To Assess The Level Of Compliance Of Healthcare Personnel At AVBRH Wardha With Respect To Appropriate Hand Hygiene Practices.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 3675-3685
As we all know that washing our hands while its dirty is our daily cleaning
practice. We wash our hands to clean our dirts or soiled particles present on our palm
which directly comes into contact with oral cavity or say through our mouth, nose, eyes,etc.
So as to prevent any sort of infection we all h ave to clean or wash our hands properly and
maintain proper hand hygiene. Hand washing is simply rubbing our both the palms of
hands with soap or liquid such as water. Poor hand hygiene at the time of intrapartum and
newborn care may lead to the increase d eath rates among newborns and results in sepsis.
The emergence of novel CoV 19, comes with the very newly strategies for the reduction of
transmission. These strategies are very preventive and supportive. Finally , some of the
recommendations has considered to reduce the effect of transmission among HCWs.
To analyze the drift or direction of hand hygiene practices over a period of 2
To assess the knowledge, attitude & practice towards the "hand washing" in
To identify factors that motivate the spread of antimicrobial resistance.
To identify the hand washing methods which are commonly used by healthcare
This observational study will be conducted to assess the level of compliance
of healthcare personnel at AVBRH hospital and practices of hand washing among HCWs.
Result s We expect to get good results about proper hand hygiene within
healthcare workers as to reduce rate of
transmission We expect to observe compliance with
hand hygiene to be overall good. Awareness of hand hygiene among the HCWs to be high
and good. Alcohol based hand rubs, hand sanitizers, water and soap should be available
By taking in considerati on for future, hand sanitizers should be available as
this is very much effective on the viruses such as SARS CoV 2 and COVID 19,etc.
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