Nosocomial or Hospital Acquired Infection and Control

Nosocomial infection is also known as Hospital-acquired infection (HAI) is an infection that is acquired in a health care facility or in a hospital. Such an infection can be acquired in a nursing home, in hospital, outpatient clinic, rehabilitation facility or other clinical settings. Infection is spread to the vulnerable patient by various means in a clinical setting. Medical services staff can spread the disease in addition to the equipment that is contaminated, air droplets of the infectious person or bed linens. Measures of infection control incorporate distinguishing patients at risk of nosocomial infections, following standard precautions to decrease transmission and systems to reduce CR0BSI, VAP and environmental factors and engineering spread out additionally should be accentuated upon.

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