Microbial Contamination of Mobile Phones in the Medical Laboratory Technology Department of a Private University in Alexandria, Egypt

@inproceedings{Elkady2017MicrobialCO,
  title={Microbial Contamination of Mobile Phones in the Medical Laboratory Technology Department of a Private University in Alexandria, Egypt},
  author={H. El-kady},
  year={2017}
}
  • H. El-kady
  • Published 2017
  • Approximately 75 % of adults worldwide have access to mobile phones. Three-quarters of the world’s seven billion mobile phone subscribers live in lowand middleincome countries, making the developing world more mobile than the developed world (Kamiset al., 2015). With all the achievements and benefits of the mobile phone, it is possible to overlook the health hazards it might pose to its many users(Czapiński and Panek,2011).As it can easily fit in one’s pocket, mobile phones have become part of… CONTINUE READING
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