The role of infection control in the prevention of the transmission of feline viruses

Gold standard infection control should be at the top of the list of priorities for every veterinary practice. Good infection control safeguards patients, allowing them to visit and receive treatment without risk of obtaining further illness from the transmission of diseases, such as those caused by feline viruses, from other patients. The bulk of the workload of infection control is carried out by good hygiene and disinfection however, there are key points in the journey of the patient around the clinic or hospital that, if taken into consideration and actioned, can dramatically reduce the risk of transmission.

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