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Get the latest whitepaper on intraoperative infection prevention strategies for colorectal surgery by infection control expert, Sue Barnes RN, CIC, FAPIC

Learn More About Key Strategies to Reduce Surgical Site Infections (SSIs) in Your Hospital

Eliminate the Culprit

Wound contamination that occurs during surgery is the root cause of SSIs

Zero in on Abdominal Surgeries

Nearly 50% of all abdominal incisions are contaminated during surgery *

Go Beyond the Bundle

Learn how new and effective intraoperative SSI prevention measures can enhance your hospital's existing infection control bundles and programs

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This white paper is sponsored by Prescient Surgical as part of an education program on advances in intraoperative SSI prevention strategies. To learn more about CleanCisionTM and Prescient Surgical, visit prescientsurgical.com 

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Sue Barnes RN, CIC, FAPIC is an independent clinical consultant and was formerly the National Corporate IP Director at Kaiser Permanente.  She is Board certified in infection control and prevention and was granted the designation of Fellow of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (FAPIC) in 2015.

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* Fa-Si-Oen PR, Kroeze F, Verhoef LH, Verwaest C, Roumen RM. Bacteriology of abdominal wounds in elective open colon surgery: a prospective study of 100 surgical wounds. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2005;11(2):155-157. 

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