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Are Soap, Paper Towel and Alcohol-based Disinfectants Easily Accessible in Intensive Care Units in Turkey?: Results of the Phokai Study

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2018-01-01T00:00:00Z
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Uyan, Ayse
Durmus, Gul
Sezak, Nurbanu
Ozdemir, Burcu
Kaygusuz, Turkkan
Oztoprak, Nefise
Ozdemir, Keyser
AKSOY, FİRDEVS
Ozgultekin, Asu
Koc, MELİHA
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Introduction: Hand hygiene is one of the most effective infection control measures to prevent the spread of healthcare-associated infections (HCAI). Water, soap, paper towel and hand disinfectant must be available and adequate in terms of effective hand hygiene. The adequacy of hand hygiene products or keeping water-soap and paper towel is still a problem for many developing countries like Turkey. In this multicenter study, we analyzed the adequacy in number and availability of hand hygiene products.
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Uyan A., Durmus G., Sezak N., Ozdemir B., Kaygusuz T., Oztoprak N., Ozdemir K., AKSOY F., Ozgultekin A., Koc M., et al., -Are Soap, Paper Towel and Alcohol-based Disinfectants Easily Accessible in Intensive Care Units in Turkey?: Results of the Phokai Study-, MEDITERRANEAN JOURNAL OF INFECTION MICROBES AND ANTIMICROBIALS, cilt.7, 2018
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