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Phlebotomy AMCA

Safety FLAVIN

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Incident Reports. An incident is an event that does not normally occur. May involve pt, visitors, Dr, hospital staff or students. The following incidents require written reports: Accidents, Thefts from person on hospital property.Errors of omission of patient treatment.
R Rescue individuals in danger
A Sound the alarm
C Confine the fire by closing all doors and windows
E Extinguish the fire with the nearest suitable fire extinguisher
Hazardous Substance any chemical in the workplace that can cause harm. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require that health care employees: Should have a MSDS.
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet
Fire. In the event of a fire, you may be responsible to assist in the evacuation of the patients who are endangered by the fire. It is important to remember the RACE system which is implemented my many hospitals:
Radiation Safety time, shielding, and distance determine safety (a badge is worn to determine exposure)
First Aid Stop bleeding with direct pressure for hemorrhaging
Shock clammy, pale, cold skin, rapid weak pulse and shallow or increased breathing rate
AHA Chain of Survival early access to care, early CPR, early defibrillation and advanced care
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