Prevention of infection in icu unit, Biology

Prevention of Infection

1. Strict asepsis practiced in ICU. 

2. All the invasive lines are covered with sterile-drape. 

3. Antibiotics-broad-spectrum ones are administered, through IV line introduced into large veins. This IV catheter left in position even when the patient is transferred out of ICU, for administering medicine. 

4. The patient is assisted for mouth care, sponge and change of clothing. 

5. Environment is kept clean, quiet calm.

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