Best Practice for Protecting the Hands of Hospital Housekeepers

I recently got this question asked of me: Our Infection Control Committee is directing the Housekeepers to wash their hand between patient rooms, regardless of using gloves. What is your facilities policy? Darrel Hicks — do you have some feedback that can be given? My…


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