Clinical evidence summaries

Clinical evidence summaries

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, May 31 2012Posted in: Clinical evidence summaries

Mölnlycke Health Care offers safe and efficient products that help hospitals provide high-quality healthcare to patients. Continuously performing and evaluating clinical studies are one of the most important ways of securing that the products we offer are safe and efficient. 

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Clinical summaries related to surgical gloves

  1. Latex-related Risks in the Obstetric and Gynecological Settings
  2. Efficacy of double gloving with an intrinsic indicator system
  3. Double gloving to reduce surgical cross-infection (review)
  4. How often does glove perforation occur in surgery?
  5. Surgical glove perforations and the risk of surgical site infection
  6. Bacterial migration through punctured surgical gloves under real surgical conditions
  7. Top Clinical Reasons to Wear Powder-Free Gloves
  8. Protecting surgeons from blood contamination in the operating room
  9. Acute viral hepatitis
  10. Prevention of transmissible infections in the perioperative setting
  11. Recommended practices for prevention of transmissible infections in the perioperative practice setting
  12. The ABCs of hepatitis
  13. In-use surgical glove failure rate comparison study

Clinical summaries related to antiseptics

  1. The effect of daily bathing with chlorhexidine on the acquisition of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus, and healthcare-associated bloodstream infections: results of a quasi-experimental multicenter trial
  2. Chlorhexidine bathing and microbial contamination in patients' bath basins
  3. A preoperative decolonization protocol for Staphylococcus aureus prevents orthopaedic infections
  4. Effect of hospital-wide chlorhexidine patient bathing on healthcare-associated infections

Clinical summaries related to staff clothing

  1. Survival of Enterococi and Staphylococci on Hospital Fabrics and Plastic
  2. Comparison of bacteria on new, disposable, laundered, and unlaundered scrubs
  3. Gordonia bronchialis Sternal Wound Infection in 3 Patients following Open Heart Surgery: Intraoperative Transmission from a Healthcare Worker
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