Top 10 infection control stories, July 13-17

Nursing hazards, rabbit fever and a new surgeon complication rates database captured the attention of infection control and clinical quality readers last week.

The following are the 10 most read infection control and clinical quality articles from Becker's Hospital Review for the week of July 13, starting with the most popular.

1. Medical error leads to change at UVM Medical Center

2. 4 common nursing hazards demanding hospitals' attention

3. Your mobile phone may be 'patient zero' for hospital infections

4. ProPublica launches Surgeon Scorecard outcomes database

5. UMC in Texas stops elective surgeries after issues in sterile processing department

6. New naming system for NICU babies can reduce medical errors, study shows

7. How UV disinfection affects C. diff: 3 study findings

8. Rabbit fever cases on the rise in Colorado: 5 things to know

9. 5 strategies to reduce distraction in the OR

10. Hospitals struggle to implement 8 NQF-endorsed safe practices, Leapfrog finds

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