CHAPTER OUTLINE Medical Assignment Help

CHAPTER OUTLINE

COMMUNICABLE PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS
Bacteria
Upper Respiratory Tract Flora
Maxillofacial Skin Flora
Nonmaxillofadal Flora
Viral Organisms ‘
Hepatitis Viruses
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
Mycobacterial Organisms
ASEPTIC TECHNIQUES AND UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS
Terminology
Concepts
Techniques of Instrument Sterilization

Gaseous Sterilization
Techniques of Instrument Disinfection
Chemical Disinfectants
Maintenance ,of Sterility
Disposable Materials
Surgical Field Maintenance
Operatory Disinfection
Surgical Staff Preparation
Hand and Arm Preparation-
Clean Technique
Sterile’Technique
Postsurgical Asepsis
Wounds Management·
Sharps Management

It would be diFFicuit for a person currenttly living in an industrialized society to have avoided being exposed to modern concepts of personal and public hygiene. Personal cleanliness and public sanitation have been ingrained in the culture’ of modern civilized societies through parental and public education and are reinforced by government regulations and media advertising. This awareness contrasts starkly with earlier centuries, when the importance of hygienic. measures. for the contract of infectious diseases was not widely appreciated. The  monumental work of Sernmelweis, Koch, and,Lister led to management about asepsis so that today the use  techniques seems instinctive

Despite on going advancements in the area of infection c I, health professionals must still learn and practice  techniques that limit the spread of contagions, This is
especially true for dentists performing surgery for two reason .First, to perform surgery the dentist typically violates an epithelial surface, the most important barrier against infection. Second, during most oral surgical procedures, the dentist, assistants, and equipment become contaminated
with the patient’s blood and saliva.

Posted by: brianna

Share This