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Risk of superbug outbreak increased by reprocessing failure

By Kelly Ottaviano / January 19, 2017 /

Superbugs, much like less aggressive forms of HAIs, according to the Mayo Clinic, can lead to potentially life-threatening illnesses such as skin infections and pneumonia.

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Hepatitis and HIV scare for veterans in Wisconsin due to cross-contamination

By Kelly Ottaviano / December 8, 2016 /

Almost 600 veterans have potentially been exposed to HIV and two strains of Hepatitis – B and C.

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Strategies for improving patient satisfaction at your clinic

By Kelly Ottaviano / October 20, 2016 /

It is so important to ensure that strategies are implemented to boost patient satisfaction at all times.

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Can your medical practice be green and still use single-use devices?

By Kelly Ottaviano / October 4, 2016 /

Yes, it’s possible to run a green medical practice and use single-use devices.

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Keeping patients safe and saving money: Strategies for medical practice cost reduction

By Kelly Ottaviano / September 15, 2016 /

Whether you’re a doctor, nurse or clinic manager, there are a number of strategies that you can employ to lower expenses while still keeping patients safe.

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Hospital acquired infections: Strategies for prevention

By Kelly Ottaviano / August 15, 2016 /

There are a number of simple yet effective ways to slash rates of HAIs in your clinic or hospital.

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