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Cuts to cleaning increasing deadly infection risks for Ontario patients

Cuts to cleaning increasing deadly infection risks for Ontario patients

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Study release at Oshawa media conference FridayOSHAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Jan. 11, 2017) – Are Ontario’s hospitals, including Lakeridge Health Oshawa clean enough to keep deadly bacteria from infecting already ill and immune-compromised hospital patients?With real provincial funding for hospital services falling for years, concerns are growing that Ontario hospitals do not have the capacity and enough cleaning staff to keep bedrails, mattresses, taps, door handles and chairs sterilized and bacteria free.Scientists and doctors have raised concerns about the growing resistance to antibiotic treatment of hospital-acquired infections (HAI).

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Heart patients at risk of infection rist

Heart patients at risk of infection rist

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More than 2,000 patients who underwent open heart surgery at London Health Sciences Centre are being warned they could be at risk of infection from an unusual bacteria.The hospital has sent letters to everyone who received the heart surgery since January 2015 advising them they could be at risk of Mycobacterium chimaera bacteria infection.The infection has been linked to the units that heat and cool blood during the surgery.

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Ontario hospital warns open-heart surgery patients of infection risk

Ontario hospital warns open-heart surgery patients of infection risk

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The London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) in London, Ont., has sent letters to approximately 2,200 adult open-heart surgery patients warning them of the possible risk of bacterial infection from surgical equipment.In a press release issued Tuesday, the hospital explained that patients may have been exposed, through contaminated heater-cooler units, to bacteria which can cause a mycobacterium chimaera infection.The medical devices, which are used to regulate blood temperature during open-heart surgery, have been the subject of safety alerts issued by Health Canada, Public Health Ontario, and the U.S. Federal Disease Control.

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Heart patients warned to watch for infection

Heart patients warned to watch for infection

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LONDON, Ont.— About 2,200 patients who had open heart surgery at a southwestern Ontario hospital are being warned they face an extremely low risk of infection.London Health Sciences Centre says the patients were potentially exposed to a bacteria during their procedure due to devices used to heat and cool blood during open heart surgery.

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Heart patients at risk of infection rist

Heart patients at risk of infection rist

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More than 2,000 patients who underwent open heart surgery at London Health Sciences Centre are being warned they could be at risk of infection from an unusual bacteria.The hospital has sent letters to everyone who received the heart surgery since January 2015 advising them they could be at risk of Mycobacterium chimaera bacteria infection.The infection has been linked to the units that heat and cool blood during the surgery.

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