Hospital Privacy Curtains: Cleaning and Changing Policies - Are We Doing Enough?

      The importance of environmental contamination and risk of certain infections in the acute and ambulatory care settings is well known. Hospital privacy curtains have been shown to be contaminated with healthcare-associated pathogens. We sought to investigate the cleaning and changing policies for hospital privacy curtains in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, and Maryland.
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