Intravenous drug allocation centers are harmful to nurses working in them, so what problems can we pay attention to in terms of operational behavior to avoid? Let's take a look at the suggestions from the renovation company of the intravenous drug distribution center.
First of all, we should strictly abide by the operating rules of the configuration room, and change the unsafe behavior during the operation. For example, in the process of adding medicine, if it is ampoule liquid, we should first use disinfection grinding wheel to cut and then use disinfection cotton swab to wipe off the powder on the cutting surface. Finally, we should use disinfection gauze to press the upper part of the bottle neck, and then break it by hand. Nurses exposed to cytotoxic drugs should use protective clothing, double gloves, masks and respirators to protect themselves.
If toxic drug spills, special cytotoxic drug spillover packs should be used to stop disposal, and all personal protective equipment for employees involved in cleaning spills should be thrown into special dregs bags; drugs that need to be dissolved by oscillator should be cleaned with alcohol cotton swabs before oscillation; when there are drug residues in the dead corner of table, brush should be used to give routine cleaning. Clean, lest residual drugs enter the human body or environment with the circulating air of the operating platform;
Correct treatment of sharp instrument injury, routinely equipped with disinfection cotton swab, disinfectant and other first-aid dressing drugs for occasional needs, and stop canceling, if seriously injured, should see a doctor at any time. All in all, occupational exposure should be reduced through detailed protection and standard operating behavior.
In a word, the intravenous drug allocation center is an advanced intravenous drug allocation technology and management form. It has completely changed the traditional drug use mode. In addition to ensuring the rational use of drugs for patients, it also has great advantages in ensuring the quality and safety of drugs. Although it has changed the working environment of the allocation of drugs such as cytotoxicity and greatly reduced the injury to medical staff, the harm of occupational exposure still exists. As a nursing staff, we should do a good job in the protection of occupational exposure and improve the safety of our work. At the same time, it is also of great significance to promote the normal operation of hospital safety management.
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