Research for infection protection

Publications

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

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Publications 2014

Reichel M, Schlicht A, Ostermeyer C, Kampf G (2014) Surface disinfectants routinely used in hospitals are effective against emerging multiresistant gram-negative pathogens.
BMC Infectious Diseases 14: 292.

Kampf G, Ostermeyer C (2014) Small volumes of n-propanol (60%) applied for 3 minutes may be ineffective for surgical hand disinfection.
Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control 3: 15.

Kampf G, Degenhardt S, Lackner S, Jesse K, von Baum H, Ostermeyer C (2014) Poorly processed reusable surface disinfection tissue dispensers are a possible source of infection
BMC Infectious Diseases 14: 37.

Kampf G, Ruselack S, Eggerstedt S, Nowak N, Bashir M (2014) It is a matter of credibility – reply to the comments by Macinga and Edmonds
BMC Infectious Diseases 13: 472 (response to comment).

Kampf G, Reise G, James C, Gittelbauer K, Gosch J, Alpers B (2014) We agree: the less insertions, the better
GMS Hygiene and Infection Control 9 (1):Doc02.

Kampf G, Degenhardt S, Lackner S, Ostermeyer C (2014) Effective processing of reusable dispensers for surface disinfection tissues – the devil is in the details
GMS Hygiene and Infection Control 9 (1):Doc09.

Kampf G, Sammann A, Pitten F, Christiansen B, Heeg P, Nowak N (2014) Efficacy of two iso-propanol-based skin antiseptics applied to human skin with many sebaceous glands for 2 and 10 minutes.
GMS Hygiene and Infection Control 9 (1):Doc10.

Kampf G, Fliß PM, Martiny H (2014) Is peracetic acid a suitable for the cleaning step of reprocessing flexible endoscopes?
World Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 6: 390-406

Niknam S, Kampf G (2014) Hilfsmittel im Wiedereinsatz – Professionelle Desinfektion ist Chefsache
MTDialog 40: 34-36

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