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Alter Your Infection Control Manual James Marx, RN, MS, CIC Broad Street Solutions May 2006

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What Infection Control Manual? Administrative Title 22 Federal Conditions of Participation JCAHO OSHA

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Establish your practice Many practices are not indicated in law Isolation rehearse Surveillance techniques and definitions Outbreak ID and followup "Its our arrangement to … ." Not to disconnect occupants Do two stage TST for new confirmations

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Critical strategies Surveillance framework Definition of contamination Case discovering strategies Reporting plan Isolation framework When to begin and stop disengagement precautionary measures Employee wellbeing Required antibodies

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Foundation Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) Describe your one of a kind inhabitant populace Describe your one of a kind staff populace How constrained are your assets What momentum patterns will impact IC hone

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Essential Elements Program portrayal Job depiction Surveillance System Isolation System Hand Hygiene Outbreak Management Employee Health Tuberculosis Control Program Bloodborne Pathogens Program Reportable Diseases

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Program depiction Broad approaches that are utilized all through the office Department particular approaches Nursing Housekeeping and Laundry Facilities Activities Therapies Food Services

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Job depiction What is normal? What preparing is given? Starting? On-going? What support is accessible? What composed assets are accessible? How would you stay aware of changes?

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Surveillance System Infection Prevention Risk Assessment Definition of contamination Analysis of the data Comparing the information Creating reports Quarterly meeting

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Isolation System New rule from CDC expected 2006 Will incorporate data for LTC Last rule distributed 1996 Needs to be adjusted for LTC California rule on Antibiotic Resistant Microorganisms Local district based rules

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1996 CDC Isolation Guideline Standard Precautions Transmission Precautions Airborne Droplet Contact

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Airborne Precautions Tuberculosis, Chickenpox, Measles Requires a negative weight room Requires 6-12 air trades for every hour Requires the utilization of N95 respirators Requires fit testing program Modify approach to address every ailment

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Tuberculosis Use 2005 CDC rule for Prevention and Control of TB Perform yearly hazard appraisal Define a speculate TB cases Positive AFB spread Suspicious mid-section x-beam with side effects Pre-get ready for exchange of suspect cases

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Chickenpox Screen all human services laborers (100%) Check blood titer of potential non-safe specialists (8-10 %) Vaccinate powerless laborers (1-2%)

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Measles Generally not an issue in grown-up LTC populaces Vaccine is prescribed for any grown-up who does have history or immunization

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Droplet Precautions Influenza Standard surgical veil Advise staff, doctors, inhabitants and family Suspend socialization (exercises/feasting, appearance) Consider antiviral treatment Room entryway may stay open Annual occupant and staff inoculation program is basic to anticipate and contain a flare-up Consider compulsory inoculation/declination program

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Contact Precautions Need to alter 1996 CDC rule Socialization amid exercises Dining room Degree of Precautions Colonization and disease Infection just Standard Precautions just

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Scabies

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Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria Colonized occupants MRSa-25% for 3months to 3 years VRE-25-67% for 3-4 months GNR-22% for 2 months

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MRSa Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Can be ordinary skin vegetation An undesirable symptom of anti-microbial utilize Regular hand cleanliness demonstrated Routine cleaning of the earth Cleaning of multi-utilize occupant mind gear Blood weight sleeve Stethoscope Thermometer

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VRE Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus Can be typical gut verdure An undesirable reaction of anti-microbial utilize Routine cleaning of the earth Special regard for things with stool contact Eliminate electronic rectal thermometers Develop a framework to sanitize bedpans after utilize Dispose bowel purge hardware after utilize Disinfect shower seats between utilize

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Common inquiries concerning disconnection in talented nursing Can we utilize detachment signs? Would it be a good idea for us to do Admission/Periodic observation societies? At the point when do we suspend confinement? What number of negative societies are required? MRSA, VRE, C. diff How ought to segregation be archived in the therapeutic record? Mind Plan? Would it be a good idea for us to utilize veils with MRSa? Is antibacterial cleanser required?

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Hand Hygiene CDC rule 2002 Alcohol hand sanitizer in every clinical circumstance Soap and water when hands are obviously grimy, before eating and in the wake of utilizing the washroom Decide situation of compartments Conform to neighborhood terminate laws

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Cleaning and Disinfection Identify surface to be cleaned Use as per Direction for Use Create a cleaning plan Assign duty regarding cleaning Decide on the provisions expected to clean

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Storage of clean things Identify range stockpiling territory Clean, cool, no daylight, dry Establish a calendar to turn stock Insure that outdates are checked Assign obligation

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Outbreak Management Define a flare-up Define a case Find extra cases Institute control measures Formulate a speculation Communicate discoveries

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Employee Health Initial and yearly TB screen Two stage TST for representatives who have not been tried in past year Include volunteers with > 10 hours for each week Initial wellbeing examination Annual wellbeing examination Can be finished by poll just with RN audit (require Program Flexibility) Vaccine Preventable Diseases screen Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella, Hepatitis B, Influenza (Oct-March), Tetnus/diphtheria/pertussis

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Tuberculosis Control Program Resident screening Initial tuberculin skin test (TST)- required Annual screening (decide your approach) Not required by Title 22 or Federal COP Not suggested by the CDC Recommended by California TB Controllers Association and DHS Employee screening

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Bloodborne Pathogens Program Identify staff at introduction chance Identify strategies and gadgets that decrease the danger of presentation Provide instruction Implement hepatitis B inoculation program Include required post immunization titers Define presentation follow up convention

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Reportable Conditions Contact nearby district/city wellbeing division Conditions like Alzhiemer Disease and slip by of cognizance

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Index and Table of Contents Have electronic rendition of arrangements Some product will make and record for you Different shading pages Isolation Table

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References Principles of Infection Control and Epidemiology-APIC 2003 www.cdc.gov www.immunize.org www.apic.org

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References and Resources www.cdc.gov/nip www.apic.org James Marx, RN, MS, CIC P.O. Box 16557, San Diego, CA 92176 619-656-7887 Voice/Fax www.InfectionControl.net

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References and Resources National Immunization Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention http://www.cdc.gov/nip S Bradley, Prevention of Influenza in Long-Term Care Facilities , ICHE, September 1999 Adult Immunization Programs in Nontraditional Settings and Use of Standing Orders Programs to Increase Adult Vaccination Rates , MMRW, March 24, 2000 http://new.cms.hhs.gov/AdultImmunizations/Downloads/2005-2006QAGuide.pdf

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Essential Elements Exercise Seasonal Influenza Isolation Systems Hepatitis B inoculation

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Influenza arranging exercise Seasonal flu Vaccination arranging and advancement Early location Reducing transmission Pandemic flu Bed limit Staffing capacities Supplies-veils, meds, antibody, tissues Temporary mortuary

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Hepatitis B inoculation Determine who ought to be immunized How will they be instructed? By what means will they get inoculated? Portray procedure of the three immunization arrangement How will post-antibody titer be finished?

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James Marx, RN, MS, CIC Broad Street Solutions P.O. Box 16557 San Diego, CA 92176 619-656-7887 Voice/Fax www.InfectionControl.net

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