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Hand disinfection is to be performed as the preferred choice when hands are visible clean or dry. Hand washing is to be performed when hands are visible soiled and wet
Hand disinfection with an alcohol-based hand rub can reduce transient bacteria by 2.6 to 6.8 log 10 units.
1. Specific for the profession
1.1. Public health
1.1.1. Public health guidance
1.1.2. Public health science
1.1.3. Public health policy
1.1.4. Public health preparedness against acute and emerging public health threats
1.2. Applied Epidemiology
1.2.1. Risk assessment
1.2.2. Public health surveillance
1.2.3. Outbreak investigation
1.2.4. Epidemiological studies
1.2.5. Laboratory literacy
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Shuchi posted on 2/12/2013 3:12:55 PM:
Is the month in last graph correctly written?
Vladimir Prikazsky replied on 2/13/2013 1:28:21 PM:
To answer your question, the months in the second grapgh are not correct if we specify the year. In the first grapgh December of the previous and January of the following year are missing. Personally I prefer the histogram. Thank you for this observation!
sbpmebxu replied on 7/29/2015 7:30:14 PM: 1
sbpmebxu replied on 7/29/2015 8:35:13 PM: 1
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