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Running head: LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE1Literature Evaluation TableNameInstitution
LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE2Literature Evaluation TableStudent Name: Summary of Clinical IssueThe ever-increasing cost of health insurance is a big problem for managers of health. Evidence currently shows that the U.S. rates high in health care expense periods by patient population reports for bad health outcomes. The high prevalence of health-related infections (HAI) caused by bad hand hygiene (HH) by health care staff is one aspect that has led to adverse health outcomes. Evidence suggests that most acute care nurses struggle to follow correct HH procedures when delivering treatment. The WHO advises that health professionals follow recommendations such as the five moments of hand grooming while delivering medical care. Health care staff are also encouraged to follow appropriate HH procedures such as using solvent rubbers, masks, and cleaning their hands before and after a patient is treated (Vermeil et al., 2019).Observing hygiene and the general practice of handwashing is an aspect that has not long been prioritized by many patients and health care providers. For this reason, land washing of