2013-12-04 - ICT News Desk: Blood Exposures Survey
The Association of Occupational Health Professionals in Healthcare (AOHP) recently commissioned a survey among its members to establish the first nationally representative blood exposure database. The results of AOHP's inaugural survey were released in the latest edition of the AOHP Journal.
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Buyer's Guide,ADHESIVES/ADHESIVE REMOVERS,ANALYZERS,ANTIMICROBIAL PRODUCTS,APPAREL,BANDAGES/DRESSINGS,BATHING SYSTEMS/PRODUCTS,BLOOD COLLECTION,BLOOD PRESSURE EQUIPMENT,CARTS,CATHETERS,CLEANERS/CLEAN
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2014-02-18 - Hitchhiking Vaccines Boost Immunity
Many vaccines, including those for influenza, polio, and measles, consist of a killed or disabled version of a virus. However, for certain diseases, this type of vaccine is ineffective, or just too risky. An alternative, safer approach is a vaccine made of small fragments of proteins produced by a disease-causing virus or bacterium. This has worked for some diseases, but in many cases these vacci
www.infectioncontroltoday.com/news/2014/02/hitchhiking-vaccines-boost-immunity.aspx - 48k
2014-03-04 - How Individual Staph Cells Adhere to Nanostructures Could Lead to New Ways to Thwart Infections
The bacterium Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) is a common source of infections that occur after surgeries involving prosthetic joints and artificial heart valves. The grape-shaped microorganism adheres to medical equipment, and if it gets inside the body, it can cause a serious and even life-threatening illness called a Staph infection. The recent discovery of drug-resistant strains of S. aureu
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2014-01-20 - Infectious Diseases Experts Issue Guidance on Healthcare Personnel Attire
on the traditional white coat.
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Microorganism Movers: Mobile Equipment and Implications for Infection Prevention
This report addresses the infection risks posed by mobile medical equipment and calls for greater attention to the cleaning and disinfection of patient-care items such as blood pressure cuffs, IV poles and other high-touch objects that roam the hospital.
www.infectioncontroltoday.com/whitepapers/2013/12/microorganism-movers.aspx - 14k
Al-Mouhazae Trading Services : Listing : Buyer's Guide
We deal in infection control products: pouches, reels, wrap sterilization, and hand disinfectant preoperative scrub brush.
www.infectioncontroltoday.com/buyers-guide.aspx?li=43530 - 61k
AZReam Inc. : Listing : Buyer's Guide
Distributor of high-quality medical and surgical products from Britain, Europe, the United States and worldwide - for medical professionals and home health care.
www.infectioncontroltoday.com/buyers-guide.aspx?li=60652 - 62k
AliMed Inc. : Listing : Buyer's Guide
Since the early 1970s, AliMed® inc. has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of patient care, rehabilitation, OR/critical care, diagnostic imaging, orthopedic, infection control and ergonomic
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Reinventing a Better babyLance™ Heelstick
This white paper summarizes key design features—and the processes with which they were validated—for the all-new babyLance™ safety heelstick, which include its easy activation, smooth and consistent incisions, ergonomics and safety.
www.infectioncontroltoday.com/whitepapers/2013/09/babylance-heelstick.aspx - 13k