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The Chain of Infection
The Chain of Infection The chain comprises of six sequential stages. If any of the links in the chain are missing then an infectious disease is unlikely to be transmitted to a new person. Infection prevention and control protocols are developed from this basic concept. By identifying the components that make up the chain of infection for a specific infection, then by breaking one or more of these links, transmission of the infection is stopped. The components of the chain will vary depending…
One in 25 patients has an infection acquired during hospital stay, CDC says
75,000 people with infections associated with their care died, officials said.
Corporate, Internal, and Employee Communications
Ragan Communications is the leading resource and publisher of information about corporate communications, internal communication and employee communications.
More than a mental health problem
Suicide prevention is everyone’s business. Learn how everyone—from government to education, and the private sector to community organizations—can help prevent suicide.
14 Tips On How To Improve Your Eyesight And Vision Naturally
You can care for your eyes and improve eyesight naturally through simple changes in the diet and lifestyle and with these easy-to-follow Ayurvedic tips.
Protect All the Skin You’re In Infographic
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, but most skin cancers can be prevented. Use a layered approach for sun protection.
CDC Vital Signs monthly report
Epidemiologist must find the sources of outbreaks in order to determine what is causing disease. This graphic demonstrates possibilities as to where they might have originated from.
New Data on Stroke Deaths
Time lost is brain lost. Every minute counts when you or someone you know is having a stroke; that’s why it’s important to act F.A.S.T. and call 9-1-1 right away if you think someone might be having a stroke. New CDC #VitalSigns reminds us about the important stroke warning signs.
Food Safety and Eating Out
Follow CDC’s food safety tips to help prevent food poisoning when eating out—from checking health inspection scores of restaurants to refrigerating your doggie bag.