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.
Since BSI eliminates traditional isolation, the warning signs "enteric isolation," "blood and body fluid precautions," and "contact isolation" are not used on the doors of patients' rooms.