Ariz. hospitals work to prevent hospital-acquired infections

Hospitals in Arizona are joining health care facilities around the U.S. in ramping up efforts to prevent hospital-acquired infections among patients through stricter implementation of hand hygiene and disinfecting of rooms and equipment. One study initiated by Peter Pronovost of Johns Hopkins Hospital suggests that empowering nurses to alert doctors about violations of proper procedures is one of the best weapons against health care-related infections.

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