Decontamination and disinfection Part 3. Protocols for procedures

Posted on 08 April 2016
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Overal Aim of this series

  • To be upto date with our Disinfection and decontamination procedures taking into account the documents such as HTM0105 and Code of Practice

Overall objectives of this series

  • Basic requirements for good decontamination practice
  • Presterlisation cleaning and PPE
  • Discuss the code of Practice’s relevant contents
  • Look at the implications of the HSE law for resheathing needles
  • Apply the HTM 0701 for waste regulations
  • Revisit handwashing

Aims and Objectives of Part 3

  • Definitions of disinfection and decontamination
  • What can be used for disinfection , advantages and disadvantages of various types of disinfectants
  • Pros and cons of spraying with biocides or using various types of wipes
  • The instrument decontamination cycle
  • The time instruments can be stored after sterlisation
  • Transportation of instruments to the decontamination room
  • Single use items and their usage
  • Cleaning of day to day items – waterlines, handpieces, burs, matrix bands, amalgam carriers, endodontic reamers and files

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