Hospital sinks: Could the core of many hospitals’ infectious control policies actually be a problem in itself?Shared by:
Sinks have been long thought to be at the core of controlling and preventing the proliferation of bacteria. However, new research suggests otherwise - Sinks have been found to be associated to multiple outbreaks of serious infections in hospitals worldwide. Experts are urging new sink designs to be always tested and other solutions to reduce cross-contamination or development of superbugs.
1 Jan 2017 - General