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Healthcare associated infections are infections that someone has developed,as a direct result of receiving healthcare.Occasionally, carers or others providing healthcare may develop HCAIs.
The Public Health Agency (PHA)�has a lead role in protecting the population from infection and environmental hazards through a range of core functions including communicable disease surveillance and monitoring, operational support...
C.difficle surveillance report quarter July-September 2015 .pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter April-June 2015.pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter January - March 2015.pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter ending Oct - Dec 2014.pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter ending...
Charts showing E.coli and ESBL Bacteraemias in Northern Ireland, by quarter, from 2005 to 2014.
The following suite of nine leaflets for patients and visitors to healthcare settings include information on healthcare associated infections, C. difficile, MRSA, norovirus, scabies, ESBL resistant bacteria, multi-drug resistant bacteria and laundry and hand hygiene guidance.
�This leaflet provides information on�Hepatitis�B - how the virus�is spread,�the symptoms of the virus and treatment available.
Information for patients and visitors on C. difficile infection and how to help prevent the spread of infection.Accessible formatsThe below document is available as a pdf and in accessible formats. Accessible formats are alternatives to printed information, used by people who are blind or visually...
Information for patients and visitors on MDR bacteria and how to help prevent the spread of infection.Accessible formatsThe below document is available as a pdf and in accessible formats.�Accessible formats are alternatives to printed information, used by people who are blind or visually impaired....
Information for patients and visitors on extended spectrum beta lactamase (ESBL) resistant bacteria and how to help prevent the spread of infection.Accessible formatsThe below document is available as a pdf and in accessible formats. Accessible formats are alternatives to printed information, used...
This�leaflet is part of an extension of the cleanyourhands campaign, aimed at preventing the spread of healthcare associated infections (HCAIs) in community healthcare settings including primary care and dental services, residential and nursing homes (including independent sector homes), hospices...

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