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C. Diff and the vectors of Cross-Contamination - Dr. Helen Paxton
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This webinar will go over the basic of what C.Diff is and the vectors for cross-contamination with this Multi-Drug Resistant Organism (MDRO) C. Diff infection is becoming very common and creates issues in its cleanup and recovery due to its resistance and longevity in the environment.

When: 10/23/2020
Where: United States

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Dr. Paxton Bio

Regulatory affairs and consulting in Infectious disease for medical devices and hospital-based practice. Work experience demonstrates emphasis on matters of patient safety and staff compliance in the workplace with proper education and support. Dr. Helene Paxton has 40 plus years’ experience in medical devices and Infectious disease consulting. Has been an Infection Preventionist in Acute care Hospitals and LTAC’s. Is CIC certified with a PhD in Epidemiology. Member of APIC, SHEA, and ASM. As a Founder of a medical device company she developed over 70 IVD products, many are still on the marketplace. Products were distributed worldwide. Recipient of multiple grants from the DOD for development of infectious disease kits. Expert in Bio-Safety considerations with select agents. As an IVD consultant, Dr. Paxton specializes in designing studies for 510k submission and site coordination, data analysis, writing 510k and other regulatory submissions, FDA liaison, design control and GMP and FDA inspection readiness. She is currently a Professor at Rowan University, teaching Microbiology and biochemistry. She has submitted to EUA’s for a German Company for COVID-19 antibody testing. She remains involved with Infection Control strategies and advises companies and hospitals on appropriate disinfectant modalities.



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