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Core Curriculum Slides

Infection Control in Health Care Settings

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Slide 81: Infection Control in Health Care Settings.  Click for larger version.
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Infection Control in Health Care Settings

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Slide 82: Infectiousness.  Click for larger version.
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Infectiousness

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Slide 83: Infectiousness (cont.).  Click for larger version.
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Infectiousness (cont.)

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Slide 84: Infection Control Measures.  Click for larger version.
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Infection Control Measures

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Slide 85: Administrative Controls.  Click for larger version.
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Administrative Controls

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Slide 86: Administrative Controls (cont.).  Click for larger version.
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Administrative Controls (cont.)

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Slide 87: Engineering Controls.  Click for larger version.
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Engineering Controls

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Slide 88: Personal Respiratory Protection.  Click for larger version.
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Personal Respiratory Protection

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Released October 2008
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