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SECURITY BY DESIGN
In the mid-19th century, the mortality rates for women who delivered babies at the best maternity hospitals in America and Europe were three times greater than women who delivered babies with midwives. The medical community explored several ways to detect the and stop the infection and save lives, but to no avail. Finally, a brilliant doctor at the Vienna General Hospital, Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis, discovered and implemented one simple policy – “wash your hands”! In this pre-Louis Pasteur world, people hadn’t discovered the role of the bacteria in transmitting diseases and doctors would go from autopsies to deliveries without washing their hands. This one change in policy brought the hospital childbed-mortality rates down by 90%. In fact, today we all know several other benefits of the simple act of washing your hands and have, since Pasteur, figured out other forms of preventative medicine. READ MORE