Cumplimiento de una estrategia de higiene de las manos en ambientes asistenciales

Compliance with a hand hygiene strategy in healthcare settings

Observância da estratégia de higiene das mãos em ambientes assistenciais

  • Mercedes Salcedo-Cifuentes Universidad del Valle (Colombia)
  • Cecilia Andrea Ordóñez-Hernández Universidad Libre (Colombia)
  • Andrea Patricia Calvo-Soto Universidad Santiago de Cali (Colombia)
Palabras clave: desinfección de las manos, servicios preventivos de salud, higiene de las manos, prevención de enfermedades
Key-words: hand disinfection, preventive health services, hand hygiene, disease prevention
Palavras chave: desinfeção de mãos, serviços preventivos de saúde, higiene de mãos, prevenção de doença

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Salcedo-Cifuentes, Mercedes; Ordóñez-Hernández, Cecilia Andrea; Calvo-Soto, Andrea Patricia. Cumplimiento de una estrategia de higiene de las manos en ambientes asistenciales. Investigación en Enfermería: Imagen y Desarrollo. 2020; 22: 1-0. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/id/2205id [acceso: 20/04/2021]
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