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[Quantitative studies of Salmonella at two sewage purification plants in Schleswig-Holstein].
Quantitative Salmonella counts in different stages of the sewage treatment plants of Kiel (Bülk) and Plön in Schleswig-Holstein (FRG) were measured during a one-year-period. In weekly alternation theExpand
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[Quantitative and qualitative studies of Yersinia species in the waste water of a purification plant].
During a long term investigation (October 1986 October 1987) Yersinia spp. were isolated from sewage in 5 different stages of a sewage treatment plant in Kiel (Bülk), Schleswig-Holstein, FRG. MethodsExpand
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SPREAD OF MICROORGANISMS BY AIR‐CONDITIONING SYSTEMS—ESPECIALLY IN HOSPITALS
  • K. Gundermann
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 December 1980
It was the air-conditioning system in a new tuberculosis hospital, that, in 1965, first made us look into the problems connected with these systems in hospitals. Overpressure ventilation was appliedExpand
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The efficacy of low temperature plasma (LTP) sterilization, a new sterilization technique.
The efficacy of low temperature plasma (LTP) sterilization, a newly developed sterilization procedure was tested. Following experiments were carried out: Determination of the most resistant testExpand
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[On bilirubin excretion in the urine of normal adults].
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New methods for determining pre-operative and postoperative skin disinfection.
A comparison was made of the Thran pressurized spray gun and scrubbing with cotton swabs on the removal of organisms from the skin. Both methods showed similar results but sometimes considerableExpand
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[Guidelines for the testing and evaluation of skin disinfectants].
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Hygienic monitoring of environmental surroundings in office-based ambulatory surgery units--an instrument for infection control.
Out-patient operations cause lower costs and they are a method the patients are less burdened with than it is the case with usual operating methods. Avoiding nosocomial infections is regarded asExpand
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