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Hygiene Knowledge Center

6 Reasons Your Coworkers Want You to Stay Home When You’re Sick. Period.

Whatever it is, it’s wetter than a cough and louder than a sneeze. It just can’t be good. And that’s only one reason why you should stay home when you’re sick.

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HAIs: Costing Everyone Too Much
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Clostridium Difficile:
The Infection That Draws Its Name From Difficult
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What's the Cost of Disaster Preparation in Healthcare?

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Answers to Your Questions about Zika Virus

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Technology Tracking and Hand Hygiene Compliance

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Hand dryers characterized as “germ spreading machines”?

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Being sustainable is more than making products from recycled fiber. It’s more than designing dispensers that help reduce waste. It’s about creating products that serve a useful function for society — that make sense economically and are practical for today’s fast-paced world.

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Did You Know?

Approximately 1 in 25 hospitalized patients acquires an HAI

Each year, 5% to 20% of U.S. residents acquire an influenza virus infection, and many will seek medical care in ambulatory healthcare settings

HAIs are one of the top 10 leading causes of death in the U.S.

Healthcare workers’ hand hygiene compliance rate is (on average) 40%

The most advanced medical care won’t work if clinicians don’t prevent infections through basic things such as regular hand hygiene.
-Tom Frieden, M.D., M.P.H.
CDC Director