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Infection Control

Creator:   Tina Marrellli, MSN, MA, RN, FAAN
Created:   11/23/2009
Contains:  11 items
Infectious disease is the leading cause of death in the world. These papers address such diverse topics as pandemic planning, bedbugs (a scourge through history and their resurgence as shown in this article), MSRA and Clostridium difficile challenges, infection prevention and control, research briefs, the prevention of central-line-associated bloodstream infections and achieving a culture of zero tolerance for infections.

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Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Planning in the Home Care Environment

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COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSES BATTLE AN ANCIENT NUISANCE

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Preventing Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections and The Joint Commission's Home Care National Patient Safety Goals

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Clostridium difficile: Preventing Epidemic Outbreaks in Home Health

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Managing the Threat of Methicillin‐Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Home Care

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Infection Prevention and Control: Achieving a Culture of Zero Tolerance

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Infection Control and Prevention in Home Healthcare: Prevention Activities Are the Key to Desired Patient Outcomes

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Research on Infection Control and Incontinence

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Infection Control in Home Healthcare: An Exploratory Study of Issues for Patients and Providers

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Hand hygiene practices of home visiting community nurses: Perceptions, Compliance, Techniques, and Contextual Factors of Practice Using the World Health Organization's “Five...

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Central Venous Access Device Associated Infections: Recommendations for Best Practice in Home Infusion Therapy

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