Research for infection protection
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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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21. 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
 
22. STUDY: Absolute humidity influences the seasonal persistence and infectivity of human norovirus.  
Author: Colas de la Noue A et al. (2014)
Source: Appl. Environ. Microbiol. doi:10.1128/AEM.01871-14. AEM Accepts, published online ahead of print on 12 September 2014.
 
23. 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.
 
24. 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.
 
26. STUDY: Attitudes and beliefs about hand hygiene among paediatric residents: a qualitative study  
Author: Dixit et al. (2012)
Source: BMJ Open 2012;2: e002188. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2012-002188
 
27. STUDY: Availability of an alcohol solution can improve hand disinfection compliance in an intensive care unit  
Author: Maury, E. et al. (2000)
Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2000,162: 324–327.
 
29. STUDY: Bacterial population kinetics on hands during two consecutive surgical hand disinfection procedures  
Author: Kampf, G. / Ostermeyer, C. / Kohlmann, T. (2008)
Source: Am J Infect Control 2008; 36: 369-374
 
30. STUDY: Better compliance and better tolerance in relation to a well-conducted, introduction to rub-in hand disinfection  
Author: Girard, R. / Amazian, K. / Fabry, J. (2001)
Source: Journal of Hospital Infection 2001; 47: 131-137.
 
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