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You are a pregnant health care worker

Being a mother is a dream of all girls and having a healthy child is a crucial role of all pregnant mothers and you have to know that you are a health care worker providing care for many patients on your daily practice you have to take care of your health and provide care for yourself too you need to advise yourself same advises as when you are advising other ladies remember…you are a pregnant health care worker.

You are a pregnant health care worker

You are a pregnant health care worker

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Posted by admin - September 25, 2013 at 1:54 pm

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Isolation of chronic hemodialysis patients

Isolation of chronic hemodialysis patients

Chronic hemodialysis patients are patient which need to visit the hemodialysis unit mainly three times weekly and prone to infected with blood borne pathogen and also to infect others if they are infected due to carless practice and not following the proper isolation also at the same time abusing the isolation has a psychological, financial and utilization impact so isolation need to be unified based on recommendations we have to know that the relative risk of airing infection for patient and HCWs is less in both HCV & HIV more than HBV

Isolation of chronic hemodialysis patients

Isolation of chronic hemodialysis patients

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Posted by admin - September 17, 2013 at 2:57 pm

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Pneumonia as one of major types of infections

Pneumonia as one of major types of infections

Pneumonia is one of the serious infections that affecting the lower respiratory system so surveillance for the pneumonia is very important and during the surveillance we have to keep in our minds that physicians diagnosis alone for pneumonia (Clinically) is not accepted criterion for defining health care associated pneumonia and we have special criteria for each type of pneumonia : clinically-defined pneumonia (PNU1), pneumonia with specific laboratory findings (PNU2), and pneumonia in immunocompromised patients (PNU3).preventing pneumonia is one of the top priority for patient safety

Pneumonia as one of major types of infections

Pneumonia as one of major types of infections

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Posted by admin - September 11, 2013 at 2:00 pm

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