enteric isolation

en·ter·ic i·so·la·tion

(en-ter'ik ī'sŏ-lā'shŭn)
Sequestration used for patients with infections of the intestinal tract.
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The need to use a mixture of respiratory and enteric isolation precautions places strain on physical resources--most EDs have limited specific isolation rooms, and indeed many patient treatment areas are separated only by curtains or partitions.