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MAYO Clinic Proceedings: The Hygienic Efficacy of Different Hand-Drying Methods: A review of the evidence

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MAYO Clinic Proceedings: The Hygienic Efficacy of Different Hand-Drying Methods: A review of the evidence

The flagship journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings has published a study which reviews all the relevant literature on hygienic hand drying and concludes that regarding hygiene there is a clear superiority of Paper Towels vs. electric air dryers.

  • “From a hygiene viewpoint, paper towels are superior to electric air dryers.”
  • “Drying hands thoroughly with single-use, disposable paper towels is the preferred method of hand drying in health care.”
  •  “The provision of paper towels should be considered as a means of improving hand hygiene adherence among health care workers”

Read more and download the complete study at the page: Published on Mayo Clinic Proceedings: the hygienic efficacy of different hand drying methods

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