Survey: Hospitals are making progress on MRSA

06/18/2008 | Reuters

More than 75% of infection control experts surveyed report that their hospitals have taken additional steps to prevent the drug-resistant superbug methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the past year, such as staff education, aggressive hand-washing, increased use of protective gloves and gowns, and targeted screening. However, more than half of respondents also said their facilities could do more to prevent transmission.

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