2011 Year in Review: PPE and Standard Precautions

ICT celebrates the end of the year by bringing you a review of the top news items and articles from 2011 related to PPE and standard precautions.

ICT celebrates the end of the year by bringing you a review of the top news items and articles from 2011 related to PPE and standard precautions.


Healthcare Worker Uniforms Carry Resistant Bacteria a Majority of the Time, Study Shows

Duct Tape Strategy Improves Infection Prevention

Double Gloving: Myth Versus Fact

Study Finds Inadequate Mask Use Among Healthcare Workers Early in 2009 H1N1 Outbreak

Glove Use Impacts Hand Hygiene, Study Finds

Private Room Intensive Care Units Associated With Lower Infection Rates

Study Finds Patient Isolation Associated With Hospital Delirium

Simple Face Masks Could Significantly Prevent Spread of TB to Non-Infected Patients

Long- and Short-Sleeved Physician Workwear Gather the Same Amount of Bacterial Contamination

Group Tells FDA that Latex Medical Gloves Should be Banned

Size of Airborne Flu Virus Impacts Risk

Addressing the Challenges of PPE Non-Compliance
 

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