Recommendations for Infection Control for the Practice of Anesthesiology
American Society of Anesthesiologists, 1992 - Infection - 33 pages
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Prevention of Infection During Insertion and Maintenance
Protection of the Immunosuppressed Patient
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administration sets Anaesth Soc anesthesia equipment anesthesia machine Anesthesiology anesthetic AORN aseptic technique bacteremia become contaminated blood body fluids breathing circuits cannula catheter insertion catheter-related Centers for Disease central venous catheter Chemical disinfection cleaned and disinfected Craven cross-infection discarded Disease Control disinfection Eckenhoff endospores Engl exposure extrinsic contamination Favero filters gloves Guidelines for prevention handwashing health care worker Hepatitis B Vaccine hepatitis B virus human immunodeficiency virus immune immunosuppressed patient Infect Control 1986 infusion inhalation therapy equipment intravenous JAMA laser Maki DG mechanical ventilation MMWR Moulin GC multidose vials multiple patients multiple-dose needle Noninjectable Drugs nosocomial infections parenteral pathogens potential prevention of nosocomial procedure that kills prospective study Rationale and Interpretive Recommendations for preventing respiratory therapy reuse of disposable Rev Respir risk Roberts RB routine saliva sepsis Simmons BP Single-use skin Society of Anesthesiologists Stopcocks surgical syringe transmission of human tubing Universal precautions viral