Workers who have or are at risk to have contact dermatitis, show a marked improvement in their quality skin using gloves containing Aloe vera gel, according to newly released study published in the February issue of American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC), the official journal of the Association infection control and epidemiology. Aloetouch Medline exam gloves site were used in the study.

 

The study authored by Dennis P. West, Ph.D., of the Department of Dermatology, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, and Ya Fen Zhu, MS, Shen Wei Zhangiagan Dayu Rubber products, Jiangsu Province, China.

 

"The main advantage of letting us health workers and their leaders that the workers, many of whom have dry, chapped hands, wash hands and wear these gloves more often," said Tripp Amdur, president perchatochnom Division in Medline from within. "Despite the new guidelines issued by the Center for Disease Control on hand hygiene in health care, studies show that many health professionals are not strictly following the procedures. These gloves that help soothe and moisturize the hands of employees at the time they wear them, support these important washing gloves and practice. "

 

According to CDC, that about two million patients in the United States become infected in hospitals each year, and about 90,000 of these patients die as a result of their infection. After treatment of industrial policy alone can prevent the death of up to 20,000 patients a year.

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