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Clean hands with soap and water or alcohol hand rub using 7 stage technique Remove transient bacteria 3. Apply non-sterile gloves and apron PPE 4. Wet the patient’s skin 44 Infection Prevention 2 Continued Step Action Rationale Pour about 30ml of skin wash onto dry wipe and rub into patient’s skin for 1 minute. Cover as wide an area as is possible at a time but ensure the patient doesn’t get cold. Skin wash to be allowed to sit on skin for 1 min. If bed bathing ensure all areas are washed paying particular attention to axilla, groin and perineal areas.
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For example, when preparing for venepuncture, the syringe tip should only touch the hub of the needle and nothing else. Many organisations have posters to display the principles of ANTT as an acronym. Always wash hands Non-touch technique to protect key parts Touch non-key parts with conﬁdence Take appropriate infection prevention (IP) precautions 29 2 Vital Signs for Nurses Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) Using PPE is one of the standards for infection prevention. PPE is a collective term that refers to the use of disposable gowns, aprons, masks, goggles/visors and gloves by healthcare workers at work when dealing with patients.