Liquid versus gel handrub formulation: a prospective intervention study

@article{Traor2007LiquidVG,
  title={Liquid versus gel handrub formulation: a prospective intervention study},
  author={Ousmane Traor{\'e} and St{\'e}phane Hugonnet and Jann L{\"u}bbe and W. Griffiths and Didier Pittet},
  journal={Critical Care},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={R52 - R52}
}
INTRODUCTION Hand hygiene is one of the cornerstones of the prevention of health care-associated infection, but health care worker (HCW) compliance with good practices remains low. Alcohol-based handrub is the new standard for hand hygiene action worldwide and usually requires a system change for its successful introduction in routine care. Product acceptability by HCWs is a crucial step in this process. METHODS We conducted a prospective intervention study to compare the impact on HCW… CONTINUE READING