Aerosols in the Ambulatory Setting

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Emily Kay D'Anna
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Aerosols in the Ambulatory Setting

Hello!

I wondered if anyone had any experience with management of aerosol products in the ambulatory setting ~ for example, when it would be acceptable to use an aerosol or spray product as multi-use or are all of your outpatient offices using products like this as single-use bottles, criteria established for multi-use, additional infection prevention measures established, etc. (for example Hurricaine spray, or other topical anesthetics?)

I feel like in the hospital, those involved are much more receptive to single-use practices, whereas there are more challenges / more push-back in the ambulatory setting.

Thanks in advance!
Emily

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