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Special Outpatient Surgery Edition - Infection Control - May 2019

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81% Infection Reduction. Nozin IP Programs ™ y Address pre-op and post-op SSI risk y Can include use by staff, caregivers y No antibiotics. No iodine. y Safely reduce contact precautions for MRSA colonization 1 Existing Bundle for Infection Prevention I N F E C T I O N R A T E with Nozin ® added 81% SSI reduced Watch testimonial at Nozin.com NASAL DECOLONIZATION IS THE KEY Nozin.com 877-669-4648 To contact your Nozin advisor and for professional samples: LEADER IN NASAL DECOLONIZATION ™ 1. Mullen A, et al. AJIC, 2017: 45(8): 554-6 2. Deatherage N. AJIC, 2016: 44:(6):S101-S102. 3. Steed L, et al. AJIC, 2014: 42(8): 841-846. ©2018 Global Life Technologies Corp. All rights reserved. Made in USA. Nozin®, Nasal Sanitizer®, 360™, Leader in nasal decolonization™, are trademarks of Global Life Technologies Corp. Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® antiseptic is an OTC topical drug. No claim is made that it has an effect on any specific disease. Nasal S. aureus is a major risk factor for HAI. Nozin Infection Prevention (IP) Programs deliver patient nasal decolonization pre-op through post-op recovery as well as offer Nozin use by staff and caregivers. This 360™ protection is shown to help reduce surgical site infection (SSI) significantly. 1 Nozin programs also utilize patient decolonization to help safely reduce costly contact precautions (CP) for MRSA colonization. 2 The alcohol-based Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® antiseptic is proven to decolonize nasal S. aureus day one. 3 Learn more about how Nozin can be key to improving care.

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