Cross Infection Control
Viruses

Dentaljuce’s excellent module on Cross Infection Control in Dentistry is written in straightforward language for the whole dental team, and covers all you could want to know about this increasingly important core verifiable CPD topic for dentists and dental nurses. If you haven’t subscribed to dentaljuce yet, why not join us now at this amazingly low price !

 Earn verifiable CPD while you bone up on viruses: their structure and methods of replication. How do they cause illness? Which infections are caused, and where do they strike? How do we prevent and treat viral infections? This page covers the basics to give the theoretical knowledge for a proper understanding of cross infection control.  



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