SHARE – Bacterial recontamination after handwashing in rural India

2 responses to “SHARE – Bacterial recontamination after handwashing in rural India

  1. Pingback: Recontamination après lavage des mains dans l’Inde rurale - Un article de Le Blog d’Albert Amgar

  2. Nripendra Kumar Sarma, Guwahati, Assam (India )

    Well, it is understood that focus should be on the better Hygiene and Sanitation practices to avoid bacterial contamination leading to different diseases.
    Can we have the follwing information from this study?
    (a) What sort of activities of those mothers (14 Nos under study) are responsible for the recontamination of their hands (fingers), even after handwashing with soap and what is the time gap ?
    (b) What is the comparison of the contamination level between the two hands?
    (c) What is status of those women (under study), whether housewives or officegoers?
    (d) What was the most common activity among those women, which turned out to be vulnerable?
    Thanking you.
    Regards.

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