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Hard-to-clean privacy curtains in hospitals and nursing homes worldwide may be contaminated with deadly drug-resistant bugs, according to findings to be presented Saturday at an infectious diseases conference.Hard-to-clean privacy curtains in hospitals and nursing homes worldwide may be contaminated with deadly drug-resistant bugs, according to findings to be presented Saturday at an infectious diseases conference.

Privacy curtains could be reservoir of deadly bacteria: Study - Health - The Jakarta Post

They’re used to give hospital patients privacy in shared rooms, but bedside curtains may be harbouring dangerous drug-resistant germs for months at a time, according to new research.They’re used to give hospital patients privacy in shared rooms, but bedside curtains may be harbouring dangerous drug-resistant germs for months at a time, according to new research.

Hospital privacy curtains harbour antibiotic-resistant germs: study | CTV News

Patients are frequently contaminated with the same MDRO as their privacy curtain, researchers found. Patients are frequently contaminated with the same MDRO as their privacy curtain, researchers found.

Hospital curtains often contaminated with drug-resistant bacteria: study - National | Globalnews.ca

PARIS, April 12 — Hard-to-clean privacy curtains in hospitals and nursing homes worldwide may be contaminated with deadly drug-resistant bugs, according to findings to be presented tomorrow at an infectious diseases conference. More than a fifth of 1,500 samples taken from six post-acute care...PARIS, April 12 — Hard-to-clean privacy curtains in hospitals and nursing homes worldwide may be contaminated with deadly drug-resistant bugs, according to findings to be presented tomorrow at an infectious diseases conference. More than a fifth of 1,500 samples taken from six post-acute care...

Privacy curtains could be reservoir of deadly bacteria, study reveals | Life | Malay Mail

Hard-to-clean privacy curtains in hospitals and nursing homes worldwide may be contaminated with deadly drug-resistant bugs, according to findings to be presented Saturday at an infectious diseases conference.

Privacy curtains could be reservoir of deadly bacteria: study

Health News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - PARIS - Hard-to-clean privacy curtains in hospitals and nursing homes worldwide may be contaminated with deadly drug-resistant bugs, according to findings to be presented on Saturday (April 13) at an infectious diseases conference. More than a fifth of 1,500 samples taken from six post-acute care nursing facilities in the United States were laced with one or more dangerous bacteria, including the hospital bug MRSA, researchers found.. Read more at AsiaOne

Privacy curtains at hospitals could be reservoir of deadly bacteria: Study, Health News - AsiaOne

This weekend researchers from the University of Michigan will present evidence linking multidrug-resistant organisms (MDROs) to patient privacy curtains at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases. These curtains are used in healthcare facilities around the world and infrequently cleaned.They're "cumbersome to change, disinfect, and clean."

Dangerous Drug-Resistant Germs Found in Hospital Privacy Curtains | Inverse

A University of Michigan study of curtains used in 625 specialists wards found more than one in five were harbouring MRSA or other killer bacteria.A University of Michigan study of curtains used in 625 specialists wards found more than one in five were harbouring MRSA or other killer bacteria.

Hospital privacy curtains are breeding grounds for deadly superbugs | Daily Mail Online

PARIS, France (AFP) — Hard-to-clean privacy curtains in hospitals and nursing homes worldwi...

Hospital privacy curtains could be reservoir of deadly bacteria — study

Next time you touch a patient privacy curtain, you may want to wash your hands.Next time you touch a patient privacy curtain, you may want to wash your hands.

Study Finds Hospital Privacy Curtains Contaminated By MRSA | WWJ Newsradio 950

The London Economic | Privacy curtains around hospital beds are breeding grounds for deadly superbugs | LifestyleThey are commonly contaminated with multidrug-resistant organisms (MDROs) that can spread to patients

Privacy curtains around hospital beds are breeding grounds for deadly superbugs