Reduction of surgical site infections through education
Michele Lynn Lasley, MSN - Department of Advance Practice Nursing, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA
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The objective of this project was to assess nursing knowledge pertaining to implementation of evidence-based practice to reduce the risk of surgical site infections. Nursing knowledge was assessed prior to and following the delivery of education on monitoring OR traffic, covering the sterile field with sterile drapes, and nasal decolonization.
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