Monday 29 September 2014

Quality Control of Hospital Water Systems

Water quality in hospitals, whether for haemodialysis, decontamination washers, clean sterilizer reuse, floor cleaning, analyser equipment, food service, or the boiler room, is of great importance as the water carries a microbiological risk. Certain microorganisms in hospital water can cause nosocomial infection.

In relation to this subject, Tim Sandle has written an article for The Clinical Services Journal in relation to the quality control of hospital water systems.

The reference is:

Sandle, T. (2014) Quality Control of Hospital Water, The Clinical Services Journal, 13 (8): 47-51

For further details, see Clinical Services Journal.

Posted by Tim Sandle

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