Video observation of sharps handling and infection control practices during routine companion animal appointments

@inproceedings{Anderson2015VideoOO,
  title={Video observation of sharps handling and infection control practices during routine companion animal appointments},
  author={Maureen E. C. Anderson and J Scott Weese},
  booktitle={BMC Veterinary Research},
  year={2015}
}
BackgroundInfection control in veterinary clinics is important for preventing pathogen spread between patients, staff and the public. There has been no direct evaluation of the use of many basic infection control practices, including sharps handling, environmental cleaning, and personal protective clothing (PPC), in companion animal clinics. The objective of this study was to describe these and other infection control practices associated with routine companion animal appointments in veterinary… CONTINUE READING

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