Translation of cross infection in Spanish:

cross infection

infección cruzada, n.

noun

  • 1

    infección cruzada feminine
    • The focus of one systematic review is double gloving by members of the scrubbed surgical team to reduce cross infection.
    • The system has major areas of concern for me in terms of hygiene and cross infection.
    • With that in mind, prescription must be part of a package that includes infection control and the implementation of hygiene barriers that prevent the cross infection of patients.
    • Poor standardisation or knowledge of procedures, poor coordination between departments, and even quality failures, such as cross infection, contribute to variability.
    • Infection control measures help to minimise cross infection.
    • The guidelines also address issues that may be common to all travellers, including the risks of dehydration, thromboembolism, and cross infection.
    • Responsible breeders would not dream of allowing you to carry disease and cross infection to their cherished stock.
    • Scrupulous attention to detail to avoid cross infection has shown to be totally ineffective after the age of two years.
    • They claim this could have implications for security and cross infection.
    • They must travel on their own because their treatment makes them susceptible to cross infection.
    • Developments in the twentieth century included improvements in dental materials, the introduction of the ‘high-speed’ drills, and greater emphasis on instrument sterility and cross infection control.
    • He said this would reduce the number of patients being transferred between wards and decrease the chance of cross infection.
    • He published many papers on cross infection in hospitals.
    • Frequent hand washing, prompt disinfection of contaminated surfaces, and washing of soiled articles of clothing should reduce the likelihood of cross infection.
    • In particular the systems need to address potential dangers of cross infection.
    • The result has been a decline in incidence of cross infection.
    • At the time 20% of all infants admitted developed gastroenteritis, and 5% died not from their original complaint but from cross infection.
    • But the issue goes back to the fundamentals of cross infection.
    • Cancer patients are prone to cross infection and their reduced immunity, which is a common side effect of chemotherapy, means many patients require single room facilities.
    • ‘Apart from a greater risk of cross infection, this is stretching the ability of nursing staff to get on with their work,’ he added.