Infection Control Issues in the Environment of Care
Joint Commission Resources, 2005 - Medical - 160 pages
Disease-causing organisms result in nearly two million infections in hospitals each year and nearly 88,000 patients die as a result. The text addresses the unique infection control issues within the environment of care for all health care settings.
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