Infection Control: Hospitals turning to light to kill germs

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Infection Control: Hospitals turning to light to kill germs
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In tonight’s medical watch infection control. It’s something healthcare providers don’t take lightly.

That’s why, for an extra dose of protection, some hospitals are turning to light to kill germs and help keep patients safe.

And now that the first case of Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome or MERS — has surfaced in the U.S., preventing hospital acquired infections is more critical than ever before.

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