March 26, 2014
| One in 25 patients has an infection acquired during hospital stay, CDC says
One in 25 patients in U.S. hospitals has an infection acquired as part of his or her care despite modest progress in controlling those pathogens inside medical facilities, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Wednesday in its most comprehensive look at a stubborn and lethal health-care problem. Read article »
Source: The Washington Post
Hospitals are known for wiping down surfaces and workstations with anti-bacterial wipes after use, but as soon as the next person comes along, or somebody in slightly more of a hurry, or slightly less diligent at cleaning, that good work goes to waste. Hospitals need Germ-O-Gard, the only hospital grade, anti-bacterial, hard surface disinfectant that lasts on surfaces for weeks and months, efficiently killing germs that cause hospital acquired infections all the while.