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Supportive care and specific therapy should be provided in patients with suspected or diagnosed CDI according to current guidelines. Rigorous, multifaceted infection control measures are vital to prevent the onward spread of infection. Acknowledgements The authors are members of the CDI Europe expert group, which is supported by Astellas Pharma EMEA (Chertsey, UK). Astellas Pharma EMEA supported and funded the development of this chapter, with medical writing support provided by Lee Baker (Interel, London, UK).
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In a quality improvement study, 70% of surveyed hospitals reported having a procedure for conducting root cause analysis . Another used corporate process-improvement Six Sigma methods to minimize variability or defects in their catheter-related BSI prevention procedures. The Six Sigma methodology ascribes causes of defects (increases in infection rates) to the six ‘M’s: Mother nature, manpower, measurement, materials, methods, and machines. Five of these factors were respectively defined as patient factors, personnel factors, culture technique, catheter issues, and sterile training/technique.