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Intensivpflegetechniken

  • L. Wille
Part of the Kliniktaschenbücher book series (KTB)

Zusammenfassung

Die im folgenden beschriebenen Techniken erfordern streng aseptisches Vorgehen:
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    Tragen von Mund-Nasen-Maske und Kopfbedeckung

     
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    Eingehendes Waschen von Händen und Unterarmen

     
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    Tragen steriler Handschuhe und eines Kittels

     
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    Sorgfältige Säuberung und Desinfektion der Eingriffsregion

     
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    Abdeckung übriger Körperteile mit sterilen Tüchern

     
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    Aseptisches Arbeiten ohne Berührung unsteriler Flächen oder Instrumente.

     

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