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7.1.2a Steps for ,removing, sterile surgical gloves – first approach 30 7.1.2b Steps for ,removing, sterile surgical gloves – second approach 31 7.1.2c Gloves requirements: Examples of medical and surgical procedures 32 7.4a Putting on ,and removing, a face shield 35 7.4b Sequence of ,wearing, N95/FFP2 particulate respirator and doing a seal check 37
PURPOSE OF THE RISK ASSESSMENT GRID Rank risks by ,score, to determine organizational priorities Assist in determining where to focus available resources Provides basis for developing The Infection Control Plan Identify gaps in infection prevention measures/processes Communication tool – provide leadership and patient care providers with known and potential risks which can directly affect our ...
Wear, gloves (single-use non-sterile) when there is the potential for contact with blood, body fluids/substances, mucous membranes or non-intact skin. Sterile gloves are only required for certain invasive procedures, otherwise non-sterile gloves may be used if a ,aseptic, non-touch technique is used.
wear, only in lab and throw away at the end of the dissection. Disposable shoe covers are recommended if you choose to ,wear, your regular closed toed shoes. 3. Lab coats (3/4 length) must be worn at all times. 4. Used lab coats may not be worn outside of the lab. You may leave your lab coat in the lab until the next time you dissect,
FGI ,Guidelines, Update #3: ,Operating, Room Requirements for 2014 and Beyond 2 “Invasive procedure” is a broad term often used to describe procedures from a simple injection to a major surgical operation. For the purposes of the ,Guidelines,, however, an invasive procedure is defined as a procedure that penetrates the protective surfaces of a patient’s body (e.g., skin or
Setting up a Sterile Field. ,Aseptic, procedures require a sterile area in which to work with sterile objects. A sterile field is a sterile surface on which to place sterile equipment that is considered free from microorganisms (Perry et al., 2014). A sterile field is required for all invasive procedures to prevent the transfer of microorganisms and reduce the potential for surgical site infections.
with water, detergents and mechanical action. The key to cleaning is the use of friction to ,remove, germs and debris. Contamination The presence of germs on hands or on a surface such as ,clothes,, gowns, gloves, bedding, toys, surgical instruments, patient care equipment, dressings or other inanimate objects. Cross-contamination
4. ,Wear, sterile gloves and change gloves if they become punched or torn. Make sure you discard the contaminated gloves. 5. ,Remove, sterile articles from a pack or a container by lifting them straight up and out. Never drag an article over the edge of a pack or a container. 6.
Head covering is not required except as part of standard ,operating, theatre attire or when performing a sterile/,aseptic, procedure (e.g. central line insertion). Care should be taken to avoid self-contamination when ,removing, PPE. The principle is to avoid contamination of ,clothing,, skin or …
of personnel ,wearing, artificial nails than from personnel with natural nails, both before and after hand washing. Fungal growth occurs frequently under artificial nails as a result of moisture becoming trapped between the natural and artificial nail. (47-49) Suggested ,criteria, for home laundering soiled surgical attire should include: