Material & care

Outer fabric material: 81% polyester, 15% viscose, 4% elastane

Lining: 100% polyester

Care instructions: Do not tumble dry, machine wash at 30°C, Machine wash on gentle cycle

Details

Pattern: Plain

Article number: K4421G02E-J11

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What is Clostridium difficile?
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What is Clostridium difficile?

Clostridium difficile, often called C. difficile or C. diff, is a germ that can cause symptoms that range from diarrhea to life-threatening colon inflammation.

What are the symptoms of C. diff infection?

Common symptoms include:

  • Watery diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea
  • Belly pain and cramping

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Being colonized means that a person has C. diff germs in their body, but does not show symptoms. Being infected means that a person has C. diff germs in their body and does show symptoms.

How do people get C. diff infections?

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C. diff infection most often happens in people who have recently taken antibiotics and have had recent admissions to a health care facility, such as a hospital or nursing home. However, it is becoming more common for people to get C. diff infection without having a recent hospitalization or nursing home stay. These infections are called community-associated Classic Classic Blazer Blazer Kiomi Kiomi Classic Rose Rose Rose Kiomi Classic Blazer C. diff infections. These people often have recently taken antibiotics.

Who is most likely to get C. diff infection?

People most likely to get an infection are:

  • People over the age of 65 years
  • People who have recently taken antibiotics
  • People with other serious illnesses

Can C. diff infections be treated?

Yes, there are antibiotics that can be used to treat C. diff infections when a person is experiencing symptoms.

How can people prevent the spread of C. diff ?

Washing your hands with soap and water regularly is the best way to prevent any illness. Always wash your hands after using the bathroom and before preparing food or eating. Regularly clean surfaces in bathrooms, kitchens, and other high use areas of the house using standard household detergents or bleach-containing household cleaners.

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Infants are often colonized early in life and can carry C. diff until age three years without symptoms.

  • Children younger than one year of age should not be tested for C. diff.
  • In children ages one to three years, other causes of diarrhea should be considered before testing for Classic Kiomi Kiomi Kiomi Blazer Blazer Classic Rose Rose Classic Blazer Rose Classic C. diff.

School-aged children:

Students infected with C. diff do not need to be kept home from school unless they’re unable to contain their diarrhea.

Children in day care/child care:

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When can I return to work after C. diff infection?

  • You can return to work as soon as you feel ready, or after your diarrhea has stopped.
  • Healthcare workers should wait 24 to 48 hours after their diarrhea stops before returning to work.
  • Remember to wash your hands frequently, and always after using the bathroom and before eating.

Be smart about antibiotics.

Most cases of C. diff occur in patients taking antibiotics. Good use of antibiotics can help prevent the spread of C. diff.

  • Antibiotics only work on bacteria; they will not treat an illness caused by a virus, like the flu or a cold.
  • Trust your provider’s recommendation on if you need an antibiotic; do not demand an antibiotic prescription.
  • Never share antibiotics with others.
  • If your provider prescribes you antibiotics, always finish the entire prescription unless your provider tells you to stop.
  • Do not save antibiotics for later use.
  • If you develop diarrhea while taking antibiotics, contact your health care provider.

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Updated Tuesday, 30-Jan-2018 15:49:45 CST