Reducing the risk of healthcare-acquired infection
Evonne Curran Area Infection Control Nurse, Department of Public Health, Glasgow
Many patients experience increased hospital stays, poor health outcomes, or die each year, as a result of healthcare-acquired infections. Evonne Curran discusses the most common types of infection and suggests how nurses can minimise the risks of infection in clinical settings.
16, 1, 45-52.
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