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      in inpatient haemodialysis patients (2C), subsequent infection control interventions are not suggested. j) When the historical risk of infection is low, screening for VRE in outpatient haemodialysis patients (2C), subsequent infection control interventions including transmission based precautions are not suggested.

    • Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Antimicrobial …

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      and Prevention (CDC), Healthcare Infection Control Practice Advisory Committee (HICPAC) and World Health Organization (WHO) as well as other current literature. The MHSAL Guidelines for Infection Prevention and Control of Antimicrobial-Resistant Organisms


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      PRACTICES IN OUTPATIENT SETTINGS Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology (SPICE) UNC School of Medicine Module D OBJECTIVES 1. Discuss the consequences of unsafe injection practices 2. Describe outbreaks 3. Discuss safe injection best practices 4. Describe One and Only Campaign UNSAFE INJECTION PRACTICES

    • Outpatient Care Settings and Infection Risks

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      Outpatient Care – Growth, Concerns • Approximately 1.2 billion outpatient visits / year – The average person makes four visits annually to physician offices • Increasingly complex procedures, vulnerable patients – Each year more than one million cancer patients receive outpatient chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy • Expansion of services without supporting increases in infection control and related …

    • Outbreak of Hepatitis C Virus Infections At an Outpatient …

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      Nephrology Nursing Journal March-April 2013 Vol. 40, No. 2 101 Outbreak of Hepatitis C Virus Infections At an Outpatient Hemodialysis Facility: The Importance of Infection Control

    • Infection prevention

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      iNFeCtioN CoNtrol aND PreVeNtioN For outPatieNt oNCology settiNgs (BiCaPP) The BICAPP can be used by any outpatient oncology facility to standardize and improve infection prevention practices. •This is The BICAPP also includes the CDC Infection Prevention Checklist for Outpatient Settings that can be tailored by an outpatient oncology

    • Practical Guidelines for Infection Control in Health Care Facilities

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      of infection. A breach in infection control practices facilitates transmission of infection from patients to health care workers, other patients and attendants. It is therefore important for all health care workers, patients, their family members, friends and close contacts to adhere to the infection control guidelines strictly. It is also imperative for health care administrators to ensure implementation of the infection …

    • Bureau of Primary Healthcare: Infection Control Update

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      – Discuss the top two infection control causes of Immediate Threats to Life and Safety – Review an approach to ensuring compliance with infection control related standards – Provide links to resources that were developed for the outpatient setting and are available at no cost – Review survey challenges specific to Bureau of Primary Health

    • Infection Surveyor Worksheet

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      in infection control and designated to direct the ASC’s infection control program? YES NO NOTE! If the ASC cannot document that it has designated a qualified professional with training (not necessarily certification) in infection control to direct its infection control program, a deficiency related to 42 CFR 416.51(b)(1) must be cited. Lack ...

    • CDC Infection Control Guidelines - NNOHA

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      Discuss review of CDC’s 2003 infection control guidelines for dental health-care settings Review potential topics, methods, status Present overview of other CDC recommendations Guide for Infection Prevention in Outpatient Settings: Minimum Expectations for Safe Care CDC Updated Recommendations for Management of

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