MRSA Management Takes Leadership



Best practices for controlling the in-hospital transmission of the drug-resistant staph infection  Staphylococcus aureus don't hinge exclusively on costly or complicated measures. Rather, they call for strong leadership and a disciplined staff.



1 comments on "MRSA Management Takes Leadership"
Joan (1/20/2011 at 8:45 AM)

Most often overlooked is many pathogens are airborne and filtration alone will not kill them. In Wladyslaw Jan Kowalski's book it states " Airborne MRSA plays a role in colonization of nasal cavities and in respiratory tract MRSA infections." Photocatalytic Oxidation is the technology used in air purification that will significantly reduce airborne pathogens. PCO destroys VOCs and Microbes.

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