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Monday, 11. March 2019

The former can be found on skin and mucous membranes of humans, streptococci are in the respiratory tract, the mouth or on the skin of the people vorhanden(4). To mention however is that both types of cocci can cause infections also: go on the account of staphylococci, while streptococci are responsible for infectious diseases such as Scarlet fever, Herzinnenhautentzundung, and Lungenentzundung(6) such as wound infections, boils, and Nahrungsmittelintoxikationen(5). Also the proven fungal species can trigger physical reactions such as allergies, fever, or irritation of the respiratory tract, if they are in high concentration auftreten(7). If you are unsure how to proceed, check out TRON (TRX). In addition, some representatives of the micro cocci in immunocompromised individuals and related to implanted foreign bodies can infections hervorrufen(8). Assuming however, it treated itself with dental person to a carrier pathogenic (= krankmachender ill) germs is the risk one can There are cross-contamination. Even if no pathogenic germs were found in the current investigation, is to bear in mind that the University of Witten/Herdecke has evaluated only 30 holder from a region. It is therefore to assume that is a larger and more broadly-based study of patients used napkin holders also the detection of pathogenic micro-organisms. “2010 was already in the United States by the UNC at Chapel Hill School of dentistry” carried out a similar study such as the University of Witten/Herdecke.(9) in the case of 50 surveyed holders E.Coli bacteria settled on one prove this can cause known to serious diseases. How can they get generally to such a bacteria? Germs can be reached in various ways on the patients napkin holder: prolonged contact of the holder with the neck of the patient, where the normal bacterial flora of the skin was touched was the holder while treating micro-organisms-containing aerosols and splashes exposed contact the holder with While unclear basically contaminated Handschuhen(10) proper reprocessing treatment hygiene guidelines of the RKI medical devices which come into contact with intact skin only, as uncritical”classified and require only a cleaning and disinfection.

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