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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139 results:
101. STUDY: Compliance with the World Health Organization hand hygiene technique: a prospective observational study  
Author: Tschudin-Sutter, S. / Sepulcri, D. / Dangel, M. / Schuhmacher, H. / Widmer, A. F. (2015) Source: Source: Tschudin-Sutter, S. et al. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology April 2015, Vol.  
102. 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 the  
104. STUDY: Comparison of environmental MRSA levels on high-touch surfaces in contact isolation and noncontact isolation patient rooms  
Author: Villamaria, F. C. / Berlanga, G. / Ganachari-Mallappa, N. / Stock, E. M. / Zeber, J. E. / Jinadatha, C. (2015) Source: Villamaria, F. C. et al. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology.  
105. STUDY: Comparative efficacy of interventions to promote hand hygiene in hospital: systematic review and network meta-analysis  
Author: Luangasanatip, N. / Hongsuwan, M. / Limmathurotsakul, D. / Lubell, Y. / Lee, A. S. / Harbarth, S. / Day, N. P. J. / Graves, N. / Cooper, B. S. (2015) Source: Luangasanatip,N. et al. BMJ.  
107. STUDY: Clinical epidemiology and outcomes of peripheral venous catheter-related bloodstream infections at a university-affiliated hospital  
Author: Pujol M et al. (2007) Source: Journal of Hospital Infection 67, 22–29.  
108. STUDY: Clinical double-blind trial on the dermal tolerance and user acceptability of six alcohol-based hand disinfectants for hygienic hand disinfection  
Author: Kramer, A. / Berning, T. / Kampf, G. (2002) Source: Journal of Hospital Infection 2002; 51: 114-120  
109. STUDY: Cleaning Validation according to ISO 17664  
Author: Schnieder L et al. Source: Report No.: 10109011407 Cooperative Project: Cleaning Validation according to ISO 17664 and Compilation of Cleaning Instructions Project 2 (2009/2010).  
110. 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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