A complete and detailed anti-infection system; The training in this video surveys the entire gamut of practices that will help contain the spread of MRSA, VRE, BBPs, and other HAIs in your healthcare facility.
By following the basic infection control practices outlined in this vital program, your home care workers can protect themselves and their patients from the spread of infection. Covers Work practice controls, and Housekeeping and laundry.
OSHA and Joint Commission require a comprehensive infection control program in all healthcare facilities. In this DVD your employees will learn about the tools needed to break the infection transmission chain.
A Best Seller! Infection Control for Ambulatory Care covers: transmission-based precautions, droplet precautions, placement evaluations, airborne precautions, contact precautions, and work restrictions.
Recent studies show that over 8 million healthcare workers risk infection by Hepatitis B & C, HIV, influenza and tuberculois each day. Protect your staff with the proven infection-prevention measures included in this award winning DVD training program.
According to CDC statistics, HAIs have endangered more a 1 million patient resulting in 90, 000 deaths annually. With this new program, your staff will learn the common HAI causes and detailed prevention measures.
The Centers for Disease Control has reported a resurgence of TB. Anyone, including your employees can contract it and its new drug-resistant strains. Don't take the risk. Help them understand TB and fight against it.
Knowing the rules of Sharp Safety can protect your staff from injury and dangerous exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This program provides a thorough approach to sharps technology, safe handling techniques, and handling and disposing of sharps.
Specifically for non-isolation, the Tuberculosis: Identification & Control for Non-Isolation is a tool you can put to work immediately; not only for the safety of your staff, but to help assure compliance with OSHA.
Many U.S. healthcare workers who have had seroconverted - developed antibodies to HIV following occupational exposures; then developed AIDS. Educate your employees on what they can do to ensure their safety from HIV exposure and infection.