Infection control issues in construction and renovation.

@article{Carter1997InfectionCI,
  title={Infection control issues in construction and renovation.},
  author={Campbell D. Carter and B A Barr},
  journal={Infection control and hospital epidemiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={18 8},
  pages={587-96}
}
Construction or renovation projects in hospitals pose special challenges. Infection control personnel should be involved in all phases of these projects to ensure that patients, visitors, and staff are protected from unnecessary exposure to infectious agents. Infection control personnel must identify the infection risks posed by each project and must plan ways to minimize the risk. Infection control personnel also must ensure that municipal, county, state, and federal infection control… CONTINUE READING

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