By Denise M. Korniewicz
"The function of this e-book is to supply the fundamental content material approximately an infection keep an eye on for complex perform execs that allows you to ascertain the simplest practices wanted for therapy options."--Preface.
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"The goal of this booklet is to supply the fundamental content material approximately an infection keep an eye on for complicated perform execs so they can make sure the easiest practices wanted for therapies. "--Preface. summary: a qualified reference that mixes examine at the most sensible practices for an infection keep watch over in medical settings with crucial details for complex perform nurses.
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Infection control for advanced practice professionals by Denise M. Korniewicz