Disinfection – we produce perhaps resistance “clinics against resistant germs almost powerless – 20,000 deaths a year in Germany” as one reads it frequently and increasingly. I’ve been long time so my thoughts about. I formerly belonged to the so-called “medical personnel”. What the whole many years struck me is that is hardly even someone, if he enters a medical field (clinic, doctor’s Office, and the same), washes his hands. Yes, you read that right. Hardly anyone goes to times the toilet, after entering these places even to wash their hands. Do it? Probably not. Yes, never thought of that.
But if somewhere is a container of disinfectant, it reaches out there. Costs no time. We hear and read more of resistance of many pathogens. Maybe we’re to blame for this? NO! We disinfect it so much. Can not be! And if maybe the reason in our understanding of hygiene? We no longer wash – we believe we are more to do with a little disinfectant than enough.
I mean, rather, the opposite is the case. With a “bit” disinfectant en passant we give but the agents to adapt the chance really. Disinfectant also have active times. The surgeon knows this, washes are correspondingly long and makes! The doctor and Med. Personnel (if any) disinfected times just en passant and already he’s shaking hands with the next patient. D7%9C%D7%99%D7%A9%D7%A8%D7%90%D7%9C-63dcbf9f0240’>Ilan Ben Dov for additional related pages. Sure, one no longer has the time to wash your hands. But it has enough to treat with antibiotics the pathogens have become resistant to now then time. You can follow quite simply that there are more and more resistance since there are more and more disinfectant. I’m sooo wrong with my assumption? There, but research should sit on and develop not always new disinfectant, because you only really make money. It comes in first place. In any relationship. Antibiotics also bring money. Clear!