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Title:Higiena rehabilitacijskih pripomočkov v zdravstvenih ustanovah
Authors:Odobašić, Edisa (Author)
Rozman, Urška (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Šostar Turk, Sonja (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Uvod: Večkratno uporabljene rehabilitacijske pripomočke je treba po uporabi pravilno reprocesirati, upoštevajoč določene higienske predpise in standarde. Procesi reprocesiranja so odgovornost in temeljna naloga vseh zdravstvenih delavcev, čeprav motiviranost zdravstvenih delavcev največ vpliva na izvajanje že omenjenih procesov. Raziskovalne metode: Pri teoretičnem delu je bil izveden pregled strokovne in znanstvene literature v bazah PubMed, Web of Science in Science Direct glede na vključitvene/izključitvene kriterije ter v bibliografskem sistemu COBISS in Um:nik. Uporabljena je deskriptivna metoda dela. Za empirični del pa smo izvedli raziskavo, ki je temeljila na učinkovitosti dezinfekcijskih sredstev. Rezultati: V raziskavi smo vzorčili zelo različne pripomočke v dveh ustanovah, ter te po uporabi razkuževali z različnimi razkužili. Na osnovi izvedenega eksperimenta smo ugotovili, da so bila razkužila različno učinkovita pri različnih materialih, na splošno pa so bila dezinfekcijska sredstva delno učinkovita. Na njihovo učinkovitost pa vpliva veliko faktorjev. Razprava in sklep: Neustrezno reprocesirani pripomočki so izvor za okužbe, povezane z zdravstvom, ki so kazalec kakovostne obravnave pacienta. Zdravstveni delavci se morajo zavedati, da s pravilnim izvajanjem postopkov reprocesiranja bistveno preprečujejo nastanek okužb, povezanih z zdravstvom ter posledično umrljivostjo hospitaliziranih pacientov.
Keywords:medicinski pripomočki, razkuževanje, razkužila, bolnišnične okužbe, mikroorganizmi
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[E. Odobašić]
Source:Maribor
UDC:615.8-7:614.48(043.2)
COBISS_ID:55033859 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:DQVJM3C5
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Licensing start date:03.11.2020

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Language:English
Title:Hygiene of rehabilitation equipment in healthcare institutions
Abstract:Introduction: Reusable rehabilitation equipments should be properly reprocessed after use, taking into account certain hygiene regulations and standards. Reprocessing processes are the responsibility and fundamental task of all the healthcare workers (HCs), although the motivation of HCs has the greatest impact on the implementation of the already mentioned processes. Research methods: In the theoretical part, a review of professional and scientific literature was performed in the PubMed, Web of Science and Science Direct databases according to inclusion/exclusion criteria and in the COBISS and Um: nik bibliographic system. A descriptive method was used. For the empirical part, we contucted a study based on the effectiveness of disinfectants. Results: In the research, we sampled very different devices in two institutions, and these were disinfected with different disinfectants after use. Based on the performed experiment, we found that disinfectants were differently effective on different materials, and in general, disinfectants were partially effective. However, their effectiveness is affected by many factors. Disscussion and Conclusion: Inadequately reprocessed devices are a source of health-related infections (HCAIs) that are an indicator of quality patient care. HCs need to be aware that by properly performing reprocessing procedures, they significantly prevent the development of HCAIs and the consequent mortality of hospitalized patients.
Keywords:medical equipment, disinfection, disinfectants, healthcare-associated infections, microorganisms


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