Infection Prevention and Control Resources
Each healthcare facility has unique and specific challenges associated with infection prevention and control.
- Accredited Continuing Education Webinars
- CDC Campaigns
- Infection Control Assessment Tools
- Protecting Healthcare Personnel
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Occupational Health
- Post-Exposure Management
- Resources by Healthcare Setting
- Sponsored Resources
- Infection Prevention Organizations
- Infection Control Professional Certifications
Each Healthcare Facility has Unique and Specific Challenges
Healthcare providers may also approach infection control differently based on their professional backgrounds, the scope of practice, and educational preparation. This portal serves as a repository for accredited continuing education webinars, manufacturer-specific resources and educational programs, blogs, podcasts, and national campaigns from the CDC.
Accredited Continuing Education Webinars
Infection Control Assessment Tools
Protecting Healthcare Personnel
Personal Protective Equipment
Resources by Healthcare Setting
Medegen Sponsored Resources
Patient infection prevention requires vigilance with established OR and patient care procedures that include cleaning and disinfecting. Hospital systems rely on biohazard waste bags for collection, containment, isolation and transport of biohazard patient cleanup, procedure and OR materials. Medegen® Biohazard waste bags are a critical part of any infection prevention program.
Medegen® Autoclavable Biohazard waste bags are a critical part of any infection prevention program with the added benefit that the waste can be steam sterilized IN the bag prior to disposal. Collection and isolation of biohazardous patient cleanup and OR materials is a key part of preventing patient infection.
Laundry and Linen Bags
Patient soiled linens can be a source of infection. Fast soiled linen removal and isolation, replacement and patient cleanup are important parts of any infection prevention program. Medegen® Soiled Linen Bags give nurses and orderlies a way to collect and isolate soiled linens to prevent patient exposure.