Dial Corp. - A Henkel Co. : Listing : Buyer's Guide
The Dial Corp., a Henkel Co., manufactures soap and other consumer products. Eight out of 10 U.S. households use Dial branded products – and the preference extends to healthcare facilities. Patients
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2014-04-14 - Ambulatory Surgical Site Infections Following the Roadmap to Elimination
Government agencies and professional organizations are helping ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs) integrate infection control practices to help move the dial on surgical site infections (SSIs).
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2011-10-12 - Cardinal Health Invites Providers to Apply for Grants to Improve Patient Safety
The Cardinal Health Foundation today announced that, for the fifth consecutive year, it will award more than $1 million in grant funding to help U.S. hospitals, health systems, community health clinics and other non-profit health care institutions improve the efficiency and quality of patient care.
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2010-09-13 - Study Finds Hand Disinfectants Do Little to Prevent Spread of Rhinovirus or Influenza Virus
A team of researchers led by University of Virginia cold expert Ronald Turner, MD, found in a nationwide study that alcohol-based hand disinfectants fail to significantly reduce the frequency of infection from either the rhinovirus or the influenza virus.
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2012-10-05 - Survey Reveals Country-Specific Differences in Preventive Behaviors During 2009 Influenza Pandemic
Many important strategies to reduce the spread of pandemic influenza need public participation. To assess public receptivity to such strategies, Steel-Fisher, et al. (2012) compared adoption of preventive behaviours in response to the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic among the public in five countries and examined whether certain non-pharmaceutical behaviours (such as handwashing) were deterrents to
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2012-12-17 - CS Expert with Terminal Illness is Subject of Documentary Film
Michele DeMeo, CRCST, may no longer be working as a dedicated central service manager or writing monthly columns for the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM), but she’s still very much a part of the CS scene. In addition to speaking at IAHCSMM chapter meetings, testifying before legislators on the merits of CS certification, writing various article
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2012-03-01 - JCI, SHEA Release New Edition of Best Practices in Infection Prevention and Control Book
Teaming up to provide an essential infection prevention and control (IPC) resource for healthcare organizations around the globe, Joint Commission International (JCI) and the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) announce the publication of Best Practices in Infection Prevention and Control: An International Perspective, Second Edition. JCI is a not-for-profit affiliate of The Joi
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2012-11-01 - FDA Reports Voluntary Recall of All Ameridose Drug Products
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announces that Ameridose, LLC, based in Westborough, Mass., is voluntarily recalling all of its unexpired products in circulation.
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2014-07-24 - Latest Vaccination Coverage Estimates for Adolescents Show Only Small Increase for HPV Vaccine
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials announced today that the number of girls and boys aged 13-17 years receiving human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine remains unacceptably low despite a slight increase in vaccination coverage since 2012, according to data from CDC's 2013 National Immunization Survey-Teen (NIS-Teen) published in this week's Morbidity and Mortality Wee
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