Articles Tagged with ''bacteria''
Microbiologist Keith Warriner recently conducted a study of hotel cleanliness, including more than 800 "high-touch" spots in six different hotel chains.
Officials at Peterborough Regional Health Centre are saying than an outbreak of the potentially deadly Clostridium difficile (C. diff) bacteria is under control, but still ongoing.
A study published in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology has found that the hands of food preparers and cutting boards are a source of transmission for multi-drug resistant bacteria, such as E. coli that produce extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs).
An ingredient commonly used in antibacterial soaps and other products to kill germs may actually promote the buildup of dangerous bacteria in the nose.
An infection control plan becomes a guide to answer the basic questions of who, what, when, where, how and why.
Restaurant menus may harbor more germs and bacteria than any other surface in foodservice locations.
Two humans can have wildly different bacteria living on their skin, and a study tested whether this bacteria could be recovered from keyboards and computer mice.
Learn more about the presenters for our upcoming Infection Control Tips And Timesavers critical issue webcast.
In hotels, offices, schools and long-term care facilities, contaminated soft surfaces can be a significant challenge.