Advances in safety and infection control reflect changing times
A guide to creating a sustainable hand hygiene protocol
The authors' research compares three DUWL cleaners—an alkaline peroxide product, a freshly mixed chlorine dioxide product, and a buffer-stabilized chlorine dioxide product—in 16 dental units with ...
Best practices to minimize patient exposure to harmful microorganisms
Investing the time in infection control protocols is well worth it
Implementing procedures that maximize laboratory safety
Self-examination is the first step to ensuring safety
This article aims to discuss and clarify the fundamentals of appropriate hand hygiene in dentistry.
Prevention and control of communicable diseases is an important part of any dental laboratory’s health and safety program.
Increased patient and staff safety are two key advantages
Compendium has compiled Abstracts from key recently published, PubMed-indexed articles in the dental literature on infection control.
Effective hand hygiene while avoiding dermatitis from use of available agents
The article provides questions from readers on exactly who and what is involved with the FDA's medical device registration requirements.
Trends in infectious disease mortality since 1900, and measures taken to reduce it