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Conscious attitude and careful fulfillment by the medical staff of the requirements of the anti-epidemic regime will prevent professional incidence of employees, which will greatly reduce the risk of HIV infection and other infections and preserve the health of patients.

Thus, summing up, we can summarize that measures for the prevention of surgical infection include: 1) interrupting the transmission of infection through strict observance of the rules of asepsis and antisepsis: treatment of the hands of surgeons and the surgical field, sterilization of instruments, dressing material, suture material, prosthetic surgery; compliance with the strict regime of the operating unit, the implementation of effective control sterilization and disinfection; 2) the destruction of infectious agents: examination of patients and medical personnel, the rational use of antibiotics, the change of antiseptics; 3) reduction of the patient’s stay in a hospital bed by reducing the pre- and postoperative periods.
After 10 days of stay in the surgical department, more than 50% of patients are infected with nosocomial microbial strains; 4) increasing the resistance of the body (immunity) of a person (vaccinations against influenza, diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis; BCG, etc.); 5) the implementation of special techniques that prevent contamination of the wound with infected contents of internal organs.

The dressing gown of the medical worker must be clean and well ironed, all buttons are neatly buttoned, the straps are tied. A hat is put on the head or a kerchief is tied, under which the hair is hidden. At the entrance to the premises it is necessary to change the shoes, change the woolen clothes to cotton. When visiting a dressing or surgical unit, you should close the nose and mouth with a gauze mask. It must always be remembered that a medical professional not only protects the patient from infection, but also protects himself first of all from infection.
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  1. Conclusion
    Based on the analysis of the content of the article, the following conclusions can be drawn: The most important hardening is important to begin at an early age, when the body is in the formative stage, and the mechanisms of immunobiological protection are developed. For full hardening, it is necessary to use a complex of tempering procedures, taking into account the individual characteristics of the organism. How for example age
  2. Conclusion
    In conclusion, we can give an example (of many), showing that Sytin's method is truly unique and effective. So, in the Institute of Normal Physiology. Acad. PK Anokhin RAMS in the presence of academician KV Sudakov as a result of applying this method for ten minutes a 28-year-old employee of the employee (28 years old) was taken off with a pulse rate of 120 beats per minute. After
  3. Conclusion
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  7. Conclusion
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  9. Instead of conclusion
    If you have read this book, then "Conclusion" you do not need. You yourself have already done it. If you are one of those people who, like Alexander the Great, looks to the end of the book and decides to read it, then for you there are a few lines. In order for the reader to understand this book in his own way, it must be read. It is not necessary to read in a row, first. You can start reading from any chapter. Even with any small section. Select
  10. Instead of conclusion
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  12. Conclusion
    Dear reader! You have read the entire book. We hope that the information contained in it helped you to develop a clinical thinking, i.e. the ability to properly collect the necessary information and process it into a detailed clinical diagnosis. It is well known that recent advances in science and technology have significantly improved the recognition of internal diseases and deepened the understanding of many of their issues.
  13. Conclusion
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  14. Conclusion
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