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Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am. 1995 Dec;7(4):703-12.

Management constraints in infection control.

Abstract

Critical care patients are at risk for developing endogenous and exogenous nosocomial infections. Essential components of an infection-control program in the critical care environment are the structural design of the critical care unit and the surveillance, prevention, and control of infection functions. Management strategies include employee infection control and education. Knowledge and education are the most important management tools in the control of infection in the critical care environment.

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