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CRE Contamination of Endoscopes: Florida Facilities Report Infections
With the recent increase in reports of contamination, infection and several deaths as a result of the "superbug" known as carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), the federal government is taking immediate steps to improve the reprocessing processes o...
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Infection Control Consultant Phenelle Segal to Present at 2015 Florida Society of Ambulatory Surgical Centers Conference
Phenelle Segal, RN, CIC, President of Infection Control Consulting Services (ICCS), will be presenting a session at the 2015 Florida Society of Ambulatory Surgical Centers (FSASC) Quality and Risk Management Conference in Orlando on April 9, 2015. The prese...
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Central Florida Hospitals Recognize Achievement in Infection Prevention Reduction
The importance of a commitment by organizational leadership to improving "best practices" in infection prevention is evident as two large hospital systems in Central Florida have reported major changes in their infection rates for 2013-2014, according to an...
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Phenelle Segal of Infection Control Consulting Services Presents on Emerging Communicable Diseases at AORN Chapter Meeting
Phenelle Segal, president of Infection Control Consulting Services, recently delivered a presentation to the AORN chapter in South Palm Beach, Florida, titled "Emerging Communicable Diseases." The objective of the presentation was to provide general informa...
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Hospital-Acquired Infections in Florida: CDC Data
The federal government has gained strength over the years in promoting transparency within hospitals with respect to many patient safety factors that include prevention of infections. Mandates for public reporting have been in effect for several years natio...
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Flu Activity Increases in Florida
Flu activity is off to an early start in the state of Florida, particularly in the pediatric population as evidenced by information reported via the Florida Flu Review . Between October 1 and November 22, an antigenic difference in the circulating influenza...
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