Explain barrier techniques - personal protective equipment, Biology

Q. Explain Barrier Techniques - Personal Protective Equipment?

The use of personal protective equipment (PPE) - clothing, masks, eyewear, and gloves - is part of routine dental treatment.

Personal protective equipment is placed in the following order:

1. clothing

2. mask

3. glasses

4. wash hands, place gloves

Barriers are removed in the following order:

1. gloves

2. mask

3. glasses

4. wash hands

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