Helping to eliminate healthcare associated infections

Posted February 13, 2010
Kimbery Clark has partnered nationwide with doctors and hospitals to help staff and management on the front lines about the best practices and guidelines to help reduce healthcare associated infections (HAI's)According to the World Health Organization (WHO), at any point in time, 1.4 million people worldwide suffer from infections acquired in hospitals. A Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report published in March-April 2007 estimated the number of U.S. deaths from healthcare associated infections in 2002 at 98,987.To learn more about the impact of healthcare-associated infections for both medical professionals and patients, please visit
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