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Infection Control

Infection Control

An Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) is a multidisciplinary process that focuses on reducing risk from infection throughout facility planning, design, and construction (including renovation) activities. A multidisciplinary team considers:
  • the environment
  • infectious agents
  • human factors
  • the impact of the proposed project.

The team includes, at a minimum, experts in infectious disease, infection control, patient care, epidemiology, facility design, engineering, construction, and safety, as circumstances dictate.

References

Links

Guidelines for Environmental Infection Control in Health-Care Facilities by CDC, 2003

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