Alabama hospital leads in reducing infection
The Times Daily, March 27, 2008
Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital is leading the Southeast in reducing the number of urinary tract infections among hospital patients. Commonly, the catherization process has been cited as the reason most people develop infections while in a healthcare facility. Employees at ECM have developed a procedure that reduces the rate of infection by more than half.
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