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27 August, 01:16

Standard Precautions: Bloodborne Pathogens and Other Potentially Infectious Materials (PA) - KnowledgeQ

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    These are the following precautions that must be taken during the blood borne Pathogens and Other Potentially Infectious Materials:

    The area that are exposed with the pathogens must be washed with the water and soap. The exposure source must be notified to the lab assistant or supervisor. The unprotected sex must be avoided to prevent the transmission of the pathogen from mother to the fetus. The finger or the area must be rubbed with the alcohol and must be involved in the daily routine of the hand hygiene. The individual should not eat or apply anything on the wounded area exposed with the pathogens. Some blood borne pathogens are hepatitis B virus, bacteria and some pathogens as well.
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