Practical Guide Book for Hospital Infection Risk Assessment, Prevention & Control

by Basarkar Shishir
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Author/Editor Basarkar Shishir
ISBN 9789352501144
Speciality Hospital Administration
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/12838
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2016
Pages 287
Book Type Professional
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The book deals with the Practical Guide Book for Hospital Infection Risk Assessment, Prevention and Control”. The book is written by making an effort to getting in-depth knowledge about the risk assessment of infection and the precautions, governance and audit methodologies to make a comprehensive document. This edition of the book will try to fill the gap in the knowledge, attitude and practice in the area of infection prevention and control practices in every healthcare facility and also in clinics, nursing homes and students of medical, nursing and hospital management. This book provides charts and process flow diagrams to make the concept easy to understand. At the end, various supplements have been given which are covering various areas of infection prevention and control practices and these will help to be taken as ready-reckoner to understand the issues. This book is divided into four sections which comprise total 14 cases. The first section deals with the basics of infection risk assessment, prevention and control. The second section discusses the standard and transmission-based (additional) precautions. Section third focuses on the clinical governance and organizational support. Finally, section fourth discusses the infection prevention and control audit methodology.

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