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Conscious attitude and careful fulfillment by the medical personnel of the requirements of the anti-epidemic regime will prevent the occupational morbidity of the employees, which will significantly reduce the risk of HIV infection and other infections and keep the patients healthy.

Thus, summing up, we can summarize that measures for the prevention of surgical infection include: 1) interruption of transmission routes through strict adherence to aseptic and antiseptic rules: treatment of the hands of surgeons and the operating field, sterilization of instruments, dressings, sutures, prostheses, surgical underwear; adherence to the strict regime of the operating unit, effective control of sterilization and disinfection; 2) destruction of pathogens of infection: examination of patients and medical personnel, rational administration of antibiotics, change of antiseptic agents; 3) reduction of the patient's stay in the hospital bed by reducing pre- and postoperative periods.
After 10 days in the surgical ward, more than 50% of patients are infected with nosocomial strains of microbes; 4) increase the resistance of the human body (immunity) (vaccination against influenza, diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis, BCG, etc.); 5) performance of special techniques that prevent contamination of the operating wound with infected contents of internal organs.

The medical worker's dressing gown should be clean and well ironed, all buttons are neatly buttoned, the straps tied. On the head put on a hat or tie a kerchief, under which hide the hair. At the entrance to the premises you need to change your shoes, change your woolen things to cotton. When you visit the dressing or surgery unit, you should close your nose and mouth with a gauze mask. It must always be remembered that the medical worker not only protects the patient from infection, but also primarily protects himself from infection.
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