RECENT publicity about MRSA has highlighted the importance of hygiene systems in veterinary practices. Standard sanitary operating procedures (SSOPs) enable practices to ensure that cleaning is done as specified, that records are available to confirm this, and that corrective measures are taken if problems are found. Here, Simon Cherry outlines how to set up a system of SSOPs.
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