Most microbes are spread through your hands. According to WHO, lack of -or wrong - hand hygiene is the single biggest cause of infections in hospitals and nursing homes.
Order the recommended products below for good hand hygiene or read more about applying proper hand hygiene and the importance of wearing gloves.
Protective wear makes a substantial contribution to minimizing the risk of infection.
Make sure you have the right products at your disposal – and you know when to use them.
Read more about protective wear here.
According to WHO, health care facilities should employ specific and routine-based hygiene and cleaning guidelines, also referred to as IPC (Infection Prevention & Control) in order to prevent the spread of HAI’s.
Read more about the importance of cleaning protocols.
Body fluids such as urine and feces may contain bacteria that can cause infections. These bacteria can spread directly via urine and feces or via the surroundings. This is particularly important to be aware of when it comes to infection prevention, since diseases such as Norovirus can be transmitted via feces.
Read more about toilet hygiene.
Implementation of proper hand hygiene procedures is essential for infection prevention.
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Read more about norovirus, scabies, vaginal infection and other infectious diseases.