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Ventricular rate control

Sustained high ventricular rates during persistent or permanent AF can lead to a deterioration in left ventricular function, hence the requirement for rate control. Historically, digoxin has been us...

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CDC Updating HCW Infection Control Guidelines

Infection preventionists who work closely with employee health colleagues — or wear the proverbial “two hats” for both jobs — should be aware that the CDC is updating its 1998 “Guideline for...

Common Infection Control Citations

Even as CMS makes bold pushes in infection control, the agency is inspecting healthcare facilities and finding common, recurrent problems.

Restricting Fluoroquinolone Use Reduces Clostridium difficile Infection More Than Infection Control Methods

An observational study from England showed that restricting fluoroquinolone use reduced incidence of Clostridium difficile infection more than would be predicted by improved infection control methods ...

The Role of Surveillance in HAI Prevention

Infection surveillance, once the primary task of infection preventionists (IPs), has transitioned over time to assume a more limited place in a massively expanded scope of IP responsibilities.  I...

APSIC Abstracts on Environmental Control

The following abstracts on the topic of environmental control are from the meeting of the eighth International Congress of the Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control (APSIC), held in Bangkok, Thail...

[Articles] Effects of control interventions on infection in England: an observational study

Restricting fluoroquinolone prescribing appears to explain the decline in incidence of C difficile infections, above other measures, in Oxfordshire and Leeds, England. Antimicrobial stewardship should...

Revisit Staff’s Hand Hygiene to Address Infection Control

Take May 5 — World Hand Hygiene Day — to make sure infection control and hand hygiene rules and practices are up to date, incorporating both regulatory and advisory guidelines.

Barriers and facilitators to infection control at a hospital in northern India: a qualitative study

Hospital acquired infections occur at higher rates in low- and middle-income countries, like India, than in high-income countries. Effective implementation of infection control practices is crucial to...

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