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  • In the mid 1800's the Hungarian doctor, Ignaz Semmelweis, theorized that

  • hand washing or hand disinfection as he called it, reduced mortality

  • rates significantly. The surprise:

  • not many believed him. His ideas were rejected by the then medical

  • community.

  • Times have changed. Now we know that keeping hands clean through proper hand

  • washing is one of the most important steps we can take.

  • Clean hands helps to avoid getting sick and to stop the spread of germs to others.

  • Make sure you are not only washing hands, but

  • washing hands properly.

  • The first step is to wet your hands with clean,

  • warm, running water.

  • Add liquid soap and rub hands together vigorously until lather appears.

  • Wash wrists, palms, back of hands, fingers, and fingernails.

  • Think about how many germs can reside under jewelry

  • and long or artificial nails.

  • Wash hands for at least 20 seconds. Need a timer? A good idea

  • is to sing or hum the Happy Birthday song twice.

  • The next step is to rinse

  • hands thoroughly under warm, running water.

  • Now, dry hands with a clean

  • paper towel.

  • Use the paper towel to turn off the water taps.

  • By following these proper hand washing steps, you are supporting very

  • important health and safety practices in child care and school.

  • So, when should we wash hands? A lot!

  • When arriving for the day, or when moving from one group of children to another.

  • Wash hands before and after eating,

  • handling food, feeding a child, administering

  • medication, and when using sensory play such as sand

  • and water play. Always wash hands after diapering, toileting,

  • handling bodily fluids, wiping noses, mouths,

  • or cuts. Wash hands also after handling animals

  • and animal cages, or handling garbage.

  • Now that you have reviewed how to properly wash your hands,

  • you will be better able to encourage and to teach children the same -

  • how to properly wash their hands. Keeping hands clean through

  • proper hand washing is one of the most important steps we can take

  • to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others - a great healthy practice.

In the mid 1800's the Hungarian doctor, Ignaz Semmelweis, theorized that

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健康のための実践。手洗い (Healthy Practices: Hand Washing)

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    Pedroli Li に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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