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Standard Operating Procedures Are Used For Isolation Clothing And Protective Clothing

Jan. 12, 2019

1.Selection of isolation clothing or protective clothing

(1) isolation clothes

In accordance with YY/T0506.1, it should be opened after opening to cover all clothes and exposed skin.Isolation clothing should be worn in the following situations.

A.Contact with contact transmitted infectious disease patients and their surroundings, such as VRE (vancomycin-resistant enterococcus), c.difficile (clostridium difficile), NV (such as virus) and other intestinal pathogens, RSV (respiratory syncytial virus), etc., whether suspected or confirmed infection or valued patients.

B. When skin or clothing may come into contact with the patient's blood, body fluids, secretions and excreta.

C. Contact with patients with non-homemade secretions or excretions.

E. For key departments, such as ICU, NICU, and protective ward, it is necessary to wear isolation clothes according to the purpose of entering and the contact with patients, or according to the internal regulations of medical institutions.

(2) protective clothing conforms to GB19082.Wear protective clothing under the following circumstances.

A. Contact with patients with class a infectious diseases or managed by class a infectious diseases.

B.The latest infection control guidelines should be followed when contacting patients with suspected or confirmed SARS, avian influenza or pandemic influenza.



2.Method of putting on and taking off isolation clothes and protective clothes

(1) method for putting on and taking off isolation clothes

A. Wearing isolation clothing:

(a) lift collar with right hand, extend left hand into sleeve, pull collar up with right hand, expose left hand.

(b) change the left hand to hold the collar, and the right hand goes deep into the sleeve, exposing the right hand. Raise both hands and shake the sleeve up, but do not touch the face.

(c) hold the collar in both hands and tie the neck band back along the edge of the collar.

(d) tie the cuffs again.

(e) gradually pull one side of the isolation garment forward until the edge is pinched.

(f) pinch the other edge with the same method.

(g) align the hem with your hands behind your back.

(8) fold to one side, holding one hand on the fold and pulling the belt to the fold at the back with the other hand.

(9) cross the belt at the back and tie it back to the front.

B.Methods for removing isolation clothing:

(1) repeated use;

A. untie your belt and tie a loose knot in front.

B. disinfect hands.

C. unlace the back of your neck.

E. insert the right hand into the sleeve of the left wrist, pull down the sleeve and pass the hand.

F. with the covered left hand, hold the outside of the sleeve of the right hand, and pull down the right sleeve.

G.gradually remove both hands from the sleeve and remove the isolation garment.

H. hold the collar with the left hand and align both sides of the isolation garment with the right hand. If the pollution is outside the suspension pollution area, the pollution will be inside.

I. when it is no longer used, roll the removed isolation clothes and pollution inward, wrap them up and throw them into the designated container.

(2) disposable use: 

A. untie the belt and tie a loose knot in front.

B. disinfect hands.

C.unlace the back of your neck.

D.hold the belt with both hands to pull the isolation garment down from the chest.

E.hold the inner cleaning surface of left collar with right hand and remove left sleeve.

F. with your left hand, hold the inner side of the right collar, pull down the right sleeve, turn the isolation garment inward, roll the collar and hem to the center, and put them into the designated container.

(2) method of putting on and taking off protective clothing

A.. Wear protective clothing: the sequence of putting on the clothes first, then putting on the coat, then putting on the hat, and finally pulling on the lock should be followed in the conjoined or separated protective clothing.

B. Take off protective clothing:



(a) split protective clothing: 1) the zipper shall be unzipped first.2) pull the hat upward to remove the head from the hat.3) remove the sleeves, remove the contamination face inside and put it into the designated container.4) unroll the inner surface of the undercoat from top to bottom and put it in the designated container.

(b) one-piece protective clothing: 1) pull the zipper to the bottom first.2) pull the hat upward to remove the head from the hat.3) take off the sleeves and face the pollution inside from the top down.4) remove and put into the designated container.

3. Matters needing attention

A. Isolation clothing and protective clothing are only allowed to be put on and off in the specified area.

B. Check whether the isolation clothes and protective clothing are damaged before wearing, and replace them in time if there is leakage or damage.

C.Do not touch the face and collar with sleeves when wearing, and avoid contamination when taking off.

E. In case of contact with multiple patients with similar infectious diseases, the isolation clothing or protective clothing can be used continuously if there is no obvious pollution.

F. In case of contact with suspected patients, the isolation clothing or protective clothing should be changed between each patient.

G. If the isolation clothing or protective clothing is contaminated by the patient's blood, body fluids and dirt, it shall be replaced in time.

H. The isolation clothes for repeated use should be changed, cleaned and disinfected every day.


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