Decreasing Surgical Site Infections by Keeping the Operating Room Doors Closed

Operating rooms have specific air flow patterns and pressures, if the doors are opened, it decreases antimicrobial impact. This can put patients at risk for increased surgical site infections.

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Work Title Decreasing Surgical Site Infections by Keeping the Operating Room Doors Closed
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  1. Julie Anna Denison
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  1. air flow
  2. information literacy
  3. Shenango
  4. Undergraduate Research Award
  5. laminar
  6. surgical site infections
  7. operating room doors
License CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)
Work Type Poster
Deposited May 13, 2020

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