Standard infection control precautions (SICPs) are the basic IPC measures necessary to reduce the risk of spreading pathogens. Much guidance on the practice of SICPs focuses on the clinical setting;...
Effective hand hygiene remains one of the cornerstones of good infection control. Since its conception in 1979, the, originally six-, now seven-stage, handwashing technique (World Health Organization...
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