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Overview of studies that were published by the HARTMANN SCIENCE CENTER alone or jointly with other scientists

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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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71. STUDY: Hand hygiene for the prevention of nosocomial infections  
Author: Kampf, G./Löffler, H./Gastmeier, P. (2009)
Source: Dtsch. Ärztebl. Int. 2009, 106 (40): 649–655
 
72. STUDY: Hand hygiene monitoring technology: a systematic review of efficacy  
Author: Srigley et al. (2015)
Source: Srigley et al. Hand hygiene monitoring technology: a systematic review of efficacy. Journal of Hospital Infection (2015) 89: 51‐60
 
73. STUDY: Hand-touch contact assessment of high-touch and mutual-touch surfaces among healthcare workers, patients, and visitors  
Author: Cheng, V. C. C. / Chau, P. H. / Lee, W. M. / Yo, S. K. Y. / Lee, D. W. Y. / So, S. Y. C. / Wong, S. C. Y. / Tai, J. W. M. / Yuen, K. Y. (2015)
Source: Journal of Hospital Infection...
 
74. STUDY: High level of gastrointestinal nosocomial infections in the German surveillance system, 2002-2008.  
Author: Spackova M et. al
Source: Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology; December 2010, Vol. 31 (12): 1273-1278.
 
75. STUDY: How can compliance with hand hygiene be improved in specialized areas of a university hospital?  
Author: Scheithauer, S. / Lemmen, S.W. (2013)
Source: J Hosp Infect 2013, 83 (S 1): 17–22
 
76. STUDY: Impact of a hospital-wide hand hygiene initiative on healthcare-associated infections: results of an interrupted time series  
Author: Kirkland, K. B. / Homa, K. A. / Lasky, R. A. / Ptak, J. A. / Taylor, E. A. / Splaine, M. E. (2012)
Source: BMJ Qual Saf 2012; 21: 1019 - 1026
 
77. STUDY: Impact of a team and leaders-directed strategy to improve nurses’ adherence to hand hygiene guidelines: A cluster randomised trial  
Author: Huis, A. / Schoonhoven, L. / Grol, R. / Donders, R. / Hulscher, M. / van Achterberg, T. (2013)
Source: International Journal of Nursing Studies 50 (2013)0464-474.
 
79. STUDY: Implicit attitude towards hand hygiene as relevant predictor of hand hygiene behaviour  
Author: Diefenbacher, S. et al.
Source: HygMed 2012, 37 (11): 448-455
 
80. STUDY: Improving hand hygiene compliance rates in the emergency department  
Author: Scheithauer et al. (2013)
Source: Scheithauer et al. (2013) Improving hand hygiene compliance in the emergency department: getting to the point. BMC Infect Dis 2013; 13:367.
 
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