DISINFACTS | Issue 1/2021

19 • multiple mounting options directly at the point of care, no accessories required • patient bed, infusion stand, etc. • easy mounting and repositioning without tools • suitable for 500 ml and 1,000 ml bottles • quick and easy bottle replacement • robust metal construction, made of stainless steel • dispenser is completely autoclavable • optional: drop catcher Caregivers can easily protect lives just by cleaning their hands whenever they come into contact with patients (the five moments!). Our campaign includes an informational brochure aimed at hygiene specia- lists as well as posters, roll ups, counter displays and flyers. The flyers include stickers with our campaign slogan and are intended as a thought-provoking and motivational aid to be displayed at the point of care/ point of use. The campaign also includes an online game on the website that serves as a fun way to learn and recall the ‘five moments of hand hygiene’. YOUR FOCUS CLEAN HANDS AT THE POINT OF CARE SECONDS SAVE LIVES World Hand Hygiene Day 5.5.2021 www.hartmann.info FORUM CLEAN HANDS AT THE POINT OF CARE SECONDS SAVE LIVES Dispenser at the patient‘s bedside To effectively improve hand hygiene compliance, disinfectant dispensers should always be located right where they are nee- ded: directly at the point of care/point of use. The ‘Eurodispenser 3 flex’ disinfectant dispenser range developed by BODE can be easily attached to the patient‘s bed without any tools! Alternative- ly, you can use the new ‘Wall Holder Plus’ (see page 7). Versatile companion, intuitive to use: the Eurodispenser 3 flex Internet: WHO campaign page on 5.5: https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-hand-hygiene-day/2021 CLEAN HANDS AT THE POINT OF USE SECONDS SAVE LIVES YOUR FOCUS 5.5.2021 World Hand Hygiene Day Disinfect your hands: • when someone in the family or household has a communicable disease such as common cold: sick persons disinfect hands BEFORE contact with others; healthy persons disinfect hands AFTER contact with sick person • BEFORE caring for a relative or friend with a weakened immune system or chronic wounds (home care, e.g. after early discharge from hospital) • BEFORE contact with a relative or friend who is at risk of infection (e.g. immunocompromised) • when there is a risk of being in contact with pathogens and no clean water to wash hands is available (e.g. when travelling or on the go, at the supermarket, on public transportation) • AFTER touching a (potentially sick) animal or its body fluids seconds correctly