hygiene in skin & hair beauty centers

Hygiene in beauty centers helps to offer a better image of the business and to guarantee the well-being of clients and professionals. The workers of beauty and beauty centers are constantly exposed to microorganisms that cause some infections. It is the case of fungi, bacteria or other parasites that inhabit the skin. The problem is…

Read More
cdc, prevention, healthcare, infection, hand washing, sanitizing

While handwashing compliance among healthcare workers (HCWs) and allied staff remains notoriously low in numerous hospitals, perhaps it’s time to realize that their behavior as “civilians” when not on the job may have a lot to do with it. Recent surveys indicate that an alarming number of people don’t wash their hands after using a…

Read More
healthcare, hygiene

Hygiene in health centers is a basic weapon to prevent nosocomial infections and ranges from patient hygiene to waste treatment. The main fear in socio-health centers, nursing homes or nursing homes are nosocomial infections. And although it is impossible to eradicate them, several studies show that hygiene helps reduce them considerably. Next, we will review…

Read More
Kids hygiene, germs, cleaning, hygiene

Personal hygiene begins and ends with our hands. And though we’re taught as youngsters to wash our hands before dinner, it’s important to remember that germs don’t care what time of day it is. Clean hands prevent sickness. So it’s especially important to learn the basics about hand hygiene so that you, too, can become…

Read More
bulk soap

Bulk soap is susceptible to bacterial contamination, turning hand hygiene into a counterproductive action. In previous articles we argued why soap in charge is better than bulk soap. But we didn’t talk about how soap is contaminated in bulk. We all use hand soap, not only to remove dirt, but also to reduce the presence…

Read More
cdc, prevention, healthcare, infection, hand washing, sanitizing

Hygiene in physiotherapy centers not only helps ensure the well-being of the patient and workers, but also helps prevent nosocomial infections. The physiotherapy or rehabilitation centers receive dozens of patients at the end of the day and, some of them, have a somewhat delicate state of health. That is why, although these centers are not…

Read More
infection control

All people potentially harbour infectious microorganisms. As such, it must be assumed that all blood and body fluids/substances are potentially infectious. Standard precautions are the work practices required to achieve a basic level of infection prevention and control. The use of standard precautions aims to minimise, and where possible, eliminate the risk of transmission of…

Read More
hand hygiene tips

Every May 5 we celebrate World Handwashing Day to make everyone aware that this simple fact can save lives and protect our health. Hygiene in surgical care SAVES LIVES: wash your hands. The improvement of hand hygiene practices in surgical services is a priority. After 10 years of the WHO program “Clean care is safer…

Read More
hygiene

There is multiple scientific evidence that shows how staff hands transmit multi-resistant bacteria and colonize hospitalized patients. Ex .: 41% of hand cultures of health workers were positive for EVR (after patient care and before hand washing) Hayden M, Clin infect diseases 2000: 31 1058-1065 EVR can be recovered from numerous patient unit sites Hayden…

Read More