Summary of Infection Prevention Practices in Dental Settings- concept hand hygiene board ,ii Note to Readers This document is a summary guide of basic infection prevention recommendations for all dental health care settings. These include traditional settings such as private dental practices, dental clinics, dental schools and educational programsSafety Across the Board (SAB) - HRET HIINSafety Across the Board (SAB) Related Resources, Models, & Approaches To learn more about the Hospital Improvement Innovation Networks (HIINs), click here. Resource maintained and updated by the HIIN SAB Affinity Group (see version control noted in the footer).
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4. HAND HYGIENE 4.1 What are your hands carrying? In any care setting, hand hygiene is the most important activity for preventing the spread of infection from one person to another. Microorganisms found on hands may be categorised as eitherContact Supplier
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