Ebola is still grabbing most of the headlines, but general infection control stories are finding their way back:
BBC News Health – 10 November, 2014
Hopefully this is a positive turning point in the spread of Ebola.
Technology and Infection Control: The Ebola Outbreak Proves the Need for Modern Medical Infrastructure in the Developing World
Memeburn – 07 November, 2014
Medical experts believe that the Ebola virus could have been contained with more beds, better local education, and proper hydration for the victims who were losing fluids.
Newsitem.com – 10 October, 2014
Dentist loses his license for not sterilizing his dental tools.
Mers Refuses to Leave the Headlines
Reuters – 30 October, 2014
Saudi officials blame lax hospital procedures for the recent surge in cases.
More Sterilization Infection Control Stories that Made the Headlines This Month
The Indy – 26 October, 2014
A hospital in Laguna Beach resumed surgeries after a voluntary suspension after three patients contracted an infection which source couldn’t be identified.
Occupational Health & Safety - 27 October, 2014
Prompted by questions about how to correctly handle Ebola-contaminated biohazardous medical waste, five societies have issued a joint advisory statement to provide guidance to personnel and health care organizations.
Salon – 24 October, 2014
The World Health Organization warns that multidrug-resistant tuberculosis is a global threat.
Gobal – 01 November, 2014
Ebola might be trending on Twitter but Tuberculosis, HIV and Diarrhea are the most deadliest infectious diseases.