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Publikationen

Titelübersicht derjenigen Studien, die vom BODE SCIENCE CENTER  allein oder in Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Wissenschaftlern publiziert wurden:

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20112010älter
 

Publikationen 2011

Horejsh D, Kampf G (2011) Efficacy of three surface disinfectants against spores of Clostridium difficile ribotype 027.
International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 214: 172-174.

Kampf G, Dettenkofer M (2011) Desinfektionsmaßnahmen im häuslichen Umfeld – was macht wirklich Sinn?
Hygiene & Medizin 36: 8-11.

Kampf G (2011) “Persistent activity” of chlorhexidine or alcohol-based hand rubs – what is really necessary to prevent nosocomial infections?
American Journal of Infection Control 39: 255-256.

Scheithauer S, Oude-Aost J, Heimann K, Haefner H, Schwanz T, Waitschies B, Kampf G, Orlikowsky T, Lemmen SW (2011) Hand hygiene in paediatric and neonatological intensive care unit patients: Daily opportunities and indication- and profession-specific analyses of compliance.
American Journal of Infection Control 39: 732-737.

Verwilghen D, Grulke S, Kampf G (2011) Pre-surgical hand antisepsis: concepts and current habits of veterinary surgeons.
Veterinary Surgery 40: 515-521.

Kampf G, Widmer AF (2011) Scrub or rub? What is best practice for hand hygiene before surgery?
The Veterinary Journal 190: 307-308.

Reichel M, Heisig P, Kampf G (2011) Identification of variables for the aerobic bacterial density on clinically relevant skin sites.
Journal of Hospital Infection 78: 5-10.

Kampf G, Ostermeyer C (2011) World Health Organization-recommended handrub formulations do not meet European efficacy requirements for surgical hand disinfection in five minutes.
Journal of Hospital Infection 78: 123-127.

Kampf G, Reichel M, Christiansen B (2011) Hautantiseptik in 30 Sekunden ohne Differenzierung?
Hygiene & Medizin 36: 183-185.

Tschudin Sutter S, Frei R, Kampf G, Tamm M, Pflimlin E, Battegay M, Widmer AF (2011) Emergence of glutaraldehyde-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 32: 1173-1178.