Hospitals target infections with new safety steps

05/17/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Hospital intensive care units across the country are reducing the number of accidental infections thanks to simple steps designed to prevent contamination of catheters. The safety procedures, which include the use of barriers and more frequent hand washing, are credited with reducing or even eliminating infections in some hospitals in recent years.

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