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Clean hands count for safe healthcare

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      Healthcare providers infographic. On average, healthcare providers clean their hands less than half of the times they should. That means you might be leaving yourself and your patients at risk for potentially deadly infections. FAC T : Healthcare providers might need to clean their hands as many as 100 times per 12-hour shift , depending on the number of patients and intensity of care. Know what it could take to keep your patients safe. www.cdc.gov/HandHygiene This material was developed by CDC. The Clean Hands Count Campaign is made possible by a partnership between the CDC Foundation and GOJO. Pubiication date from document properties. provider-infographic-508.pdf
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