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s toilet paper use cause inhospital infections
Started by zisis
Posted: September 23, 2017 at 15:07
IS TOILET PAPER USE RELATED TO VAGINA- URINARY - ACQIRED HOSPITAL
INFECTIONS- FOOD MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION ? ( or, do you belong,
not knowing it, to those that disperse around the E. COLI ?)
When somebody is using t. paper to wipe up, the cleaning is
incomplete. A feces layer remains, which soon IS DRIED out and is
VAPORIZED, so dangerous microbes overwhelm the near organs,
especially in females (one to two women is having U.T. infection),
and finally contaminate all house objects and naturally our FOOD.
The result is INFECTIONS ARE SPREAD TO FAMILY MEMBERS.
The same and worse it applies to hospital wards, where obviously
weakened patients are unable even to use t. paper. It isnít
strange that in spite of all efforts up to now, in-hospital
infections are not uncommon. It is imperative for
Health Services and medicals to give a quick and clear answer to
the above question, so more effectively to face microbes at their
SOURCE.

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