M Sri Ratnamani

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Introduction The effective use of disinfectants is part of a multibarrier strategy to prevent health-care–associated infections. In the absence of a regulatory body like EPA in India the disinfectants choice / use becomes more of individual based choice rather than scientific or evidence based. There is little or no awareness or impact of these chemicals on(More)
Introduction India accounts for one-fifth of the global Tuberculosis (TB) incident cases. It is estimated that annually around 330,000 Indians die due to TB.[1] The risk of exposure to Health care workers (HCW) is often overlooked and the hospitals also underplay it. In one of the data published in Lung India 11.2 new cases per 1000 personyears of exposure(More)
Introduction Infection control in the dialysis unit has its own concerns. These patients are prone to Hospital acquired infections due their lowered immune status, repeated hospital admissions and multiple lines. Infection complications include bacterial and blood borne pathogens either by water, equipment or environment. We implemented a few basic(More)
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