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In most, if not all healthcare facilities, a top priority is ensuring the safety of patients and the environment of the facility. A strong health care management team has the ability to reduce any rate of infection and avoid mistakes from occurring by taking preventative steps to ensure strict regulations.

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As a leading topic of discussion in today's world, vaccines and immunizations are known as one of the most significant subjects of debate in the public health community. Vaccines are responsible for not only saving millions of lives every year but are the reason behind the elimination of major diseases such as small pox.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Medical Pharmaceutical Vaccine Monitoring By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Vaccine safety is an ongoing debate around the world, but according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), childhood immunizations have prevented 855,000 early deaths in the past 23 years. For families who can't afford the cost, the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) Vaccines For Children (VFC) program provides vaccinations at no cost for 54% of all children in the United States.

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Laboratories take many forms, providing controlled conditions to conduct scientific research for all industries that are required to ensure quality and safety. While laboratories differ in the techniques used and the set of procedures followed, each must comply with the Good Laboratory Practices. Environmental monitoring in the laboratory is essential to meeting compliance considering temperature, humidity and pressure can significantly influence results, efficiency and accuracy.

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As we bid farewell to Summer and welcome in Fall, we know with the cooler temperatures and changing leaves that flu season is at our doorstep. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), flu activity begins in October and lasts through May, with cases spiking between December and February. Since we never know when or where the flu will strike, health officials recommend everyone six months of older the get the flu shot.

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