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    Question: Although both Antiseptic and Disinfectants have common mechanism, how Antiseptics are more beneficial for the living organism? INDEX S.NO SUB-TOPICS PAGE No. 1 Introduction - Antiseptic vs Disinfectant 2 Antiseptics • Definition • Mode of action of antiseptics • Examples of Antiseptics • Structure of Antiseptic 3 Disinfectants • Definition • Structure of Disinfectants • Mode of action of disinfectants • Examples of disinfectants • Applications of Disinfectant 4 Conclusion INTRODUCTION - Antiseptic vs Disinfectant Antiseptic and Disinfectant are made for destroying bacteria and killing germs. They may seem to be the same but there is one major difference between them. Antiseptics are used on living tissues…

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    Effective Hand Cleansing

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    Use liquid or foam detergent from a dispenser. This will remove 95% of transient micro-organisms from the hands. It should last at least for 15-30 seconds. It’s not necessary to use antibacterial soap. Clinical techniques Only an approved antiseptic detergent (eg 4% Chlorhexidine gluconate or 7.5% Povidone iodine) should be used. Clinical techniques should be used prior to undertaking operative procedures. Clinical hand washing should take at least 30-60…

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    and disease. According to an article from the Safe Care Campaign, “They minimize the transmission of microorganisms from the hands to the patient, and prevent exposure of the hands to the patient’s body fluids and tissues.” If surgical gloves are not readily available, you will need to wash your hands thoroughly and dry them completely. After you have done this, make sure there are no clothes or other objects obstructing the area of sterilization. There are two different methods of sterilization…

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    Case Scenario 2- Sidney the stray: You have received a call from a client about a stray kitten, Sidney that they have adopted in the last 48 hours. The client is concerned about his apparent skin problems and describes multiple round crusty lesions and patchy fur on Sidney. He seems to be eating ok, and the client reports that Sidney is very playful, although appears to have a swollen front paw that he occasionally limps on. The client would like to make an appointment for the lameness to be…

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    Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Dressing Changes The focus of this paper is to provide the importance of evidenced based practice (EBP) in the nursing field and to compare the policy of Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center’s topic of peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) dressing changes to multiple evidenced based practices. Within the past decades, changing a PICC line dressing has changed over time. Different antiseptic agents and techniques of cleaning the site are…

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    Evidence Based Paper Outline: “Scrub the Hub” 1. Introduction of the Problem a. Hospital acquired infections i. About 20 percent from venous access ii. Can be linked to not cleaning the port before use iii. May also be related to insertion techniques; however, cleansing at insertion protocols are more closely followed. 2. Identification of problem or complaint and nursing interventions a. Nursing interventions i. Safety- provide adequate infection control and prevention ii. Putting the pts…

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    the same year. Syme ultimately became Lister’s father-in-law. Four years after marrying Syme’s daughter, Agnes, Joseph Lister was appointed Professor of Surgery at the University of Glasgow. Lister also taught at the Royal Infirmary, and in time he was appointed Chair of Surgery at King’s College in London, England (“Sir Joseph Lister”). Multiple influential scientists inspired Lister during his lifetime. Louis Pasteur in particular, whose research was relatively unexplored at the time, was…

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    Antisepsis Case Studies

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    The first surgeon to use surgical skin antisepsis was Joseph Lister. He experimented in the 1800s with using carbolic acid on various types of surgical wounds. Lister had discovered that by using carbolic acid on the patient’s skin and on his hands; the rates of surgical site infections (SSIs) and death in his patients were reduced (Spruce, 2016). HE was also the first physician to publish an article related to antiseptic techniques; the article was titled On the Antiseptic Principle in the…

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    Antiseptic Lab Report

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    “See if you can guess what I am now … I’m a zit. Get it?” - Bluto Background: The purpose of the antiseptic lab was to show the effectiveness of multiple antiseptics: hydrogen Peroxide, Purell hand sanitizer, Water and Iodine. The procedure of the lab for the first day involved our group acquiring a cotton swab and using the swab to gather the Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) bacteria from various spots around our face, we then grabbed a Petri dish filled only with a thin layer of agar. We…

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    CVC Dressing Infection

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    out. Transparent dressings are the most effective in protecting the exit locations since they permit clear visibility for evaluation. This type of CVC has a much lower changing frequency and this helps to reduce scarring and subsequent infections. Furthermore, since most of the infections come through insertion and removal of the catheters, it is important nurses perform the exercise under aseptic conditions. Rather than just cleaning the skin-catheter junctions using alcohol only, there should…

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