MRSA – why do we do what we do?
I recently presented a 30 minute lecture on MRSA control in the hospital setting at the fall symposium sponsored by Centegra Health System. The lecture describes the background of how MRSA is spread within medical facilities, the effects of its spread and measures that can be used to control it. The lecture also goes over some of the success stories of what an MRSA control program can expect to achieve. I also cover some of the historical background of how something as basic as hand washing became an actual event in medical history. I closed the lecture with some questions from the audience.
The audio of this lecture with the presented slides is shown below. Depending on your bandwidth it may take up to a minute to load. This video should work on iPhones as well.
Background and references to the information presented can be found on an earlier post.