Top 10 infection control stories, June 12-16

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The Food and Drug Administration's list of reusable medical devices with the greatest infection risk, mold in a sink shutting down a California hospital's surgical unit and why the Mayo Clinic owns and operates a 56-bell carillon in Rochester, Minn., captured the attention of readers last week.

Here are the 10 most read articles from Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality for the week of June 12, starting with the most popular.

1. FDA publishes list of reusable medical devices with greatest infection risk

2. California hospital closes surgical unit after mold found in sterilization sink

3. 10 healthcare rules patients, staff say should be broken

4. Hospital CEOs' views on quality, safety: 5 findings

5. Why Mayo Clinic owns and operates a 56-bell bell tower

6. 100 patient safety benchmarks | 2017

7. AORN experts respond to study on bouffant use and SSI rates

8. Removing sinks from ICU rooms reduces bacterial colonization, study finds

9. 7 areas of concern for patient safety identified at Atlanta VA hospital

10. Study links bacterial outbreak in hospital NICU to contaminated tap water

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