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How to Maintain Food Safety in Hospitals

What is food safety? Food safety means the way food is handled, prepared, and stored to prevent subsequent food-borne illnesses and product contamination. Food-borne diseases result from a lack of food safety in health care. Outbreaks because of issues related to food safety of health care institutions like hospitals are just unpleasant, and in the worst case, they are life-threatening. Food safety includes practices that ensure that the food provided is consumed safely. Why is food safety important? Due to the nature...

Disinfecting High-Risk Hospital Surfaces With the Help of Technology

Here is How You Can Disinfect High-Risk Hospital Surfaces with Technology One of the critical issues that patients and hospitals face is keeping the hospital clean. The cause of infections from the hospital surfaces can be attributed to various facts like non-uniform cleaning practices adopted throughout the world, quality of the products used, and the training offered to the hygiene personnel may vary from place to place. Although the proof states that hospital surfaces are a primary cause of infections,...

The Dos and Dont’s of Managing Bio-Medical Waste in Hospitals

Introduction - The Meaning of Bio-Medical Waste Biomedical waste means solid and liquid waste, including containers and intermediate products, generated in the diagnosis, treatment, immunization, or related research, manufacture, or testing of humans or animals. These components' biological and physicochemical properties, potential hazards, and toxicity are different, and their treatment/disposal requires different methods/options. Biomedical waste classification  Biomedical waste was divided into the following different categories. Ingredients of biomedical waste Human anatomical waste includes organs, body parts, tissues, etc.)Animal waste, during research/experiment, from veterinary...

Best Practices to Avoid Infection Outbreaks in Hospitals

Prevention Guideline for Nosocomial Infections Introduction Hospitals and healthcare institutions are places where the environment is safe and caring to enable the patients to get better. However, ground realities state that one in every 31 patients at a healthcare facility acquires at least one nosocomial infection, says CDC. The irony has been established; there is a need to actively practice hygiene and sanitization measures to ensure that hospital-acquired diseases stay as low as practically possible. There are specific guidelines to help healthcare...

Ensuring Safety of Employees in Hospitals During a Pandemic

Healthcare Workforce Safety: Steps to Make Healthcare and Medical Establishments Safe for Employees During a Pandemic Introduction Health workers are the first line of defense against medical emergencies. The coronavirus outbreak recently in 2020 (which still hasn’t subsided yet) saw an unprecedented need for the medical attention required for patients, and healthcare workers proved their significance yet again. With that said, caregivers in the healthcare industry face the highest risks and work under extreme pressure to ensure safety and comfort for...

Hospital-Acquired Infections (HAIs): What Are They?

Hospital Acquired Infections or HAIs are infections that patients receive during the treatment of medical or surgical conditions, out of which many are preventable. Modern medicine and invasive devices and procedures used in medical procedures such as catheters and ventilators can cause these HAIs. HAI is a significant cause of morbidity and is associated with a substantial increase in medical costs each year. HAI affects 1 in 25 inpatients in the United States at a time, and at least 1...
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