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Guidelines for the sterilization of ligature suture material in medical institutions

  1. Guidelines for the organization of centralized sterilization in health care facilities
    (Approved by the Main Epidemiological Directorate of the USSR Ministry of Health No. 15-618 of December 21, 2010) Introduction and control
  2. On approval of guidelines for cleaning / disinfection and sterilization of endoscopes and tools for them used in medical institutions
    ORDER of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation of 16. Ob-97 No. 184 In order to improve and streamline the processing of devices and tools used in departments, departments, and offices of endoscopy, I order: To put in place the "Guidelines for cleaning, disinfecting and sterilizing endoscopes and tools for them used in medical institutions ”(Appendix). Executives
  3. Guidelines for improving the reliability of sterilization measures in health care facilities on the system "Clean Tool"
    APPROVED Deputy Head of the Department of Prevention of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, M.J. Narkevich January 31, 1994, No. 11-16 / 03-03 (Extracts) General Provisions A significant increase in nosocomial infection indicates the occurrence of violations in the sterilization of medical instruments. The growth of medical care with the use of sterile medical instruments on
  4. Guidelines for the control of sterilization using sterilization indicators IS-120, IS-132, IS-160, IS-180 of the Scientific-Production Company "VINAR"
    APPROVED Head of the Department of Prevention Ministry of the R.I. KHALITOV Healthcare of the Russian Federation dated 11.06.93 No. 11-8 / 03-54 General Provisions These Guidelines are intended for all health care workers performing work related to the decontamination and sterilization of medical instruments and medical devices, as well as
  5. Medical institutions
    According to SNiP P-69-78 "Medical institutions" (see also "Instructions for the implementation of the current state sanitary supervision of medical institutions", №4560-88), health institutions are located in residential, green and suburban areas on land, most favorable for sanitary conditions, away from the main streets and roads (size
  6. Hospitalization with urological pathology in a medical institution
    with symptoms of hematuria and pyuria; • urolithiasis complicated by renal colic; • tumors and tuberculosis of the kidneys and urinary tract; • acute urethritis, cystitis, epididymitis, prostatitis; • pyelone- and glomerulonephritis, • as well as other inflammatory diseases of the external genital organs and enuresis. Patients with closed and
  7. Clinical examination as a method of activities of medical institutions
    PURPOSE OF THE SCHOOL: to study the organizational basis of the clinical examination of the population. To be able to formulate the tasks of clinical examination, the content of the work of all departments of the medical institution on the organization of clinical examination of the adult population, children, pregnant women and gynecological patients. To master the method of calculating and analyzing the indicators of clinical examination, the ability to draw conclusions and develop recommendations
  8. Evplov V. I .. Disinfection and sterilization in a medical institution, 2003

  9. Guidelines for the use of deoxon-1 for disinfection and sterilization
    (Approved by O. Imamaliev, Deputy Head of the General Directorate for Quarantine Infections, USSR Ministry of Health, December 24, 80 Xa 28-15 / 6) General provisions Dezokson-1 is a colorless liquid with a specific smell of vinegar. Contains in its composition 5.0-8.0% peracetic acid. The drug is highly soluble in water, alcohol and other solvents. Solutions of deoxon-1 corrode products from low-grade
  10. Features of planning, improvement and equipment of medical institutions
    The term "treatment-and-prophylactic institutions" means a large group of medical institutions where they provide qualified and specialized medical assistance to the population. In this section, we consider the hospital as an institution for inpatient treatment of patients. According to the location and service area, there are district, district, city and regional hospitals;
  11. Rules for the collection, storage and disposal of waste treatment facilities
    (Approved by the Resolution of the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the Russian Federation of January 22, 1999 No. 2) SANITARY RULES AND NORMS OF SANPIN 2.1.7.728—99 Scope These Sanitary Rules and Regulations are developed on the basis of the RSFSR Law “On the Sanitary and Epidemiological Welfare of the Population” in accordance with the “Regulations About the state sanitary and epidemiological regulation ", approved
  12. Sanitary requirements for catering in health care facilities and sanatoriums
    Food and treatment facilities and sanatoriums must have facilities for the preparation of therapeutic food with delivery to the patient or the rest without reducing the nutritional and biological value. The work of the kitchens should not have a harmful effect on the regime of the hospital or sanatorium (the spread of odors, the penetration of noise, etc.). Food blocks can be placed in separate buildings,
  13. Condition of buildings of medical institutions
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  14. The system of registration and accounting in medical institutions
    The polyclinic is a health care facility where medical care is provided to visiting patients as well as patients at home. The city polyclinic conducts its work according to the territorial principle - to provide outpatient care to the population living in its area of ​​activity, and according to the shop (production) principle - attached workers of industrial enterprises, construction
  15. Sanitary and microbiological study of environmental objects in medical institutions
    The objects of research when conducting bacteriological control of medical institutions are: air; * various objects of the external environment; * surgical instruments; * suture material; * hands of surgeons and skin of the operational field. Bacteriological study of microbial contamination of environmental objects involves the identification of staphylococcus,
  16. Established standards of the medical personnel of the pathoanatomical departments (prosectorial) medical-prophylactic institutions
    (Appendix 1 to the Order of the Ministry of Health of the USSR dated 10.23.81, No. 1095) 1. Medical staff 1.1. The posts of pathologists are set at the rate of 1 post for: - 200 autopsies of the dead aged 15 years and older; - 160 autopsies of dead and stillborn children; - 4000 studies of biopsy and surgical material. 1.2. The position of the head of the department is established in the offices, which
  17. Hospitalization in a medical institution for patients with ENT pathology
    often recurrent nosebleeds and (or) if it is impossible to stop the bleeding, nose injury; • phlegmon of the mouth and neck, making it difficult to breathe, if rapidly increasing asphyxiation does not require an emergency tracheostomy in place; • with diseases requiring urgent surgical intervention (with mastoiditis, with suspected intracranial complications
  18. Hygienic requirements for the planning, construction and operation of health care facilities in various fields
    For the successful treatment of patients is not enough medical prescriptions and medical procedures. First of all, in medical institutions it is necessary to create optimal hygienic conditions, which are usually referred to as a treatment and protection regime. Without creating such conditions, it is difficult to expect a large healing effect in the process of treating patients. Creating optimal environmental performance in
  19. Regulations on the procedure for organizing and conducting clinical and papologoanatomical conferences in medical institutions
    (Appendix No. 7 to the Order of the Ministry of Health of the USSR of 04.04.83, No. 375) 1. The main tasks of clinical and pathoanatomical conferences are: a) raising the qualifications of doctors of treatment-and-prophylactic institutions and improving the quality of clinical diagnosis and treatment of patients through joint discussion and analysis of clinical and sectional data; b) identifying the causes and sources of errors in the diagnosis and treatment of all
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