Avoiding infections is better than having to treat them – which is why infection control plays such an extraordinarily important role in the healthcare sector. It is therefore essential to implement practical, effective, and easy-to-implement hygiene measures to support the compliance of medical and nursing staff in the best possible way. In addition to basic hygiene (e. g. hand and surface disinfection or barrier precautions such as examination gloves), there are hygiene measures tailored to the respective type of infection: these also include recommendations for action to prevent device-associated infection or specific measures in the event of noroviruses and antibiotic-resistant pathogens. Best practice examples provide valuable guidance for hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, operating theatres, medical practices, and residential and nursing homes.

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