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Read your labels: A friendly but stern reminder from infection control specialists

Medical Environment Update, July 27, 2017

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All healthcare settings need to be cleaned regularly. That’s true whether you’re fighting infection in a doctor’s office, an outpatient surgery center, or any other facility. But no amount of regularity can compensate for incorrect cleaning. That’s why infection control experts say you should always read the labels on your cleaning supplies to verify that you’re using the right product the right way.

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