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Identification and Characterization of Failures in Infectious Agent Transmission Precaution Practices in Hospitals: A Qualitative Study.

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Summary of "Identification and Characterization of Failures in Infectious Agent Transmission Precaution Practices in Hospitals: A Qualitative Study."

Using personal protective equipment (PPE) and transmission-based precautions are primary strategies for reducing the transmission of infectious agents.

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Name: JAMA internal medicine
ISSN: 2168-6114
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