Current Healthcare News
Welcome to NewSplash
Catch up on current healthcare news and find useful blog content from experts in the sterile processing world. Sign up below to never miss an article.
Stay up-to-date with industry-related news and articles in our weekly NewSplash!
Everyone loves being recognized for achievement and success. In the world of sterile processing, nothing brings us this feeling more than being a “super tech.”
The National Institutes of Health awarded more than $12 million to three institutions to develop antiviral therapies to treat diseases with pandemic potential.
Measles vaccination coverage has declined since the COVID-19 pandemic began—nearly 40 million kids missed a vaccine dose in 2021, the WHO and CDC reported.
US flu markers climbed pre-Thanksgiving, with most of the country reporting high or very high activity, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
To better understand US infection trends, the National Institutes of Health launched a website for reporting results of any brand of at-home COVID-19 test.
WHO is launching a global scientific process to update the list of priority pathogens—agents that can cause outbreaks or pandemics—to guide research.
Biofilms are all around us in the OR environment and surgical devices provide the perfect sanctuary. It really takes a team approach to combat its formation.
Scientists studying a drug-resistant bacteria family that rivals MRSA found it is rarely transmitted to humans via livestock, pets, and the wider environment.
Rutgers scientists have developed a new way to stop viral infections using a common mouse virus: a live-attenuated, replication-defective DNA virus vaccine.
Researchers recently discovered new antiviral compounds derived from two Korean native plants that are particularly effective at inhibiting SARS-CoV-2.