One of the most dangerous ailment-endangering human live is infection. Infection is the attack to the body by microorganisms that prevent the body from normal functioning. These infections have led to the situation where a large population in most countries have become inactive and even cost these governments a huge amounts of money as they try to cure diseases that are because of these infections. This chapter will discuss the control measures that most of these governments apply to curb these infections in their health care settings.
Control applies to the methods and measures that an institution can administer to ensure that a certain situation does not happen nor spread. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(2011), eliminating the sources of infections is one of the most important things in health care. Health being a fundamental aspect of human live requires extreme measures as some of the diseases can spread easily causing widespread panic and discomfort. Some the control measures that can be applied are the quarantine where the already infected persons are separated from those whom are not seek. This method enables the situation to be contained without the rest of the population being affected or even infected. Most health care institutions have in the resent times embraced the idea of controlling these infections as soon as the symptoms show. This reduces the occurrence where these institutions spend many funds containing these infections once they enter the human body. Antibiotics are the best method of ensuring that most of these infections are properly contained. These antibiotics go a long way in ensuring that most people are well prepared once an infection shows. This method is arguably the best as it gives the comfort that people can go about with their business without the fear of infections.
Conclusively, control of infections in health care settings should be highly encouraged, as most diseases have affected population because of negligence. These control methods will also ensure that most governments do not spend most of their funds treating diseases which could be life threatening. Control also gives the relevant bodies a chance where they can easily detect any new infections that might be threatening to a population.