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Resources for veterinary teams for building infection control, prevention and biosecurity protocols.

Practice biosecurity tracker

Veterinary Practice Biosecurity Tracker As the saying goes, “we treasure what we measure.” By using this simple tracker, your team will be able to measure your progress towards optimal infection disease control in your hospital by tracking which tactics you have  fully, partially or not yet implemented .

Objectives

Objectives of the AAHA 2018 Infection Control, Prevention, and Biosecurity Guidelines.

Routes of transmission

The transmission of microorganisms can be divided into the following five main routes: direct contact, fomites, aerosol (airborne), oral (ingestion), and vectorborne.

Infection control strategies

The hierarchy of controls concept , often used to address measures taken to reduce workplace hazards, is useful when considering infection control strategies in veterinary settings .

Implementation overview

Every veterinary practice should have a documented ICPB program .   At   a minimum, this should be a collection of agreed-upon basic infection control practices and accompanying SOPs, growing into a formal manual incorporating specific staff education and training, client education, surveillance, and compliance programs.

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