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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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Nosocomial Infections:
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111. STUDY: Conspicuous vs Customary Location of Hand Hygiene Agent Dispensers on Alcohol-Based Hand Hygiene Product Usage in an Intensive Care Unit.  
Author: Thomas, B.W. et al.
Source: Journal of the American Osteopathic Association , 2009, 109 (5): 263-267.
 
112. STUDY: Duration of norovirus excretion and the longitudinal course of viral load in norovirus-infected elderly patients.  
Author: Aoki Y, et al.
Source: J Hosp Infect. 2010 May;75(1):42-6. Epub 2010 Mar 21.
 
113. STUDY: Dissemination of antibiotic-resistant enterococci within the ward environment: The role of airborne bacteria and the risk posed by unrecognised carriers  
Author: Muzslay, M./ Moore, G./ Turton, J.F./ Wilson, A.P.
Source: American Journal of Infection Control, 2013, 41 (1): 57–60.
 
114. STUDY: Nurse staffing, burnout, and healthcare-associated infection  
Author: Cimiotti JP et al.
Source: Am J Infect Control. 2012 Aug;40(6):486-90.
 
115. STUDY: A prospective study of nosocomial-infection-related mortality assessed through mortality reviews in 14 hospitals in Northern France  
Author: Decoster et al.
Source: Journal of Hospital Infection 80 (2012), 310-315
 
116. EXPERT TALK: Challenges and opportunities in managing hospital-acquired infections.  
Source: How research findings improve infection protection; in Berlin on 09 February 2012; with Prof. Dr. med. Petra Gastmeier, Director, Institute for Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, Charité...  
117. STUDY: Evaluation of antibiotic resistance in the frame of the surveillance system for nosocomial infections. Strong and weak points.  
Author: Serban R, Codita I.
Source: Bacteriol Virusol Parazitol Epidemiol. 2010 Apr-Jun; 55(2):169-77. [Article in Romanian]
 
118. STUDY: Use of mobile phones by medical staff at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados: evidence for both benefit and harm  
Author: Ramesh et al.
Source: Journal of Hospital Infection 2008, 70: 160−165
 
119. STUDY: Hand hygiene after touching a patient's surroundings: the opportunities most commonly missed  
Author: Fitzgerald, G./ Moore, G./ Wilson, A.P.R.
Source: J Hosp Infect. 2013 Mar 1. pii: S0195-6701(13)00048-0. doi: 10.1016/j.jhin.2013.01.008. [Epub ahead of print]
 
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