The abstract, which was presented at the Collaborative Alliance for Nursing Outcomes (CALNOC) in 2017, examines the efficacy of 3.15% CHG / 70% IPA vs. 70% IPA alone for routine disinfection of needleless connectors on Central Venous Catheters. Results: Prevantics® Device Swab trial resulted in a statistically signiﬁcant decline in CLABSIs among high-risk oncology patients.
Hand hygiene for healthcare workers and staff plays an important role in the prevention of Clostridium diﬃcile infection. But what about at the patient level? The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center conducted a study, addressing that very question.
Michigan health system demonstrates that partnership between infection prevention and environmental services improves efficiency of system-wide cleaning and disinfection
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