Preventing the spread of infectious pathogens
Every day, frontline leaders are challenged to prevent the spread of infectious pathogens. There are many ways pathogens can cause infections. Through contaminated surfaces, air and water. By touch and bodily contact, and through invasive procedures.
Medline Canada is committed to reducing HAIs by helping hospitals shift thinking through education, process optimization and product quality.
Not all infections are inevitable. Some infections are preventable, and Medline Canada supports this slight but vital shift in perspective.
Ownership and understanding the important role care practice plays in preventing HAIs across your organization is key. Medline's 3-zone strategy covers the entire perimeter of risk, emphasizing people and process to increase safety.
Our clinical support, process-improvement programs, and products are specifically designed to drive compliance. Medline Canada’s goal is to increase prevention of the 3 most common causes of HAIs (accounting for approximately 80% of all HAI rates):
- Central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI)
- Catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CA-UTI)
- Surgical site infection (SSI)
Environment Disinfection Program
Empower staff with the right process and tools to stop pathogens from spreading.Learn more >
Drive Sustainable Outcomes With Best Practice Guidance
Medline helps you identify practice gaps and opportunities for standardization. Providing product optimization guidance that can help improve compliance, cost efficiencies and care outcomes.Learn more >
Building Good Habits Through Education and Training
Stopping the spread of infection is everyone’s responsibility. Medline provides educational resources and clinical support that can lead to reductions in HAIs.Learn more >
BSI Assessment Insights
More than 3,900 clinicians reveal surprising gaps in catheter care practices.Learn more >
Vascular Access Management Solutions
Help caregivers deliver reliably high-quality care with best practices for vascular management.Learn more >