Surviving Healthcare Today
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Surviving Healthcare Today: Seems Like Every Patient is Getting C-Diff!

December 14, 201651 min
Guest: Joni Aldrich, author, speaker, and radio host. Part 2: Patients can get healthcare-associated infections (such as C. difficile and Sepsis) during medical treatment. “Clostridium difficile (C-diff) is a virulent bacterial infection that causes severe diarrhea is quick to spread and difficult to remove from hospital environments, and its incidence has exploded in the last decade. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it has caused more deaths in the United States than all other intestinal infections combined.”~Combating Clostridium Difficile by Jessica Girdwain. That's just the ones in the hospital. Host: Chris Jerry, (www.emilyjerryfoundation.org)

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