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How to Maintain Effective Isolation

Type of Isolation Required Supplies
and Equipment and Patient Restrictions
Instructions
Total - people with diseases that can be spread to others in close proximity or by any contact, such as viral meningitis or SARS; i.e., the individual contaminates the environment Gown, gloves, hood, and mask. Private room with air-filtration system. Patient must remain isolated at all times. If surgery or scans are necessary, then nurses must arrange to clear the corridors and elevator prior to transport.

Transport personnel should also wear sterile protective coverings.
Entry:
1. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
2. Don mask, hood, gown, and gloves.

Exit: 1. Remove gloves without touching gloves to garments or skin.
2. Remove hood, gown, and mask, touching only the inside of these coverings.
3. Dispose of coverings in the red trash can.
4. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
Respiratory - people with contagious respiratory infections such as tuberculosis or viral or penicillin-resistant pneumonia, in which the disease spreads only from respiratory droplets Gloves and mask. Private room with air filtration system. The patients must wear a face mask when outside of the room. Entry:
1. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
2. Don mask and gloves.

Exit: 1. Remove gloves without touching gloves to garments or skin.
2. Remove mask, touching only the edges or string.
3. Dispose of coverings in the red trash can.
4. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
Contact - people with contagious skin infections such as herpes, impetigo, or staphylococcus infections; also people with infected wounds & gangrene Gloves and gown.
Semiprivate room is okay
Entry:
1. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
2. Don mask and gloves.

Exit:1. Remove gloves without touching them to garments or skin.
2. Dispose of coverings in the red trash can.
3. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
Body fluids - standard precautions Gloves only.
Semiprivate room is okay
Entry:
1. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
2. Don gloves.

Exit:1. Remove gloves without touching them to garments or skin.
2. Dispose of gloves in the red trash can.
3. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
Reverse isolation - patients with a suppressed immune system and patients in the burn unit Protects patient from surrounding environment.

Gown, gloves, hood, and mask. Private room with air-filtration system. Patient must remain isolated at all times. If surgery or scans are necessary, then nurses must arrange to clear the corridors and elevator prior to transport.

Transport personnel must also wear sterile protective coverings.
Entry:
1. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.
2. Don mask, hood, gown, and gloves.

Exit:1. Remove gloves without touching gloves to garments or skin.
2. Remove hood, gown, and mask, touching only the inside of these coverings.
3. Dispose of coverings in the red trash can.
4. Wash hands thoroughly with antiseptic soap.

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