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How Nanoparticles Can Prevent The Spread Of Infection

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How Nanoparticles Can Prevent The Spread Of Infection

Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) continue to pose a threat on the patients within our healthcare systems. HAIs arise in any healthcare facility, predominantly in the ones listed below, and can often lead to deadly outcomes. Ambulatory surgical centers Acute care hospitals Long-term care facilities (i.e. nursing homes, etc.) Outpatient care facilities Dialysis facilities Although worldwide data pertaining to HAIs is relatively hard to attain and therefore not updated frequently, a document published by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2002 estimated that 1.4 million people worldwide suffer from infectious complications acquired in hospitals. More recently in 2015, the Center for Disease...

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Free Shipping Announcement

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FREE SHIPPING  For a limited time only, we are offering FREE SHIPPING on ALL ORDERS*with discount code FREESHIP20& All products are 20% OFF online    Our Customer Success Representatives are here to answer any questions regarding our current offers, general product inquiries, or customization needs. We remain 100% fully operational and are here to help in any way we can!    *Free Shipping Offer is only available for purchases made on www.buytalon.com and does not apply to prior purchases or open orders. Offer ends July 31, 2020 at 11:59PM. Not valid for Alaska, Caribbean Islands, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or countries outside Canada and the...

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Pediatric Crash Carts: What is a Pediatric Crash Cart and how is it used?

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Pediatric Crash Carts: What is a Pediatric Crash Cart and how is it used?
In emergency situations every second is crucial and could mean the difference between life or death. Pediatric Crash Carts are organized by color-coded drawers to enable healthcare providers to respond quickly and accurately to resuscitation cases. Learn how Pediatric Crash Carts are organized. 

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Preventing the Spread of Infectious Disease

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Preventing the Spread of Infectious Disease

In 2014 the World Health Organization published an update to the 2007 “Infection Prevention and Control of Epidemic- and Pandemic-Prone Acute Respiratory Infections in Health Care.” This addition is an important one, and especially relevant today, because it includes information and guidelines that were gathered during the H1N1 2009 virus infection and influenza-like illnesses. The updated publication prescribes best practices and recommendations with emphasis on acute respiratory infections (ARI) that manifest as epidemics or a pandemic. The information and prescriptions provided are thorough. Relevant to COVID-19 pandemic, the publication details what has been learned from the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome...

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Effects of COVID-19 on the Healthcare Industry

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Effects of COVID-19 on the Healthcare Industry

COVID-19 has taken a toll on our lives, our economies, and our abilities to live freely. The lives we knew pre-COVID-19 seem like a thing of the past. Now, we wait and continue to hope for a time that we can someday, hopefully soon, call “post-COVID-19.” During these unprecedented circumstances we must be diligently mindful that the burden we carry as we practice social-distancing falls short compared to the burden that is weighing so heavily on our healthcare workers. They are the heroes that are risking their lives to move us forward. The financial ramifications of the pandemic on our...

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