Better hand hygiene in Germany and the Netherlands

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New results from AniCura’s study on hand hygiene show that veterinary clinics in Germany and the Netherlands have improved their hand hygiene as they joined AniCura’s quality program. Proper hand hygiene is the single most important measure to prevent infections and the spread of resistant bacteria in healthcare.
For the fourth year in a row, AniCura completed a study about hand hygiene in European veterinary care. This year, 120 veterinary clinics from eight countries participated in the study that measured the daily use of alcohol-based hand sanitiser. On average, 6.7 ml of alcohol-based

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