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  • Tags: Infection Prevention and Control

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Creator: NETEC
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2021-07-19
Description: NETEC recommends the “Identify, Isolate, and Inform” strategy. In this article, we provide a quick list of transmission precautions, PPE, waste, and other medical countermeasures.

Breaking the COVID-19 Chain of Infection_esp.pdf
Creator: NETEC
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2020-12-17
Description: This printable flyer is a Spanish language version of "Breaking the COVID-19 Chain of Infection." La cadena de infección demuestra el paso del contagio del coronavirus de persona a persona. Para esparcirse, las conexiones en la cadena deberían de…

Creator: Madad, Syra, and Vikram Mukherjee.
Subject: Emergency Management
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-06-23
Description: As the world focuses on combatting COVID-19, we are reminded once again that dozens of outbreaks of other infection diseases continue to occur. Many of these diseases are endemic like Ebola virus disease (EVD) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo…

Creator: Barksdale, Aaron Nathan, Wesley G. Zeger, Joshua L. Santarpia, Vicki L. Herrera, Daniel N. Ackerman, John J. Lowe, and Michael C. Wadman.
Subject: Physical Infrastructure
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-04-31
Description: As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and highly contagious nature of SARS-CoV-2, emergency departments (EDs) have been forced to implement new measures and protocols to minimize the spread of the disease within their departments. The primary…

Terminal Clean_Emory.pdf
Creator: Emory
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Protocol
Date Last Updated: 2017-09-09
Description: SCOPE:The SCDU follows a defined set of protocols for activation of the Unit. Because the SCDU must be prepared for a wide range of infectious agents, plans exist to respond as appropriate based on the agent and clinical presentation of the patient.…

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Creator: CDC
Subject: Waste Management
Item Type: Hyperlink
Date Last Updated: 2018-09-06
Description: Who this if for: Hospital infection control, occupational health systems, and facility medical waste managers and personnel What this is for: To provide detailed step by step procedures for use with the CDC guidance on Ebola-Associated Waste…

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Creator: CDC
Subject: Physical Infrastructure
Item Type: Hyperlink
Date Last Updated: 2015-01-28
Description: Page Summary Who this is for: State and local health departments and acute care hospitals designated as Ebola treatment centers. What this is for: Guidance to assist state and local health departments and acute care hospitals as they develop…

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Creator: CDC
Subject: Physical Infrastructure
Item Type: Hyperlink
Date Last Updated: 2018-08-30
Description: Page Summary Who this is for: State and local health departments and acute care hospitals that may serve as Ebola assessment hospitals. What this is for: Guidance to assist state and local health departments and acute care hospitals as they…

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Creator: CDC
Subject: Physical Infrastructure
Item Type: Hyperlink
Date Last Updated: 2015-08-28
Description: Page Summary Who this is for: State and local health departments and frontline healthcare facilities (acute care hospitals, and other emergency care settings including urgent care clinics, and critical access hospitals). This guidance does not…

Creator: Adelman, M. W., D. R. Bhamidipati, A. C. Hernandez-Romieu, A. Babiker, M. H. Woodworth, C. Robichaux, D. J. Murphy, S. C. Auld, C. S. Kraft, and J. T. Jacob.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-04-06
Description: Hospitalized patients, particularly those who are critically ill, are at risk for ‘secondary’ infections(1, 2). Initial reports of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 indicate that 10-33% develop bacterial pneumonia(3, 4) and 2-6% develop…