Clinical evidence summaries

Clinical evidence summaries

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, May 31 2012Posted in: Clinical evidence summaries

Continuously performing and evaluating clinical studies are one of the most important ways of securing that the products we offer are safe and efficient. Download our clinical summaries realted to surgical gloves, antiseptics, patient warming and hypothermia in pdf format below.

Clinical summaries related to surgical gloves

  1. Pdf symbolEfficacy of double gloving with an intrinsic indicator system (110 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  2. Pdf symbolDouble gloving to reduce surgical cross-infection (review) (101 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  3. Pdf symbolHow often does glove perforation occur in surgery? (110 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  4. Pdf symbolSurgical glove perforations and the risk of surgical site infection (120 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  5. Pdf symbolBacterial migration through punctured surgical gloves under real surgical conditions (98 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  6. Pdf symbolProtecting surgeons from blood contamination in the operating room (115 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  7. Pdf symbolAcute viral hepatitis (110 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  8. Pdf symbolPrevention of transmissible infections in the perioperative setting (96 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  9. Pdf symbolRecommended practices for prevention of transmissible infections in the perioperative practice setting (103 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  10. Pdf symbolThe ABCs of hepatitis (103 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  11. Pdf symbolIn-use surgical glove failure rate comparison study (223 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  12. Pdf symbolLatex allergy in children: modalities and prevention (83 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  13. Pdf symbolNatural rubber latex allergy in pediatric patients (60 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  14. Pdf symbolInfluence of double-gloving on manual dexterity and tactile sensation of surgeons (76 kB pdf, opens in a new window)

Clinical summaries related to antiseptics

  1. Pdf symbolA placebo-controlled trial of the effect of two preoperative baths or showers with chlorhexidine detergent on postoperative wound infection rates (59 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  2. Pdf symbolPreoperative shower bath with 4% chlorhexidine detergent solutions: reduction of Staphylococcus aureus in skin carriers and practical application (62 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  3. Pdf symbolPostoperative wound infections in vascular surgery: effect of preoperative whole body disinfection by shower-bath with chlorhexidine soap (39 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  4. Pdf symbolRationalizing whole body disinfection (42 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
  5. Pdf symbolPreventing surgical-site infections in nasal carriers of Staphylococcus aureus (45 kB pdf, opens in a new window)

Clinical summary related to patient warming and hypothermia

  1. Pdf symbolStudy to assess the safety and efficacy of an active self-warming blanket used to prevent hypothermia (21 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
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