Role of Hand Hygiene in the Microbial Agents Contamination and Borne Infection by Finger-print Detect Device Screens, Taif, KSA
Abstract: This paper were conducted to study role of hand hygiene in the microbial agents contamination and borne infection by Finger-Print Detect Device Screens (FDDSs), Taif, KSA. The prevalence of microorganisms (MOs) isolated from total specimens, were (50, 40 and 20%) for ( G. Negative, G. Positive and Yeast) respectively. The prevalence of the mean differentiated MOs from positive specimens G. Positive were included (Staph. Spp. and Strept Spp.) as (75 and 25%). G. Negative were included (E. coli, PA, Pro. Spp. and Ent. Spp.) as (46.7, 20, 20 and 13.3%). Yeast were included as (Can. Spp. and Mo. Spp.) as (66.7 and 33.3%) respectively. Hands are consider as an important sources of MOs to the community, so this paper is advising for hand hygiene perfectly for every persons. As well as that was reflected from our simple paper research which was worked on FDDSs that often use in all companies now a day.
[Sherifa Mostafa M. Sabra and Eman Mohammed I. Fayad (2015); Role of Hand Hygiene in the Microbial Agents Contamination and Borne Infection by Finger-print Detect Device Screens, Taif, KSA Int. J. of Adv. Res. 3 (4). 0] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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