Breaking a link at any point in the chain will control the risk of infection by preventing the onward transmission of microorganisms. Colonisation is when microorganisms, including those that are pathogenic, are present at a body site E.
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For example, the skin is normally colonised by coagulase negative Staphylococci and can also be colonised by pathogenic Staphylococcus aureus. Infection is the process where an infectious agent microorganism invades and multiplies in the body tissues of the host resulting in the person developing clinical signs and symptoms of infection E.
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Increased temperature, rigors, rash. Skip to main content. Basic Principles Introduction Infection prevention and control is the application of microbiology in clinical practice.
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Your Stay. While the specific risks may differ, the basic principles of infection prevention and control apply regardless of the setting. Although infections can spread easily, controlling the risk is relatively straightforward and simple measures can be effective. It is important that all members of staff have a clear understanding of their role in preventing the spread of infection.
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Courses should be mandatory and all staff, including nursing and medical staff, should attend. The process of infection can be represented as a chain, along which microorganisms are passed from a source to a vulnerable person. Breaking a link at any point in the chain will control the risk of infection by preventing the onward transmission of microorganisms. Colonisation is when microorganisms, including those that are pathogenic, are present at a body site E.