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.
Bacteria and germs are lurking all around the hospital. Keep yourself safe!
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?
A hospital is a place for patients to heal, where healthcare professionals work, families mourn or rejoice, and so much more. A risk that is living while all of this is happening? This is called, Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs).
While no one wants to end up there, but many of us have taken a trip to the hospital at one point or another. These are some trends currently being used in designing a pediatric healthcare facility!
Design Helps Keep Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) To A Minimum
The truth about Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) and the best surfaces to prevent them!