Single Use Staff Clothing Helps Reduce HAIs

November 2011
Operating Theatre Journal;Nov2011, Issue 254, p7
Academic Journal
The article reports on the findings of the study from the MöInlycke Health Care, which highlights the benefits of single use staff clothing and scrub suits in reducing healthcare associated infections (HAIs).


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