The use of Antimicrobials to reduce healthcare-associated infections

Do they help reduce healthcare-associated infections?

This report concerns the use of antimicrobials in hospital furnishings to reduce healthcare-associated infections. It presents the problem of healthcare-associated infections and then provides information on how the use of antimicrobials can be a possible solution through such approaches as textured surfaces, coating technology, and metallic compounds, among others.
  • Language: English
  • Released: March 2016
  • Source(s): Health Care Without Harm
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