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Hand hygiene

Because children with cancer are susceptible to infections, it is important that everyone at Máxima Center disinfect their hands regularly. This applies to staff, volunteers, parents and visitors.
That's why pumps of hand alcohol are hung throughout the hospital: such as at the main entrance, in the outpatient and day care areas, on every ward and, of course, at the entrance to the parent-child rooms.

  • Hold a dry hand under the pump. Enough hand alcohol will automatically get on your hand.
  • Rub your hands well and don't forget your fingertips, thumbs, space between your fingers and your wrists.
  • Rub until your hands are dry.

At home, washing your hands (regularly) with soap and water is sufficient.