La importancia del lavado de manos por parte del personal a cargo del cuidado de los pacientes hospitalizados

@inproceedings{AlbaLeonel2014LaID,
  title={La importancia del lavado de manos por parte del personal a cargo del cuidado de los pacientes hospitalizados},
  author={Adela Alba-Leonel and G Fajardo-ortiz and Joaqu{\'i}n Papaqui-Hern{\'a}ndez},
  year={2014}
}
Handwashing with soap is one of the most effective and economical ways to prevent infectious diseases, nosocomial and improve patient safety. The prevalence of morbidity from gastroenteritis and respiratory infections in children are the main cause of action in the outpatient and inpatient; these can be prevented by simply washing hands with soap and water. Also Sergei Kolesnikov, epidemics reported significantly decreased after the appearance of soap. In May 2007, the World Health Organization… 
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