|Title:||Advanced Precautions for Today's O.R.: The Operating Room Professional's Handbook for the Prevention of Sharp Injuries and Bloodborne Exposures|
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|Publisher:||Sweinbinder Publications LLC; 1st edition|
Advanced Precautions for Today's . by Mark S. Davis, MD, FACOG ISBN: 664873-6-2. The enormous benefits of preventing sharps injuries and bloodborne exposures extend beyond prevention of occupationally acquired infections; cost savings, efficiency, liability prevention and stress reduction also define the safe surgical workplace.
Davis MS. Advanced Precautions for Today’s . Atlanta, GA: Sweinbinder Publications LLC; 2001. Training for the Development of Innovative Control Technologies Project (TDICT) Project.
The requirement to provide safety-engineered devices, mandated by the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act of 2000, has received scant attention in surgical settings. 100% of staff agrees to attend courses about prevention of needle stick. Conclusion: With attention to high prevalence of needle stick in OR, it seems that codify and perform courses about prevention of needle stick is very necessary. Article August 1999 · Nursing standard: official newspaper of the Royal College of Nursing.
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Needlesticks, scalpel cuts, and other injuries are common and underreported. The 2000 Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act and the revised Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Compliance Directive specify the need for evaluation, selection, and implementation of engineering controls and work practices that effectively eliminate or minimize injuries. Frontline healthcare workers must be involved in all phases of the change. Test Questions: True or False.
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A book titled Advanced Precautions for Today’s . provides a framework for developing a practice of intraoperative safety. The following safer sharps devices have been shown to reduce injuries to health care workers without compromising patient safety. As with any change in technique, education is essential. 2 M. Davis, Advanced Precautions for Today’s . Sweinbinder Publications LLC, Atlanta, Georgia Evaluation of blunt suture needles in preventing percutaneous injuries among healthcare workers during gynecological surgical procedures, MMWR 1997 46:25-29, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, New York City (March 1993June 1994). 3 9 Alternatives to scalpel use: Staples for closure of the outer layer of the skin can reduce suturing and thus sharps injuries.