TWO years ago, in response to concerns about the nosocomial infection rate in its veterinary hospital, Davies Veterinary Specialists set up an infection control group to investigate infection risks and improve hygiene practices. As Gerry Polton and Clive Elwood explain, this has led to tangible improvements in the incidence of hospital‐acquired infections and has also had significant spin‐offs in terms of improved patient care and enhanced staff morale.
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