7 Body Parts You’re Not Washing the Right Way

Categories: Articles & Healthcare September 26, 2018
Hygiene. Cleaning Hands. Washing hands.

PDI Healthcare’s Director of Clinical Affairs, Debra Hagberg, MT, CIC, was featured in an article about hand hygiene on the Reader’s Digest’s website.

7 Body Parts You’re Not Washing the Right Way

Source: Reader’s Digest

Author: Meghan Jones with Expert Commentary from Debra Hagberg, MT, CIC


“You’ve surely heard it before: Wash your hands! But even if you do wash your hands after using the bathroom and before preparing or eating food, you may not be washing them thoroughly enough to prevent the spread of germs. “People should wash their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, lathering the palms of hands, the backs of hands, between fingers, and under fingernails,” advises Debra Hagberg, MT, CIC, director of clinical affairs for PDI Healthcare, a leader in infection prevention products.