Top 10 infection control, patient safety stories in April

A list of 25 teaching hospitals with the most safety violations most captured readers' attention in April.

Here are the 10 most-read stories from Becker's Clinical Leadership & Infection Control for last month, beginning with the most popular.

1. 25 teaching hospitals with the most safety violations

2. 27 women at South Carolina hospital develop bacterial infection after surgery: 8 things to know

3. 5 hospitals jump from 'F' to 'A' rating on Leapfrog

4. Johns Hopkins All Children's scales back on surgeries, pauses complicated procedures after baby discharged with needle in heart

5. Texas hospital staff find fetus in dirty linen cart

6. Denver hospital's 18-month infection control breach possibly exposes unknown number to HIV, hepatitis: 3 things to know

7. CDC: Unusually resistant 'nightmare bacteria' stalk US hospitals

8. Where are the 22 Leapfrog 'F' hospitals?

9. Case review reveals more erroneous cancer diagnoses at Wake Forest Baptist

10. Human error source of Denver hospital's sterilization breach

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