PMID: 593013Nov 1, 1977

Surgical and hospital hygiene (author's transl)

Langenbecks Archiv für Chirurgie
R Dohrmann

Abstract

The decades-old rules of surgical asepsis and antisepsis are more valid than ever before. The responsibility for hygiene must be clearly established: in his particular area, the surgeon, and he alone, is responsible. Patients with an increased susceptibility to infection as well as human and personnel inadequacies represent the greatest stumbling blocks in efforts to improve the status of hygiene.

Related Concepts

Antisepsis
Asepsis
Infections, Hospital
Disinfection
Operating Room
Staphylococcal Infections
Surgical Service, Hospital
Surgical Wound Infection

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