94% of white coats used in hospitals are contaminated by dan
Unclean white coats worn by doctors and other staff in hospitals are emerging as the biggest sources of infections. What's even more worrying is that the bacteria and fungus present in these coats have developed resistance to several antibiotics.

A study, published in the recent issue of the International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, says that 94% of white coats used in hospitals are contaminated by dangerous bacteria and fungus like Aspergillus, which lead to nosocomial (hospital-acquired) infections. Even pens and sthethoscopes used by doctors can harbour disease-causing micro-organisms...

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Dr. M●●●●●l G●●●●●l
Dr. M●●●●●l G●●●●●l General Surgery
So we have yo go without apron n stethoscope n pen in wards???
Jan 20, 2017Like
Dr. B●●●l D●●●i
Dr. B●●●l D●●●i General Medicine
Interesting
Jan 21, 2017Like