AJIC

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AJICAmerican Journal of Infection Control
AJICAboriginal Justice Implementation Commission (Manitoba, Canada)
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Hadjichristodoulou, "Thermal disinfection of hotels, hospitals, and athletic venues hot water distribution systems contaminated by Legionella species," American Journal of Infection Control, vol.
The authors of a recent letter to the editor in the American Journal of Infection Control report that a damp microfiber cloth was effective in removing methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) type A bacteria from iPad screens (Am.
Stanford, "Mentor's hand hygiene practices influence student's hand hygiene rates," American Journal of Infection Control, vol.
Pittet, "Infection control and quality health care in the new millenium," The American Journal of Infection Control, vol.
Both studies were published in the American Journal of Infection control.
Frabetti A, Vandini A, Balboni P, Triolo F, Mazzacane S 2009 Experimental evaluation of the efficacy of sanitation procedures in operating rooms American Journal of Infection Control 37 (8) 658-64
Cimiotti and colleagues, as published in the American Journal of Infection Control, I recognized opportunities for all of us to take action to improve our workplace.
Only about one in every five surveyed medical students could correctly identify five true and two false indications of when to wash their hands in the clinical setting, according to a study published in the American Journal of Infection Control. Researchers asked medical students about seven different scenarios, of which five ("before contact to a patient, before preparation of intravenous fluids," "after removal of gloves," "after contact to the patient's bed," and "after contact to vomit" ) were correct hand hygiene indications.
Only about one in every five surveyed medical students could correctly identify five true and two false indications of when to wash their hands in the clinical setting, according to a study published in the American Journal of Infection Control. Researchers asked medical students about seven different scenarios, of which five ("before contact to a patient," "before preparation of intravenous fluids," "after removal of gloves," "after contact to the patient's bed," and "after contact to vomit") were correct hand hygiene indications.
MRSA screening of patients in the intensive-care unit (ICU) produces cost savings for the whole hospital, according to a study published in the February 2011 issue of the American Journal of Infection Control, the official publication of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC).
Entre ellas cabe destacar a Lancet, JAMA, New England Journal of Medicine, American Journal of Public Health, Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, American Journal of Infection Control y Vaccine.
A study published by the American Journal of Infection Control in October 2000 found that children using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer in the classroom missed fewer days (up to 20 percent) due to illness.
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