Safety

Study: Glove use does not guarantee clean hands

OSHA Healthcare Connection, November 22, 2011

A study has found that the gloved hands of healthcare providers may be hazardous to patients because the rate of compliance with hand hygiene was significantly lower when gloves were worn.

See the OSHA Healthcare advisor post for more details, including a link to the study.

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