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Global demand is outpacing supply for some personal protective equipment (PPE) and related products due to the coronavirus outbreak. This increased demand has caused shortages for some PPE and related products. We are allocating supply to customers with previous purchase history of these items. Search results and product pages will indicate which items in the catalog are on allocation.
While peaking during times like flu season, infection prevention is a year-round initiative to help protect patients and staff from infection. A robust infection prevention program includes multiple tactics, ranging from standard precautions like hand hygiene and the use of personal protective equipment (PPS) to environment disinfection and safe injection practices. And while implementing these practices is step one in infection prevention, you also need quality products to back you up. Our McKesson Brands portfolio of products covers all the major areas of infection prevention to help you fight infection throughout your healthcare facility.
New to the McKesson Brands portfolio, our Hygiene Dispensing Station brings the infection prevention essentials together in one convenient dispensing location. Ideal for use in waiting rooms, lobbies and even the exam room, the Hygiene Dispensing Station can be a first line of defense in protecting both patients and staff from infection.
Take the next step in infection prevention and combine these products to fill your McKesson Hygiene Dispensing Station.
1 in 10 patients gets an infection while receiving care1
Infection prevention helps reduce healthcare-acquired infections by at least 30%1
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are a growing problem for the healthcare industry and a major cause of deaths in the U.S. Protect against infections in your exam rooms with infection prevention products and practices that cover these seven major infection prevention zones.
“Mobile surfaces” such as scrubs and white coats can serve as a feeding ground for hungry microbes looking for nutrition, and are often overlooked in a facility’s infection prevention practices. SHEA provides recommendations to help include these mobile surfaces in your infection prevention program.
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