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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Nosocomial Infections:
Hand Hygiene:
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Reprocessing of Medical Devices:
Skin Antisepsis:
135 results:
61. CASE REPORT: Peripheral venous catheter-related E. faecalis sepsis with fatal outcome  
Author: Frosinski, JJ/ Brunkhorst, FM (2013)
Source: Dtsch Med Wochenschr 2013; 138: 1723–1726.
63. STUDY: Efficacy of two iso-propanol-based skin antiseptics applied to human skin with many sebaceous glands for 2 and 10 minutes  
Author: Kampf G et al. (2014)
Source: GMS Hyg Infect Control 2014;9(1):Doc10
64. STUDY: Effective reprocessing of reusable dispensers for surface disinfection tissues – the devil is in the details  
Author: Kampf G et al. (2014)
Source: GMS Hyg Infect Control 2014;9(1):Doc09
65. STUDY: Poorly processed reusable surface disinfection tissue dispensers may be a source of infection  
Author: Kampf G et al. (2014)
Source: BMC Infectious Diseases 2014, 14:37
66. STUDY: Adsorption of active ingredients of surface disinfectants depends on the type of fabric used for surface treatment  
Author: Bloß R et al. (2010)
Source: Journal of Hospital Infection 75: 56-61.
67. CME contribution on Surface disinfection  
Author: Kampf G (2013)
Source: Krankenhaushygiene up2date 2013; 8: 273-288.
68. STUDY: Rapid disinfection of mobile electronic devices – is it possible without damage?  
Author: Bloß R et al. (2013)
Source: HygMed 2013; 38[10]: 420-426
69. STUDY: Acceptability and tolerability of liquid versus gel and standard versus virucidal alcohol-based hand rub formulations among dental students.  
Author: Stauffer F et al. (2013)
Source: American Journal of Infection Control 41 (2013): 1007-11.
70. STUDY: Effect of Varying the Number and Location of Alcohol-Based Hand Rub Dispensers on Usage in a General Inpatient Medical Unit  
Author: Chan B et al. (2013)
Source: Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2013 Sep; 34 (9): 987-989
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