Wound / Ostomy / Continence
septic and aseptic wound dress-room differences
Nov 15, '12
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Can somebody explain me septic and aseptic wound dress-room differences main differences???????
Nov 17, '12
Can you please clarify if you mean aseptic, sterile, or clean? Are you asking about the protocol for dressing changes?
May I ask: What information are you seeking; and then perhaps we can help direct a bit further.
Are you a Nurse? A few details with regard to situation, and background would be very helpful.
Follow Your Bliss
Nov 20, '12
I have never heard of a septic wound care. Sepsis is bad. There is clean and sterile technique.
Nov 24, '12
And I'm pretty sure the room doesn't matter to be honest ... It's just for example PICC dressings are sterile technique and ulcers are clean technique
Nov 28, '12
Wound dressing room for septic (infected) wounds, and wound dressing room for noninfected wounds ------------>diferrences
Nov 28, '12
Are u in the US ? I have not heard this idea of different 'rooms'...
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