Hospitals work hard each and every day of the year to heal vulnerable patients. With many patients comes many medical supplies, but medical supplies must be reused and cleaned after each patient to ensure proper sanitation. However, this is not always the case, as hospital acquired infections (HAI’s) account for 99,000 deaths in United States hospitals each yea
As hospital acquired infections affect more than a million people a year, you might start to rethink if these medical instruments are actually “sterile.” The sterilization process of these instruments are so crucial, and even the slightest mess up could reverse the whole thing completely, making the supplies contaminated with bacteria, fungi, viruses and more!
These are all the benefits of installing FlowCARE’s nurse server into any medical facility.
In 2017, more than 119,000 people contracted Staph bloodstream infection and nearly 20,000 died from this infection in the United States alone. These are the prevention methods and technology on the market that can help and possibly prevent the spread of hospital acquired infections from patients to patients.
These are five more facts about those germs and bacteria living in your hospital room!
Bacteria and germs are lurking all around the hospital. Keep yourself safe!
Notice your medical not working lately? Bacteria in your bloodstream and body could have developed a resistance to this medication! How does this happen?
A patient goes in for a simple procedure or surgery and days later is readmitted because of a sickness or infection. An issue this common poses another problem: how can healthcare professionals stop the spread of HAIs in hospitals?
A hospital or clinic remodels a facility wing or builds a new one from the ground up. All the newest gadgets are installed into the build. But, what about storage?