Why a doctor's white coat could be contributing to the spread of harmful bacteria The honorary white coat most doctors wear is a symbol of their profession, showcasing their doctorness and clout. Patients actually prefer their doctors to dress in a white coat, perhaps because it helps the professional stand out in appearance alone. (We
Global Hospital Acquired MRSA Infections outlook through 2028 has been published and is now available to purchase from PioneerReports.com The market report provides an overview of the Hospital Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Infections by providing the disease overview, definition, classification, symptoms, etiology, pathophysiology, and diagnostic methods. It also covers the detailed treatment approaches and
Will you wash your sheets and towels on April 15 to protect your skin and get rid of gross bacteria? Did you know National Laundry Day is April 15? Many would love to be able to say, “Alexa fold the laundry,” or “Alexa wash the towels.” The chore of getting laundry done can be time-consuming
Protecting Against Campus Infections and Viruses High school graduation is over, and your adult age child is ready for college. The summer will go by fast while prepping for dorm or off-campus living. While your child is ready to spread their wings, having some real-world conversations about their health is important. Without having mom or
Infection Control Study in Ghana Hospitals Show Door Handles Often Shelter MRSA A new study (published May 10, 2016) in Antimicrobial Resistance & Infection Control shows the need for better protocols when it comes to the cleaning of hospital door handles. Eight samples were positive with MRSA, and were resistant to at least four antibiotics. The scary part, one
New Technologies are the Driving Factor for the Hospital Acquired Infection Market ROCKVILLE, Md., March 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Kalorama Information, the global hospital acquired infection control market was worth about $16.0 billion in 2016. This market focuses on nosocomial infections, infections that develop in patients during hospitalization or during stays at health facilities.
PRESS RELEASE: Source PR Newswire The FDA announced approval of a 1-hour swab test to detect MRSA on Monday, December 19th. MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is a type of staph bacteria that is resistant to many antibiotics that has posed significant threats to patients and athletes for over a decade. The announcement of approval for