Infection Prevention and Control for Healthcare Facilities - OnDemand

Healthcare associated infections (HAIs) are complications of healthcare which affect, on average, 10 percent of patients admitted to hospitals worldwide, causing 100,000+ deaths annually. Each year, about 1 in 25 U.S. hospital patients is diagnosed with at least one infection related to hospital care alone; additional infections occur in other healthcare settings. Infection prevention and control is the discipline concerned with preventing nosocomial or healthcare-associated infection. It is an essential, though often under- recognized part of the infrastructure of healthcare. This CEU defines HAI’s, reveals the common pathogens and their risk, explains the impact of flooring on HAI’s, addresses the main steps for infection prevention and control, and provides recommendations on both flooring selection and maintenance for healthcare facilities.
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As far as vacuuming carpet in healthcare facilities, it’s important to


Which of the following is NOT TRUE about flooring in a healthcare setting?


Which one of the below surfaces is defined by the CDC and other subject experts as a “Low-Touch” surface?


Which of the following is not a recommended practice for proper maintenance of carpet?


Which of the below statements is not true as it relates to properly maintaining resilient flooring?


Per the CDC and other subject matter experts, is there a recommendation or proven advantage for floors that have fungicidal or bactericidal treatments?
Which of the following are common pathogens in a healthcare setting:


What does “HAI” stand for?


Per the CDC, which of the below Statements are true?


It is recommended to use resilient or hard surface materials in areas where spills are likely to occur and where patients may be at greater risk for infection.