SSI Study Results In Press at AJIC

Now available at the American Journal of Infection Control website is an In Press article, "Perioperative participation of orthopedic patients and surgical staff in a nasal decolonization intervention to reduce Staphylococcus spp surgical site infections". This study, which utilized Nozin® 360™ Surgery protocol with Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® antiseptic, demonstrated 81% SSI reduction. The research was conducted at Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington, TX. Quoting from this study: “After implementation of an alcohol-based antiseptic nasal decolonization program in patients and members of our hospital spine surgery group, Staphylococcus spp SSIs were significantly reduced from baseline over the subsequent 15-month period.” The new AJIC article In Press is available for pdf download and will also be published in an upcoming AJIC issue.

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By Phenelle Segal RN, CIC

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