Prevention/Innovation Key To Driving Down Hospital Infections
The US market for infection control and biosafety products will see strong growth ahead as hospitals continue the battle against health care-associated infections with innovative products and services designed to prevent needlesticks, nosocomial infections, and the spread of antibiotic-resistant organisms.
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