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Practice and attitudes toward alcohol-based hand disinfection among German infection control teams

  • Sebastian Schulz-Stübner (a1), A Volkmann (a1), W Ebner (a2) and T Hauer (a1)
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Author for correspondence: Dr Sebastian Schulz-Stübner, Email: Schulz-stuebner@bzh-freiburg.de

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1.Kramer, A, Pittet, D, Klasinc, R, et al. Shortening the application time of alcohol-based hand rubs to 15 seconds may improve the frequency of hand antisepsis actions in a neonatal intensive care unit. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2017;38:14301434.
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4.Ory, J, Zingg, W, de Kraker, MEA, et al. Wiping is inferior to rubbing: a note of caution for hand hygiene with alcohol based solutions. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2018;39:332335.
5.Clack, L, Zingg, W, Saint, S, et al. Implementing infection prevention practices across European hospitals: an in-depth qualitative assessment. BMJ Qual Safety 2018;27:771780.

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