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When should you wash your hands with soap and water?



A. Your hands are visibly dirty
B. Between patients
C. Your hands are visibly contaminated with blood or body fluids
D. Before and after eating
E. After using the restroom

This question is part of Hand Hygiene

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J. Shatner

J. Shatner, Content writer, Boston

Answered on Sep 09, 2019

All of the answers to this question, A. Your hands are visibly dirty, B. Between patients, C. Your hands are visibly contaminated with blood or body fluids, D. Before and after eating, E. After using the restroom, are correct. Everyone needs to wash their hands, but especially health care officials who deal with germs for a living.

When the World Health Organization conducted their research in 2013, they found that only 60% of the time do doctors wash their hands. They also found that only 71% of the time do nurses wash their hands. Both are low numbers, seeing that they should both wash their hands 100% of the time.

John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Jan 26, 2017

Your hands are visibly dirty
Your hands are visibly contaminated with blood or body fluids
Before and after eating
After using the restroom

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