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Handwashing in critical care

Handwashing in critical care

Medsurg Nursing 6(6): 364-369

Noncompliance with handwashing is a significant problem in the critical care setting. Numerous studies demonstrate that strategies can be implemented to improve compliance with handwashing. This information has relevance for all areas of nursing practice.

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