There is strong evidence of the effectiveness of single rooms in minimising risks of healthcare-associated infections.
What does HAI stand for?
HAI stands for Healthcare-Associated Infections
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We have 147 other meanings of HAI in our Acronym Attic
- Hawaii Association of Health Underwriters
- Heads of Aboriginal Health Units (Australia)
- Helicopter Advanced Health and Usage Monitoring System
- Household and Agricultural Hazardous Waste
- Hamamatsu Agency for Innovation (Shizuoka, Japan)
- Handbook of Artificial Intelligence
- Healing Arts Institute (Fort Collins, CO)
- Health Action International
- Health Alliance International (University of Washington)
- Healthcare-Acquired Infection
- Helicopter Association International
- Hellenic Aerospace Industry
- HelpAge International (UK)
- Hemagglutination Inhibition (Immune assay type, microbiology)
- Hepatic Activity Index
- Hepatic Arterial Infusion (therapy)
- Higgenbotham Auctioneers International (Lakeland, FL)
- High Altitude Indoctrination
- High-Current Arc Ignition
- High-Level Analog Input
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 RA969 McGuckin, a patient safety advocate associated with a healthcare advisory company, provides a guide for patients to preventing healthcare-associated infections transmitted in hospitals.
The ACSQHC is currently developing national initiatives to reduce healthcare-associated infections and plans to implement new 'Australian Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Infection in Healthcare' later this year.
A report, published yesterday, said that without a change in direction the risk to patients from healthcare-associated infections and the burden on the NHS will continue.
This is an extremely important issue for patients and they need to know that everything possible is being done to protect them from healthcare-associated infections.
This is an extremely important issue for patients and they need to know that everything is being done to protect them from healthcare-associated infections.
To reduce healthcare-associated infections, clinical areas cannot put up decorations that cannot be cleaned.
Professor Peter Borriello, the director of the HPA's Centre for Infections, said: "The reduction of healthcare-associated infections is a big challenge throughout the world and the falls we are seeing in cases of MRSA bloodstream infections demonstrate the huge efforts being made by NHS staff to tackle these infections.