Category: "HAIs"

8 Posts Tagged "HAIs"

3 Reasons You Should Automate

3 Reasons You Should Automate

There are at least three solid reasons for making the change to automation and propelling your healthcare facility into the future.

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Do TEE Probe Handles Need to be Cleaned?

Do TEE Probe Handles Need to be Cleaned?

When reprocessing TEE probes, the focus is on ensuring that the probe shaft is properly bedside cleaned, cleaned, and high-level disinfected. But what about the TEE probe handle and the cables?

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Top 5 National Patient Safety Goals for 2020

Top 5 National Patient Safety Goals for 2020

The Joint Commission (TJC) has released its National Patient Safety Goals for 2020. According to TJC, these goals are developed in an effort to improve patient safety in hospitals in the coming year.

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Are Standard Operating Procedures Necessary?

Are Standard Operating Procedures Necessary?

Standard operating procedures (SOPs) can save the day at your healthcare facility and even save lives.

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Reducing the Risk of Biofilm

Reducing the Risk of Biofilm

When biofilm forms on a device, like a transesophageal echocardiogram ultrasound (TEE) probe, it is nearly impossible to remove and can endanger patient safety.

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The Cost of HAIs

The Cost of HAIs

Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) place a huge financial burden on facilities, can have enormous impacts on a provider’s reputation, and put financial and emotional strain on patients.

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Creating Adequate Reprocessing Instructions

Creating Adequate Reprocessing Instructions

by Accuratus Lab Services
Why TEE Complete Care® is so important: An insightful white paper that discusses the need for an evidence based scientific approach to HAI reduction.

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White Paper: Why Infections Happen

White Paper: Why Infections Happen

TEE Probe Overview & Challenges

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