glove juice


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glove juice

The bacteria, sweat, and skin cells that accumulate under a glove worn during an operation.
See also: juice
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Result: No statistically significant differences in glove juice culture positivity rates among both scrub arms for either clean or clean contaminated cases.
The glove juice cultures in the study group yielded one culture positive for Group-B Beta haemolytic Streptococci in a case of open inguinal hernioplasty that was categorised in the dry scrub protocol group (Table.
Our study demonstrates that there is no significant difference between wet and dry scrub protocols with respect to the wound infections rates and the glove juice culture positivity rates.