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With cleaning and disinfection being crucial in healthcare, understanding their nuances is key.
Can bacteria become resistant to disinfectants? Perhaps. However, let’s look at the facts.
Disinfectant manufacturers discuss germ identification and cleaning occupied spaces.
Develop an apprenticeship program for environmental services technicians in healthcare that leads to certification.
Disinfectant manufacturers discuss the different situations to use cleaning products in.
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Getting rid of mold requires tackling the issue at its source.
Healthcare facilities have resulted in reimplementing masking guidelines as flu season continues.
Disinfectant manufacturers discuss the best chemicals to use against highly resistant germs.
Rethinking the disinfection process is critical to killing germs of all kinds.
Left untouched, objects or materials such as clothes, utensils and furniture can carry infections.
Disinfectant manufacturers discuss training frontline staff on different chemicals and their dwell times.
Disinfectant manufacturers discuss the distinction between two types of products.
Switching to robots can help departments address staffing shortages and streamline tasks.
While already being tough to deal with, C. auris can also swiftly contaminate a recently disinfected environment.
Team approach can help facilities set priorities, identify responsibilities and avoid contamination
Guidance on ensuring success when it comes to the most effective products and procedures.
Environmental services professionals weigh in on the most effective steps to take.
Patients deserve an environment that features clean and sanitary surfaces.
Coordinating with pest control professionals is critical to dealing with bed bug infestations.
Hospital leaders should consider the risk of antimicrobial resistance and infection and compensate those who prevent them.
Removing dirt from surfaces, whether visible or not, is fundamental to better patient outcomes.
Standard 241 focuses on reducing the risk of airborne aerosol transmission.
Legionella grows in water, making water heaters and plumbing conduits for its spread.
Hand hygiene, protective equipment and cleaning can help protect against drug-resistant bacteria spread.
Environmental services managers must be confident they are using a disinfectant that can eliminate a pathogenic virus on a surface.
It's time to clear out stock rooms, standardize products and select a new disinfectant.
The association finds that there are too few infection preventionists on staff in nursing homes.
It is intended to be a “manager’s guide” to organizing staff and identifying the resources that can help bring sepsis rates down.
Acoustics manufacturers discuss the effectiveness of materials stopping germ spread.
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