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In five studies concerned the resistant bacteria

Dec 2nd 2013 at 9:37 PM

Feet compared eight studies, in which a total of 989 were examined for smart phones bacteria. Depending on the study 42 to 94.7 percent of smart phones from the hospital appeared to have, especially at the edges. Bacteria-derived

In five studies concerned the resistant bacteria: pathogenic bacteria such as MRSA that are not susceptible to antibiotics and precisely in the hospital already weak patients particularly hard hit. Researchers found resistant bacteria to between 2.8 and 31.3 percent of the surveyed phones.

Smart phones ward off the doctor's office, as is already with another bacterium sources' as rings and bracelets happen, according Feet is not an option. '' A troublesome difference is that the smart phone has undeniable benefits, which is not true for jewelry.''

A smart phone disinfect with alcohol, however, can be disastrous for the device Feet therefore calls for adequate disinfection, so that a doctor touches his phone only when he has washed his hands. Special protective film would also have a phone can help, so that is questionable. Disinfected

He also lets do it RIVM additional research. Van Rijn indicates not want to wait for European rules.


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