Research for infection protection
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Overview of studies that were published by the BODE SCIENCE CENTER alone or jointly with other scientists


Infection Protection at the Core of Science

Scientifically looking into infection protection is a vital part of ongoing efforts to improve the safety for patients and medical staff. Every day, scientists are working on recognising and evaluating infection risks to establish a sound basis for ideal hygiene management.

Here, you will find a selection of latest studies, expert interviews and discussions, and comments on infection prevention.

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1. STUDY: Compliance with hygiene measures in emergency medical services  
Author: Emanuelsson, L. / Karlsson, L. / Castrèn, M. / Lindström, V. (2012)
Source: Emanuelsson, L. et al. Ambulance personnel adherence to hygiene routines: still protecting ourselves but not...
2. STUDY: Danger from the air – bacteria emitted in the air during bronchoscopies  
Author: Marchand, G. / Duchaine, C. / Lavoie, J. / Veilleitte, M / Cloutier Y. (2016)
Source: Marchand, G. et al. Bacteria emitted in ambient air during bronchoscopy – a risk to health care...
3. STUDY: Single-use gloves – the crux for hand disinfection?  
Author: Girou, E. / Chai, S. / Oppein, F. / Legrand, P. / Ducellier, D. / Cizeau, F. / Brun-Buisson, C. (2004)
Source: Girou, E. et al. Misuse of gloves: the foundation for poor compliance...
5. STUDY: Interventions improve hand hygiene compliance significantly – but only for a short time  
Author: Schwadtke, L. / Graf K / Lutze, B. / Von Lengerke, T. / Chaberny, I. (2014 )
Source: Schwadtke et al., 2014, Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, Vol: 139
6. STUDY: Evidence-based multimodal hand hygiene intervention increases compliance from 45 % to 85 %  
Author: Day, C. (2009)
Source: Day, C. Engaging the Nursing Workforce, Nursing Administration Quarterly, July/September 2009, Vol. 33, No. 3
7. STUDY: A person-oriented approach to hand hygiene behaviour: emotional empathy fosters hand hygiene practice  
Author: Sassenrath, C. / Diefenbacher, S. / Siegel, A. / Keller, J. (2015)
Source: Sassenrath, C. et al., Psychology & Health 2016, Vol. 31, No. 2
8. STUDY: Systematic qualitative literature review of health care workers' compliance with hand hygiene guidelines  
Author: Smiddy M.P. / O’Connell R. / Creedon S.A. (2015)
Source: Smiddy, P. et al. Systemic qualitative literature review of health care workers’ compliance with hand hygiene guidelines,...
9. STUDY: Effect of hand sanitiser location on hand hygiene compliance  
Author: Cure L. / Van Enk R. (2015)
Source: Cure, L., Van Enk, R.: Effect of hand sanitizer location on hand hygiene compliance. American Journal of Infection Control, 2015, Vol. 43: 917-921
10. STUDY: A multimodal intervention to improve hand hygiene in ICUs in Buenos Aires, Argentina: a stepped wedge trial  
Author: Rodriguez, V. / Giuffre, C. / Villa, S. / Almada, G. / Prasopa-Plaizier, N. / Gogna, M. / Gibbons, L. / García Elorrio, E. (2015)
Source: Rodriguez, V. et al. A multimodal intervention...
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