Infection Control Today - 10/2003: References

OCTOBER REFERENCES

HAND-TO-HAND COMBAT: THE CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A HOSPITAL HAND-HYGIENE CAMPAIGN, BY SHERYL EWERT, LES JEBSON AND NINA SHIK, PAGE 12.

1. Larson E, Bryan J, Adler L, Blane C. (1997). A multifaceted approach to changing handwashing behavior. Am J Infection Control. 25:3-10.

2. Muto C, Sistrom M, Farr B. Hand hygiene rates unaffected by installation of dispensers of a rapidly acting hand antiseptic. (2000). Am J Infection Control. 28:273-276.

3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (1992). Public health focus: surveillance, prevention, and control of nosocomial infections. MMWR 41(42); 783-787.

TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT IN THE INTRAOPERATIVE SETTING, BY TINA BROOKS, PAGE 18.

1. Emori TG and Gaynes R P (1993). An overview of nosocomical infections, including the role of the microbiology laboratory. Clinical Microbiology Review. 6:428-42.

2. Mahoney CB and Odom J (1999). Maintaining intraoperative normothermia: A meta-analysis of outcomes with costs. AANA Journal, 67:155-63.

3. Kurz A, Sessler DI and Lenhardt R (1996). Perioperative normothermia to reduce the incidence of surgical wound infection and shorten hospitalization, 334:1209-1216.

4. Camus Y, Delva E, Sessler DI and Lienhart A (1995). Pre-induction skin-surface warming minimizes intraoperative core hypothermia. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia. 7:384-388 5. Melling AC, Ali B, Scott EM and Leaper DJ (2001). Effects of preoperative warming on the incidence of wound infection after clean surgery: A randomized controlled trial. Lancet. 358:876-880.

6. Cruse PJ and Foord R (1980). The epidemiology of wound infection : A 10-year prospective study of 62,939 wounds. Surgical Clinics of North America, 60:27-40.

7. Boyce JM, Potter-Bynoe G and Dziobek L (1990). Hospital reimbursement patterns among patients with surgical wound infections following open heart surgery. Infection Control Hospital Epidemiology. 11:89-93.

8. American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses. Clinical guidelines for the prevention of unplanned perioperative hypothermia, http://www.aspan.org.  Sessler DI (1997). Perioperative hypothermia. N Engl J Med. 336: 1730-1737.

FROM PRE-OP TO POST-OP: TODAYS TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES, BY TINA BROOKS, PAGE 16.

1. Melling AC, Ali B, Scott EM and Leaper DJ (2001). Effects of preoperative warming on the incidence of wound infection after clean surgery: A randomized controlled trial. Lancet. 358:876-880.

FOSTERING TEAMWORK BETWEEN STERILE PROCESSING AND THE OR, BY TINA BROOKS, PAGE 22.

1. Friedman BB. The four Cs of a successful central sterile supply-operating room relationship. Hospital Materiel Management Quarterly. 1990: 12(2), 26-31.

1. Gallousis AJ. The central sterile supply-operating room connection. Hospital Materiel Management Quarterly. 1990: 12(2), 20-22.

2. Friedman BB. The four Cs of a successful central sterile supply-operating room relationship. Hospital Materiel Management Quarterly. 1990: 12(2), 26-31.

4. Gallousis AJ. The central sterile supply-operating room connection. Hospital Materiel Management Quarterly. 1990: 12(2), 20-22.

BUILDING BLOCKS: TRAINING AND EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF CS/SPD PERSONNEL, BY KATHY DIX, PAGE 26

1. www.okcareertech.organism/testing/pdf/pdfskillstandards/od 1085.pdf 08/21/03 Preventing Device-Associated Infections, by Amy M. Hueffmeier, RN, BSN, Vicky Ferris, RN, Carole L. Leone, BSN, MSN, page 57.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guidelines for the prevention of intravascular catheter-related infections. MMWR. 2002;51 (No. RR-10) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guidelines for prevention of nosocomial pneumonia. MMWR. 1997; 46 (No. RR-1).

