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Designer Surgical Scrub Caps, Hospital Gowns and StethoSocks Launches its 2009 Healthcare Fashion Season

Designer Patient Hospital Gowns, Surgical Scrub Caps, Bouffant Caps and StethoSocks introduces its 2009 healthcare fashion season with over 151 colorful dazzling fabric prints, all in stock and shipping daily worldwide. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2008 -- Hospi...

Burka Style Inter-faith Gowns For Muslim Patients In UK

NHS has introduced hospital gowns designed for women patients who wish to preserve their modesty for religious reasons.// It was revealed that the NHS bosses in Lancashire have asked a Calderdale firm is to make a new burka-style head-to-toe hospital, ‘Inter-faith’ gown for muslim women patie...

OBP Medical Inc. to Raise the Bar in Patient Care and Satisfaction

...ve, patient friendly, line of disposable underwear for hospitals. Skimpy, revealing, uncovered : all words accurately describing the hospital gowns used by healthcare facilities across the country and yet little is done to address this age-old problem. A patient's sense of privacy and comfort is a...

Swine Flu Continues to Flare Up, CDC Says

... said. Precautions should also include isolating H1N1 swine flu patients in single rooms. And health-care personnel should use gloves, respirators, gowns and eye protection while in a patient's room. Hand-washing should also be practiced, Bell said. Health-care personnel also should stay home if they...

Veterinarians at high risk for viral, bacterial infections from animals

...protective equipment. These reports indicate that veterinarians often fail to routinely use recommended personal protective equipment, such as gloves, gowns and respiratory protection devices. In conversations with veterinarians, the authors learned that veterinarians may neglect to wear protective gear...

UC design innovation: New hope for the hated hospital gown

...cently took on a project to design better hospital gowns in partnership with Hill-Rom Company, Inc., of Bat...o conduct both research and design, looking at the gowns from the point of view of not only patients but al...f the gowns, needs of caregivers when working with gowns and patients' preferences. For instance, Dale M...

MinuteClinic is Educating Consumers About Swine Flu

...ions for infection control at stores and clinics to prevent the spread of any influenza virus, including swine flu. This may include the use of masks, gowns and gloves when appropriate. MinuteClinic health care centers are open seven days a week. Go to www.minuteclinic.com/swineflu or call 866-38...

New Report Shows High C-difficile Infection Rates in U.S. Hospitals

... rates in hospitals are generally less than 50 percent. Other key infection control strategies include using contact precautions, including gloves and gowns with C.-diff. patients and separating them from other patients. Improved cleanliness in hospital wards is also necessary to limit the spread of C.-d...

Intestinal Infection Afflicts 13 of 1,000 Hospital Patients, Infection Rates 6.5 - 20 Times Greater Than Previous Estimates, New Study Says

.... "Hospitals need to be looking for patients with severe diarrhea, and if CDI is suspected, promptly institute appropriate precautions such as gloves, gowns and separating patients, to avoid spreading the infection. Early recognition of CDI is critical so that prevention measures can be implemented." To ...

The N Shapes Up This Summer With the New One-Hour Teen Reality Series, The N's Student Body

...resent their new fashion style and image. In celebration of all their hard work, the magazine will provide a selection of designer tuxedos and evening gowns for all the students to choose from as they get ready to party the night away for an upcoming school dance. "At CosmoGIRL! we encourage girls to fee...
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Nationwide Progress Poll Reveals Increased Efforts by Hospitals to Control MRSA Infection

...ogram to outline activities and procedures to identify MRSA cases; adherence to CDC hand hygiene guidelines; use of contact precautions (e.g., gloves, gowns and separating MRSA patients from other patients); environmental and equipment cleaning and decontamination, especially items that are close to patien...

Survey Finds U.S. Healthcare Facilities Not Doing Enough to Curb MRSA

... to curb MRSA, most wanted their healthcare facilities to screen high-risk patients for MRSA, improve hand hygiene, and increase the use of gloves and gowns with patients who test positive for MRSA. Many hospitals in northern Europe have used these strategies to successfully control MRSA for decades. A...

VA National Campaign Takes Aim at Resistant Staph Infections

...tant organisms, which are difficult to treat with conventional antibiotics. In addition to hand-washing, isolation of infected patients and the use of gowns to prevent spread, the VA initiative focuses on "culture change" among its health care workers to improve awareness of the threat and to make infectio...

Largest National U.S. Healthcare Facility MRSA Study Reveals Infection Rates Eight Times Greater Than Previous Estimates

...ogram to outline activities and procedures to identify MRSA cases; adherence to CDC hand hygiene guidelines; use of contact precautions (e.g., gloves, gowns and separating MRSA patients from other patients); environmental and equipment cleaning and decontamination, especially items that are close to patien...
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Pulse

...se horror film Kairo. Long Island Pulse Magazine December/January 2009 fashion shoot filmed in East Setauket on Long Island. Featuring beautiful gowns from Pamella Roland and Grateful Greyhounds of Long Island! Videography: Kamimart. Photography:... That's according to 60 percent of those taking ...
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If you don't want to fall ill this Christmas, then share a festive kiss but don't shake hands

... published last month in the British Medical Journal which indicated that physical barriers, such as regular handwashing and wearing masks, gloves and gowns may be more effective than drugs in preventing the spread of respiratory viruses such as influenza and SARS. Good hygiene at home prevents organism...

UF researchers kill resistant bugs one bandage at a time

...be chemically bonded to gauze bandages, socks and even hospital bedding and gowns - kills the two most common and harmful types of antibiotic-resistant bacte...time to change or shower, and the substance also could be added to hospital gowns and bedding to stop the spread of resistant bugs, said Schultz, who also se...
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