Infection Control - Easy Way To Remember Your Precautions
- 2Aug 5, '12 by xxMichelleJxxairborne precautions:
"my chicken has tb, so sad"
measels (rubeola) ; chicken pox ; h1n1 ; tb ; sars ; smallpox
-- n95 respirator mask - wear before going into room ; take off when you come out of room
-- negative pressure room/private room/ door closed
-- patient wears surgical mask when transporting
-- limit patient transport
droplet precautions :
this is a little saying i made up my self - i hope it helps
" mmerp has been good dolly"
meningitis ; mumps ; epiglottitis; rubella (german measels) ; pertussis ; hib ; bacterial pneumonia ; group a strep ; diptheria
-- surgical mask when within 3 feet of the patient (put mask on in room)
-- private room
-- pt should wear surgical mask when transporting
-- limit pt's transport
-- pts affected w/ same organism may cohort (share room)
i made this one up too - its stupid but it helped lol
"hi ms. v! hrrv my caring knight"
herpes simplex virus; infected pressure ulcers ; major skin wound/burn infection ; sars ; vacciana (cow pox) ; herpes zoster (shingles) ; rsv ; rotavirus ; vre ; mrsa ; clostridum difficle ; klebsiella pneumonia
hrrv = kind supposed to be like hru (how are you)
-- gloves & gown before entering room
-- private room/ cohort
-- remove gloves + gowns before leaving room
-- change gloves after contact with infected material
-- dedicate equipment to pt ; leave equipment in room
so yea.. just thought i would share how i studied my infection control - i hope this helped!
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- 3Aug 5, '12 by 88nursinglove88DROPLET PRECAUTION think of SPIDERMAN!
S - Sepsis
S - Scarlet fever
S - Streptococcal pharyngitis
P - Parvovirus B19
P - Pertussis
P - Pneumonia
I - Influenza
D - Diptheria (Pharyngeal)
E - Epiglottitis
R - Rubella
M - Mumps
M - Meningitis
M - Mycoplasma or meningeal pneumonia
An - Adenovirus
- 0Aug 7, '12 by xxMichelleJxxQuote from SENSUALBLISSINFLSARS is considered airborne - It is written underneath airborne, but its also in Contact -- in my review book there was a chart listing which was contact, airborne, and droplet and SARS was listed under both airborne and contact.I thought that SARS was now being considered Airborne...can someone correct me or clarify this.
- 0This information has been here all along, it just that sometimes we wait until the last minute to look at resources.
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