Andy Ottum

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We surveyed patients to determine awareness and knowledge regarding risks and consequences of and prevention of surgical site infection (SSI), and we found that 26% of respondents thought that education for SSI prevention could be improved and that 16% could not recall discussing SSI risks and prevention with a health care worker at all. Only 60% of(More)
We surveyed patients to determine awareness and knowledge regarding risks and consequences of a central line and found that most patients were aware of the signs and symptoms and the negative outcomes of central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI). Forty percent thought that education regarding CLABSI could be improved, 22% could not recall(More)
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