Weekly Rounds: ESBL-Producers, Home Infusion Therapy, Lowering SSIs, and More


Take 5 minutes to catch up on Infection Control Today®’s highlights for the week ending January 20, 2023.

Weekly Rounds with Infection Control Today

Here are 5 highlights from Infection Control Today®'s (ICT®’s) wide-ranging coverage of the infection prevention and control world. Everything from interviews with known opinion leaders to the news that infection preventionists and other health care professionals can use on their jobs.

Preventing Infections in Cancer Patients at Home

Information for health care workers and patients to protect patients from infections.

Read this article to read about infection control for cancer patients.

Routine Change of Surgical Gloves/Instruments Significantly Lowers SSIs

A study clearly shows that surgical site infections (SSIs) can be reduced by changing surgical gloves and instruments before the closing abdominal wound closure.

Read this article about changing gloves and instruments to prevent SSIs.

Moderna: Vaccine Shown Effective Against RSV in Older Adults in Phase III Trial

Moderna announced encouraging news about its RSV mRNA-1345 vaccine and plans to submit for regulatory approval in the first half of 2023.

Read this article about the New Moderna RSV vaccine for older adults.

Considerations for Extended Spectrum Beta-Lactamase (ESBL)-Producers in Nursing Homes

Information for infection preventionists to manage ESBL-producers even while fighting against COVID-19.

Read this article about ESBL-producers

Home Infusion Therapy: Study Shows Significant Lack of Formal Infection-Surveillance Training

New study shows home infusion therapy staff have significant barriers to infection-surveillance training, and this could be leading to higher infection rates.

watch this video about home infusion and infection prevention.
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