Expert consensus points to the presence of dangerous pathogens in the hospital environment as a major cause of hospital acquired infection. Most deaths related to antibiotic resistance happen in healthcare settings such as hospitals and nursing homes. As these institutions become super¬bug seedbeds only persistent and dedicated hospital hygiene can save them from serious liability. This depends on the timely spread of disposable hygiene and hygienically optimized products at the point of attack.
Speakers: Dave Rousse, President, INDA Disposable Medical Products: “Changing the Game in Hospital Acquired Infections,” and Helena Enqvist, President, Enqvist Consulting, “Development Trends in Disposable Medical Products.”
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