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What sort of precautions are taken to prevent staphylococcal infections in nosonomial settings?
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Dr. Arthur Balin
Dermatology
In brief: Nosocomial
Nosocomial means hospital acquired.
The most important precaution is to use frequent hand washing anytime a patient is seen and between patients. For some types of infections, such as MRSA a private room with gowns and gloves and other protective gear may be needed.

In brief: Nosocomial
Nosocomial means hospital acquired.
The most important precaution is to use frequent hand washing anytime a patient is seen and between patients. For some types of infections, such as MRSA a private room with gowns and gloves and other protective gear may be needed.
Dr. Arthur Balin
Dr. Arthur Balin
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Dr. Indu Lal
Pediatrics
In brief: Universal protection
Hand washing in between patients, use of proper protective gears.

In brief: Universal protection
Hand washing in between patients, use of proper protective gears.
Dr. Indu Lal
Dr. Indu Lal
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