Mayhall C. Glen. Ventilator-associated pneumonia or not? Contemporary diagnosis. Emerging Infect Diseases. Vol.7,No.2 Mar-Apr 2001.

Mayhall C. Glen, ed. Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control. 2nd edition. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.1999.

Garner JS, Jarvis WR, Emori TG, Horan TC, Hughes JM. CDC definitions for nosocomial infection. In:

Olmsted RN, ed.: APIC Infection Control and Applied Epidemiology: Principles and Practice. St. Louis:

Mosby; 1996: A-1A-20.

Kunin CM. Urinary Tract Infection. In: APIC Text of Infection Control and Epidemiology. Washington, DC:

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, 2000; 92: 1-5.

Linares J, Sitges-Serra A, Garau J, Perez J & Martin R. Pathogenesis of catheter sepsis: A prospective study with quantitative and semiquantitative cultures of catheter hub and segments. J Clinical Microbiology. 21 (3):357-360 (March 1985).

National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance (NNIS) report, data summary from October 1986-April 1996, issued May 1996. A report from the National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance (NNIS) System.

American Journal of Infection Control. 1996; 24: 380-388.

Raad, Issam. Intravascular-catheter-related infections.

Lancet. 1998: 351:893-98 Saint S., Wiese J, Amory JK, et al. Are physicians aware of which of their patients have indwelling urinary catheters? American Journal of Medicine. 2000: 109:476-480.

Salgado CD, Karchmer TB, Farr BM. Prevention of Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections. In: Wentzel RP, editor. Prevention and Control of Nosocomial Infections (Fourth Ed.) Philadelphia:

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003: 297-311.

Wong ES. Guideline for prevention of catheterassociated urinary tract infections. American Journal of Infection Control. 1983;11(1):28-36.

INVISIBLE INTRUDERS: INANIMATE OBJECTS ROLE IN NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION, BY KATHY DIX, PAGE 28.

1. Centers for Disease Control. Engineering Infection Control through Facility Design.

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/eid/vol7no2/noskin.htm 08/13/03

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER, CERTIFICATION IS THE FUEL, BY NANCY CHOBIN, RN, CSPDM, PAGE 40.

1. McKillip J. and Cox C. Strengthening the criterionrelated validity of professional certifications. Evaluation and Program Planning 21 (1998), 191-197.

2. Shimberg B. Testing for Licensure and Certification. I American Psychologist. October 1981, 1138.

3. National Organization for Competency Assurance. NOCA Handbook. 1996.

4. Ibid.

5. National Organization for Competency Assurance. Certification: A NOCA Handbook. 1996.

6. Ibid.

UP AND COMING STERILIZATION STANDARDS: WHAT EVERY SP PROFESSIONAL NEEDS TO KNOW, BY BECKI HARTER CST, RCST, CRCST, FEL, PAGE 43.

1. Association for Advancement of Medical Instrumentation: AAMI/ANSI ST8:2001, ST24:1999, ST33:1996, ST37:1996, ST40:1992, ST46:2002, ST55: 1997, TIR12: 1994, ST60:1996, ST55:1997, ST41:1999, ST59:1999ST19:1999, ST66:1999, ST65:2000, STwg40, STwg94.

2. Association for Advancement of Medical Instrumentation: ANSI/AAMI/ISO 10993-5:1999, 10993-10:1995, 10993-11:1993.

3. Canadian Standards Association: CSAZ314.14:1993

4. U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Premarket Notification 510(k) submissions for medical sterilization packaging systems in healthcare facilities; draft guidance for industry and FDA, March 7, 2002, Rockville, Md.: FDA, 2002.

INSTRUMENT REUSE: AN UPDATE ON VCJD, BY JOHN ROARK, PAGE 48.

1. http://www.doh.gov.uk/cjd/riskassessmentsi.htm.  Referenced August 20, 2003

2. The Revision of the Surveillance Case Definition for Variant Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease (vCJD) Report of a WHO consultation.

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