Dry your hands with disposable paper towels. • Unbroken skin - intact and healthy skin is a major barrier to pathogens. Any cuts or abrasions should be covered with a waterproof dressing. • Gloves - wear gloves if you are handling body fluids or equipment containing body fluids, if you are touching someone else's broken skin or mucus membrane, or performing any other invasive procedure. Wash your hands between each client and use fresh gloves for each client where necessary.
After finishing modeling the frame, the artist will seal the frame and cover it with a release agent for easy removal of the rubber mold. Then, the next step is the mold making. There are several choices of material for the molds including latex, polyurethan rubber, or silicone. For a model with a larger scale, many molds might be required to create the model. When the artist finishes pouring his mold and letting it cure, he will then cover the inner surface of the mold by pouring molten wax onto it to make an even coating.
BC405 The procedure for exposure to blood (1) When a patron or licensee is exposed to blood by scissors cut, razor cut, needle stick, laceration or other exposure to broken skin or a mucous membrane, the licensee shall stop, thoroughly was the exposed area or wound on the patron’s body with soap and water, and disinfect the exposed area or wound with a topical antiseptic such as iodine, 70% isopropyl alcohol, or 6% stabilized hydrogen peroxide or equivalent. In the case of mucous membrane exposure, the licensee shall wash the affected area with plenty of water. (2) A Licensed establishment shall post a written protocol describing the procedure for unintentional conspicuous to licensee occupational exposure to bodily fluids described in sub (1). The protocol shall be posted in a place conspicuous to licensee. BC406 Precautionary procedures (1) A licensee shall cover all abrasions, oozing or open lesions or wounds on his or her hands or forearms prior
First, she washes her hands. She then introduces herself and explains the procedure to the patient. She places the patient into position and places her arm palm down. Next, Marcy finds the patient’s pulse on the wrist above the base of the thumb. Marcy applies a slight pressure with her first two fingers.
Blue top tubes are generally used for coagulation tests such as the PTT and PT, and lavender top tubes are best for tests such as the complete blood count, sedimentation rate, and the BNP. After choosing the correct tubes and gathering the remaining supplies, it is time to begin the actual phlebotomy procedure. Upon walking in the patient’s room, a phlebotomist should correctly identify the patient by visually checking the hospital bracelet and verbally confirming the name and date of birth. Then, the phlebotomist can begin looking at a patient’s arm to determine which size needle to use to draw blood into certain tubes. To begin, you should choose an arm and tie your tourniquet 2- 3 inches above the anticubital fossa (the bend of the arm).
Using the “water” plate first, I washed my hands without soap, and touched quadrant 1. I repeated this step until I had touched each quadrant. Then, using the “soap” plate, I washed my hands with soap, shook off the water and touched the first section. Then I washed my hands again using soap, and touched the second section. Next, I used a brush and soap to wash my hands for 2 minutes, and then touched the third section.
The skin will then be injected with a medication to numb the area. Epidural Steroid Injection Procedure After the area is prepared and numb the doctor will insert the needle though the skin toward the spine. Once the needle is in the proper space a small amount of dye may be injected to verify the position of the needle on the X-ray. After this the mixture of numbing medication and steroid in injected in the epidural space. The needle is then removed and a band-aid is placed over the site.
Use the 1.0mm opening for 1.6mm fiber. Also trim the Kevlar to the ‘C’ length using the electrician style scissors. * Using the marker pen and the template card provided, measure and mark the buffer strip length as shown on the template. * Using the buffer strippers, strip off the buffer in at least two pieces. * Using a dry, lint-free wipe; Remove any remnants of the protective coating on the fiber after stripping the buffer.
Infection control 1.1 It is my responsability to wear the PPE that is provided, also to wear the correct colour aprons to the job i am doing. It is important to use the correct colour mops, buckets and brushes this helps to stop cross infection. Also using the correct colour chopping bored. 1.1a Using equipment provided, washing hands when necessary. Washing clients clothes separate from other clients.
Biomembrane is irrigated to remove any debris. Then entire void was filled with the graft, care taken not to overstuff the void as this will make closure of biomembrane difficult. The biomembrane was repaired with absorbable vicryl sutures if possible, otherwise the soft tissue over it was repaired making the membrane fall back into place covering the graft completely. Watertight fascial closure was done, followed by skin closure using nylon. Post operative protocol.