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Hand hygiene guidance published by SF2H (French Society for Hospital Hygiene) highlights the risks posed by electric dryers

//Hand hygiene guidance published by SF2H (French Society for Hospital Hygiene) highlights the risks posed by electric dryers

Hand hygiene guidance published by SF2H (French Society for Hospital Hygiene) highlights the risks posed by electric dryers

Guidance recommends the use of single use paper towels as the most effective hand drying method in minimising the spread of microorganisms

New guidance on hand hygiene published by the French Society for Hospital Hygiene, SF2H, strongly discourages the use of electric hand dryers as a method of hand drying in hospital washrooms, and recommends instead the use of single use paper towels as the most effective way to dry hands and minimise the spread of infection following a visit to the washroom.

Read the details and find the link to the guidance at this page: Hand hygiene guidance published by SF2H

 

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2018-08-25T06:19:47+00:00