PIVAS has changed the traditional method of mixing intravenous infusion and medication, improved the quality of infusion and ensured the safety of medication for patients. However, in the process of dispensing and dispensing drugs, nurses directly or indirectly contact with drugs and other occupational exposures will have potential hazards to their health, and thus enhance the protection of these potential hazards, especially in the process of dispensing and dispensing drugs. It is important. Last issue we also talked about the harm of intravenous drug allocation center to nurses, so as staff, what problems should we pay attention to in peacetime? Don't worry. Let's take a look at the suggestions for the renovation of the intravenous drug dispensing center.
1. Strengthen occupational safety education for PIVAS nurses to enhance occupational safety protection education, improve nurses'awareness of occupational exposure hazards, and fully recognize the importance of occupational protection, enhance the training of occupational safety protection for nurses, arouse nurses' self-defense awareness, such as special full blockade uniform, protective mask, eye mask and double when dispensing liquid medicine. Layer gloves, etc. to ensure the smooth stop of work.
2. Do a good job in the maintenance of various instruments, reduce noise pollution, stop wind speed measurement on the worktable regularly, change the filter every year to ensure the normal operation of the machine, and enhance the noise protection of nurses themselves, such as earplugs, so as to minimize noise hazards.
3. Psychological adjustment and relief of psychological pressure can be achieved by organizing rich and colorful sports activities to relax the body and regulate fatigue, and inventing a harmonious working atmosphere for PIVAS to relieve working pressure, training their adaptability to face pressure, learning to rationalize defensive mechanism, and stopping self-adjustment scientifically, so as to better progress itself. Quality.
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