Precautions to Prevent the Spread 工業用水処理 of Disease


Taking precautions helps prevent the spread of a disease. Health care workers must follow universal standard precautions, which include hand hygiene, the use of personal protective equipment and cleaning 屋外用浄水ストロー and disinfection of environmental surfaces and equipment. Healthcare workers should also be aware of transmission-based precautions, which are additional infection control practices for patients who may have a known or suspected risk for transmitting epidemiologically important pathogens such as HIV, hepatitis B and C viruses, herpes simplex virus, rabies, measles, chickenpox and malaria. These precautions should include gowning, gloves, mask and eye protection if contact with contaminated body fluids or equipment is expected.