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Infection Control Is A Scientific And Practical Approach

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Date6/15/2021 7:03:55 AM
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Effective infection control has been defined as the systematic practice adopted to reduce the risks of disease spread. It is implemented through policies and practices to ensure the prevention of the spread of diseases and their symptoms to other healthcare workers and to other patients in health care settings. Effective infection control has been regarded as an essential element in achieving good patient care. It has been proven that when the risks of infections are reduced, the resulting quality of patient care improves. Prevention of infections can be achieved by avoiding or reducing the opportunity for infections to occur. Prevention can be achieved by enhancing infection control awareness at every stage of the development of an infection, right from the source of acquisition to its final presentation in a healthcare setting.

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