Hand hygiene compliance and glove use
Reagan V. Bock, ASN, RN, Bachelor's in Science of Nursing, State College of Florida, Bradenton, Florida, USA
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Peer-reviewed articles were examined and research was extracted in order to examine how today's practice of hand hygiene could be affected by glove use in the clinical setting..
Creating Healthy Work Environments 2019: Innovating Healthy Clinical and Academic Environments: Optimizing Patient Outcomes and Professional Well-Being, February 22-24, 2019. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
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Dimailig, Reginald Mark R.Adequate hand hygiene is known to diminish surgical site infections (SSIs) and prevent healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in the post-operative settings. An increase in SSIs due to poor hand hygiene compliance was ...
Horman, Charlotte; Hruska, Aleassa; King, Claudia; Leathers, LoriIn critical care patients, how does tracking hand hygiene by using BioVigil as opposed to not tracking hand hygiene affect hospital acquired infrection rates?
Arnold, Barbara; James, CynthiaThe aim of this project is to improve hand cleaning compliance rates of HCPs by adding the patient's perspective to the multi-modal hand cleaning practices. Patients’ views and opinions are usually not included in ...
Bale, Thabiso; Ramukumba, Tendani SaraThe study was about establishing the baseline compliance on the 5 moments of hand hygiene. The results showed that nurses in the selected hospitals have inadequate compliance to this World Health Organization guideline.
Jones, Yvonne (2017-10-20)Hand hygiene compliance can be improved by using evidence-based practices such as found in the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare's Targeted Solutions Tool. These include identifying barriers, using direct ...