TOC April 2007


Sterile Inventory Quality Control: Small Changes Can Lead to Big Success By Michelle Beaver

Infection Control in the Dialysis Setting By Kathy Dix

Raising the Bar on Quality in Sterile Processing: Adopting Failure Modes and Effects Analysis in the Healthcare Setting By Tim Brooks and Jessica Hackwell

Fight Against UTIs Continues; Experts Say Solutions are Simple By Michelle Beaver

Waterborne Pathogens in Healthcare: Critical to Quality By Girolomo A. Ortolano, PhD, Frank P. Canonica, PhD, and Joseph S. Cervia, MD

Hurricane Katrinas Impact: Environmental Health in the Wake of the Storm By Jennifer Schraag

Wound Care: An Age-Old Dilemma Addressed by Todays Experts and Tomorrows Solutions By Jennifer Schraag

Q & A with Cynthia A. Fleck

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