Infection Control and Prevention

Infection Control and Prevention
Infection Control and Prevention
Infection Control and Prevention
Infection Control and Prevention
Infection Control and Prevention
Infection Control and Prevention
Infection Control and Prevention
Infection Control and Prevention
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Objectives:
Define importance of infection control and prevention in the health care setting
Explain the difference between Universal, Standard, and Transmission-based Precautions
Outline the six links in the chain of infection
Describe the classes of microorganisms
Recall various types of body fluids
List the routes of transmission
Describe barriers to break the chain of infection
Demonstrate the basic principles of infection control
Define key terms

Contents:
Defining infection control and prevention
Terminology
CDC, WHO, and OSHA
Universal and standard precautions
Transmission-based precautions
Classification of microorganisms and bloodborne pathogens
The chain of infection
Dirty – Clean - Sterile
Asepsis, aseptic techniques, and breaking the chain of infection
Best practices for employee training and patient education
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Total Pages
20 pages
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