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ERP Week 1

Body Substance Isolation - BSI

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BSI aka Body Substance Isolation
HCP aka Health Care Practitioner
Whenever there is a danger of 'coming in contact' with bodily fluids, the HCP should wear Personal protective equipment - PPE, such as; exam gloves
Whenever there is a danger of 'splashing or spraying' of bodily fluids, the HCP should wear Personal protective equipment - PPE, such as; Exam gloves, eye protection, mask and gown
Body fluids that require PPE include; 1.Blood 2.Semen 3.Vaginal secretions:(pap smear) 4.Cerebrospinal:(CSF) 5.Pleural:(pleureocentisis) 6.Synovial: (artherocentisis) 7.Amniotic:(amniocentisis) 8.Peritoneal:abdominocentisis 9.Pericardial: (cericardiocentisis) 10.Lacatation 11.Sputum 12.Saliva
Bodily fluids that require PPE include; 13.Feces:(Stool) 14.Emesis:(Vomit) 15.Urine 16.Any fluid with (occult) blood 17.Any unidentified body fluid
By law PPE is to be provided free of charge by Your employer
When cleaning up a spill of potentially hazardous material you should Wear ALL of your PPE along with re-usable rubber gloves
PPE should be removed in the following order: 1.Exam gloves (wash hands) 2.Eye protection 4.Mask 5.Gown (wash hands)
Eye protection should be removed by Straps or handles
Created by: adrouillard