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4 extreme measures taken in the name of infection controlSometimes dental practices make their lives more difficult than they need to.
5 benefits of good infection controlReviewing your office’s infection control protocol will help to ensure the safety of your staff and your patients.
A review of COEfect MinuteWipes and MinuteSpray
A review of COEfect MinuteWipes and MinuteSprayThe CPS Evaluation Team awarded these infection control products a 4-diamond rating.
5 things you should be doing NOW to improve infection controlPaying attention to these details can mean preventing infection risks for both your patients and staff.
5 common mistakes that can ruin your infection control effortsPaying attention to detail is key when it comes to avoiding mishaps.
OSAP launches first dental infection control journal
OSAP launches first dental infection control journalThe journal will contain previously unpublished scholarly articles on clinical practice and education.
September celebrated as Dental Infection Control Awareness Month
September celebrated as Dental Infection Control Awareness MonthThe Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP), a growing community of clinicians, educators, policy makers, consultants and industry representatives who advocate for the Safest Dental Visit™, has designated September as Dental Infection Control Awareness Month (DICAM) to focus on the importance of infection control in dentistry. DICAM is part of a collaborative, practice-facing effort to support dental practitioners and help them communicate to patients the critical role infection control in dentistry plays in preventing the spread of disease.
CDC unveils new guidelines and checklist regarding infection prevention practices in dental settings
CDC unveils new guidelines and checklist regarding infection prevention practices in dental settingsThe CDC releases an important update to the “Infection Prevention Bible” from 2003