Live from Industry: Exploring the 2021 Multisociety Guideline for Reprocessing Flexible GI Endoscopes & Accessories
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Guidelines and recommendations on the processing of flexible endoscopes continue to evolve as more data become available. The recent update to the Multisociety Guideline for Reprocessing Flexible GI Endoscopes & Accessories provides new evidence-based recommendations that directly impact infection prevention practices. Join us as we explore key updates to the guideline and take a deeper dive into the supporting evidence.
- Identify three evidence-based updates to the 2021 Multi-Society Guideline on Processing Flexible GI Endoscopes and Accessories
- Describe the essential elements of a GI endoscopy unit infection prevention leadership team
- Discuss the limitations and challenges of microbiological culture of flexible GI
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