Zeng Peixuan (Hsinchu Taste Dentist)｜Instructor: Dr. Fan Jiang Yuxin Is dental implant surgery safe? What protective measures have medical institutions taken to avoid wound infection? In the previous article " Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention Knowledge Easy [Our Distance from Dental Infection Control I] ", I talked about the relevant measures for Wuhan pneumonia epidemic prevention and the concepts that dental infection control should have.
I don't know if you already have What about basic cognition? Infection control is an "infection control" issue, and measures are taken to prevent cross-infection between medical staff and patients. Although patients are often unaware of photo background removing the dental sensory control process, when a patient walks into the clinic, waits on a chair, and leaves the clinic... In fact, each link must be controlled accordingly. Create a safe medical environment. Do a good job of sensor control, more secure In addition to the basic cleaning and cleaning visible to the naked eye, how should sensory control be implemented in the general dental medical environment, from before opening, during treatment, and after seeing a doctor? Here we take the SOP for a taste dentist visit as an example:
2 Photo Credit: Taste the Dentist's Heart When visiting the workplace, medical staff should change their casual clothes into uniforms, comb their hair, wear isolation gowns, surgical caps and masks, and avoid wearing hand accessories, such as watches, rings, hair ties, etc. , reduce the chance of contamination. Pipeline disinfection is required before and after the opening of the clinic, and the tabletop in the clinic should be kept as clean and tidy as possible. When using equipment that sprays droplets or aerosols, health care workers need to wear face shields or goggles, while patients need to wear drapes or goggles to prevent the aerosol and debris from falling into the eyes. After each patient leaves, use sterilizing alcohol to wipe down the examination chair and examination table, and indeed classify the contaminated instruments (including disposable instruments and disposable instruments), such as: mouthwash cups, disposable saliva suction tubes, paper scarves and used film, etc.