Increasing the coverage of personal protective equipment, or PPE, to include the hands and wrists reduces the contamination of personnel during removal, according to findings from two nonblinded cross-over trials. “Personal protective equipment that is designed to minimize the risk for contamination of personnel is needed to protect patients and personnel,” Curtis…

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