Nashville General Hospital Study – Acinetobacter


“The fogging of patient rooms of Acinetobacter infected patients with chlorine dioxide at discharge implemented at our hospital led to significant reductions in AcinetobacterHAI rates without the need for intrusive and costly additional interventions.” Incidence of Acinetobacter infection in hospitals has dramatically increased in recent years becoming a significant global problem. (1,2) Nashville General Hospital…

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