In the process of putting on and taking off the Protective Clothing, you must follow the steps and regulations. The most important thing is to ensure the tightness and avoid unnecessary exposure; but in the process of taking off the protective clothing, every small detail is particularly important. Carelessness may cause occupational exposure. ; All personnel entering the isolation area must receive relevant training when putting on and taking off protective clothing.
1. Be sure to do relevant inspections before wearing protective clothing, and do not act on your own experience. Pay attention to check the integrity of the protective clothing, such as whether the surface is contaminated, whether there are cracks in the stitches, or whether there are sharp objects on the body, etc., so as to avoid damage to the protective clothing during work and affect the protective function.
2. After wearing protective clothing, it is not convenient to eat and drink. Pay attention to reasonable planning of the time for eating and drinking during work.
3. Wear medical protective masks to check the air tightness.
Positive pressure test: Cover the mask with both hands and exhale vigorously. If air escapes from the edge of the mask, it is improperly worn, and the headband and metal strip on the bridge of the nose must be adjusted again.
Negative pressure test: Cover the mask with both hands and inhale vigorously. If the center of the mask sinks, if air enters from the edge of the mask, it means that it is improperly worn. The headband and the metal strip of the bridge of the nose must be adjusted again.
For example: Wear an N95 Mask first, and then add a layer of surgical mask.
It seems that this protection is more rigorous, but in fact this may be more risky. Stacking so many layers of masks on the other hand increases the gap between the masks, affecting airtightness and reducing the protective effect. Because the number of layers of masks worn is too thick, it increases the resistance to breathing. When medical staff increase their breathing strength, it may affect the fit of the mask, which may bring risks.
4. Choose a suitable size of protective clothing. The front of the protective clothing is taped tightly. If you wear it, you can check whether the protective clothing is properly worn (raise your arms, bend over, and squat) for easy operation.
5. When wearing protective clothing, at least one professional can help check before entering the work area.
6. In the case of working in an isolated and confined environment, at least two people should be ensured to exist at the same time to prevent timely rescue in case of a situation.
7. When wearing protective clothing for operation, the operation process such as collecting nucleic acid samples, sputum suction, etc. may cause splashing, the operator's body should try to avoid face-to-face with the operator, and slightly sideways operation can effectively reduce unnecessary exposure risks .
8. If the gloves are loose and exposed during the nursing operation, immediately use an effective disinfectant to spray the exposed area and the surrounding area, and quickly leave the environment to a disinfectable separate room or a spacious ventilated place, and replace the protective equipment.
9. When taking off the protective clothing, disinfection should be carried out and use an effective disinfectant (75% alcohol is recommended for the new crown virus) and spray the whole body. Pay special attention to the head and face and the adhesive on the front of the protective clothing to reduce the risk of exposure.
10. Pay attention to the process of taking off the protective clothing, and keep your hands clean before and after each step;
Be gentle when taking off protective clothing to avoid aerosol and exposure.
11. After the operation, it must be taken off in accordance with the polluted area-semi-contaminated area-clean area;
If there is no partition in the operating environment, you should set the partition by yourself or go to the outdoor open and ventilated outdoor, with the face facing the upward air outlet. Use the unloaded protective clothing into a double-layer medical waste bag, spray the contents of the bag with an effective disinfectant before sealing, and seal the bag with a gooseneck knot; spray the outer packaging disinfectant again, and bring the medical waste bag to the designated place for unified treatment.
12. When taking off the protective clothing, try to avoid touching the outer surface of the protective clothing. If you are not sure whether to touch it, be sure to treat it as it has been touched, and immediately use an effective disinfectant (such as the new crown virus recommends 75% alcohol) to spray the exposed area And around, there must be no luck.
13. Take off the protective clothing and take a bath if conditions permit. The bath time is longer than 30 minutes. Pay attention to the following parts of the eyes, nostrils, ears, mouth and neck.
14. When taking off the protective clothing, the contaminated surface should be wrapped in it, and the protective equipment should be concentrated to avoid expanding the pollution; pay attention to strictly abide by the relevant laws and regulations when discarding the protective clothing, and dispose of the protective clothing that cannot be used in accordance with the medical waste classification method .
I hope the above sharing will be helpful to everyone, if necessary, please contact the Protective Clothing Supplier