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Safe Hands-Safe Patients: Moment Wise Hand Providers In General Wards Of A Teaching Hospital -Hygiene Compliance Of Health Care

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Krishna Reddy KV, Saba Fatima and Syed Salman Ahmed
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Abstract: 

Introduction: global issue for patient safety. A simple Hand hygiene is considered to be the primary measure necessary for re among health hygiene practices at a health and hence play a key role in hospital infection control. ‘Indication related compliance with hand hygiene practices’ among health care providers in general wards of a tertiary care teaching hospital in South India. Methodology: A cross sectional study was conducted by using WHO Hand hygiene observa hygiene action taken i.e., either hand wash(HW) or hand rub(HR) done for an opportunity indicated in WHO’s 5 moments of hand hygiene. A total of 400 opportunities were observed in general wards among doctors, nu action taken and compliance was calculated. Hand hygiene compliance was found to be 41% for doctors, 35% for nurses, 21% 16% for class IV employees. Overall hand hygiene compliance was 28%. Indication wise compliance was found to be 21% before touching the patient, 36% before doing any clean/aseptic procedure, 46% after body fluid exposure, 26.2% after t Conclusion: technicians, nursing staff and doctors. Adequate training is required to all staffs regarding importance of hand hygiene and its role in preventing Health Care associated Infections. Health care-associated infection (HCAI) affects millions worldwide and is a major ducing HCAI. Although the action of hand hygiene is simple, the lack of compliance -care workers continues to be a problem throughout the world. Evaluation of hand -care facility is one vital element of the strategy Aims tion form by randomly observing for the hand rses, technicians and housekeeping staff i.e., 100 in each category for hand hygiene Duration of study: ouching patient and 12% after touching patient surroundings. Lowest hand hygiene compliance was found among class IV employees followed by to improve hand hygiene and Objectives: To determine Nov 2019 to Dec 2019. Results: for technicians and

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