Booties, Over-Shoes and Dedicated Footwear

Contaminated Operating Theatre Foot Wear: A Potential Source of Healthcare Associated Infections in a Northern Nigerian Hospital 

Emmanuel O Nwankwo, Azeez O Akande

Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Natural Sciences Kogi State University, Ayangba., Department of Microbiology and Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine Bayero University, PMB 3011, Kano, Nigeria.

To determine the Effect of Wearing Shoe Covers by Medical Staff on Infection Rates, Mortality and Length of Stay in Intensive Care Unit

Ali Z, Qadeer A, Akhtar A. To determine the effect of wearing shoe covers by medical staff and visitors on infection rates, mortality and length of stay in Intensive Care Unit. Pak J Med Sci 2014;30(2):272-275.

Impact of Protective Footwear on Floor and Air Contamination of Intensive Care Units

Lt A Gupta, Brig AC Anand, VSM, Lt Col SK Chumber, Wg Cdr VK Sashindran, SR Patrikar

Protective Over-Shoes are Unnecessary in a Day Surgery Unit

N. C. Weightman and K. R. Banfield

Departments of Microbiology and *Infection Control, Friarage Hospital, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 IJG, UK

Blood-Saturated Operative-Room Shoe Covers