Wash Your Hands Like a Neurosurgeon
Washing your hands is one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself and others during COVID-19.
Learn how neurosurgeons at Barrow Neurological Institute wash their hands to keep patients safe.
Be sure to wash your hands after the following activites:
- When preparing food
- Before eating
- After sneezing or coughing
- After using the toilet
- When treating cuts or wounds
- When caring for sick loved ones
- After touching animals or animal waste
- After touching garbage
Thanks for doing your part! See how the pros at Barrow do it by watching neurosurgeon Laura Snyder, MD, scrub-in.
Since 1962, the world’s leading experts at Barrow Neurological Institute have accepted the challenge of treating patients deemed “untreatable” – giving them hope and saving their lives. Today, doctors, scientists, nurses, and therapists at Barrow rise to a new challenge – providing the best care for patients battling the worst brain and spine disorders, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, brain cancer, stroke, and other devastating neurological conditions do not subside when a pandemic arises. Rest assured, Barrow Neurological Institute is doing everything possible to care for patients during this crisis, and Barrow Neurological Foundation and our donors will make sure they have the resources they need. Click here to donate to the cause.
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