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Your name or email address: You disinfect them during the prep. I was and I am sure many others will be helped thereby.
No, I wasn’t forgetting what goes into aseptic technique, having practiced it for 30 years, as well as reviewing its practice in great detail as a litigator in nosocomial infection cases.
We used aseptic technique to suture or remove foreign bodies in the ER, and there was no scrubbing, gowning, masking, etc. After asepsis and antisepsis in the genital area, we proceeded to insert a Foley catheter It’s not necessary to “scrub,” nor to gown or mask, to place a Foley. Good luck to you.
voiding cystogram – cistograma miccional – personal glossaries
AbogadoPeterAug 30, Share This Page Tweet. The difficulty is that there are two separate concepts being described, but they are often described together. Dictionary and thread title search: Previous Thread Next Thread.
No, create an account now. Typically, reports say, “the area was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion Antisepsis means applying substances usually solutions or tinctures that are intended to kill as many of the microorganisms as possible that are already there.
I’m glad you posted, AbogadoPeter, because my post was done too quickly. Still, Foley catheters are more commonly placed at the bedside, and less usually in the OR. So our translations may not be correct citograma all the aseptic measures may not have been taken in the genital region.
Draped in the usual sterile fashion In the above phrase, “prepped” is washing the area with an antimicrobial soap and applying an antimicrobial solution. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
Thank you AbogadoPeter, for the detailed and insightful explanation. Likewise, voiding cystograms aren’t usually performed in the OR. One thing we are forgetting is that besides draping the area, asepsia in general includes instrument sterilization and hand scrubbing, along with the clothes and gloves worn by the surgeon.
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So I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest that an unambiguous, nonliteral translation of the meaning would be, “After the genital area was prepped in a sterile fashion, we proceeded to place the Foley catheter.
You wash your hands, open the outer wrap of the kit, then glove and open the inner wrap of the kit.
Aside from placing something in miccionl autoclave or cold sterilization system, you don’t sterilize it, and you never manage to sterilize parts of the human body. When OR reports state, “the area was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion In any case, aseptic sterile technique is, simply, that required by the procedure.
Note that “prep” is standard medical terminology in this context. My revised translation, then, is currently: S and Canada, she can use, “After the genital area was prepped in xistograma sterile fashion, we proceeded to place the Foley catheter.
Do you already have an account? I’m going with “After aseptic and antiseptic measures were taken in the genital region Yes, my password is: Here is a primer on the concept and use of the term: