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Why do surgeons scrubs their hands with antiseptic soap before surgery?

Answer

So they do not spread infection during the surgery.
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Evidently you don't realize that a doctor's hands are used for many things, when not in surgery. He picks his nose, wipes his butt, he shakes hands with people that may clean septic
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There is a surgical scrub which is a combination of chlorhexidine
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E-mail question: My surgeon told me to stop smoking six weeks before my breast reduction surgery. I thought nicotine cleared out of the body in a week. Dr. Dean: It's not the nicotine
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