These are five more facts about those germs and bacteria living in your hospital room!
Bacteria and germs are lurking all around the hospital. Keep yourself safe!
Notice your medical not working lately? Bacteria in your bloodstream and body could have developed a resistance to this medication! How does this happen?
A patient goes in for a simple procedure or surgery and days later is readmitted because of a sickness or infection. An issue this common poses another problem: how can healthcare professionals stop the spread of HAIs in hospitals?
A hospital or clinic remodels a facility wing or builds a new one from the ground up. All the newest gadgets are installed into the build. But, what about storage?
A hospital is a place for patients to heal, where healthcare professionals work, families mourn or rejoice, and so much more. A risk that is living while all of this is happening? This is called, Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs).
A single instrument in a hospital setting could be used hundreds of times for different patients and procedures. If you think about this in detail, it seems pretty gross! This is why sterile storage and the process of sterilizing these instruments is so crucial.
Without these advancements in the healthcare field, there might have never been the field of nursing in the medical world! However, these influential nurses paved the way for the field we know today and organization that are known globally.
While most find today to be about loving your significant other and exchanging gifts out of love; for some, this holiday is a lifeline for their future. Today is National Donor Day! As of right now, there are almost 150,000 people on the waiting list, and every ten minutes someone else is added onto this list.