Disinfection practices in intravenous drug administration
American Journal of Infection Control , Volume 44 - Issue 6 p. 721- 723
The aim of the study was to determine the effectiveness of a feedback intervention on adherence to disinfection procedures during intravenous medication preparation and administration. We found that full adherence to the protocols significantly improved from 7.3% to 21.5% (P < .001) regarding medication preparation and from 7.9% to 15.5% (P = .012) regarding medication administration. However, disinfection practices still need improvement.
|Adherence, Hand hygiene, Hospital-acquired infections, Infection prevention|
|American Journal of Infection Control|
|Organisation||Department of Pediatric Surgery|
Helder, K, MScN, Kornelisse, R.F, Reiss, I.K.M, & Ista, E. (2016). Disinfection practices in intravenous drug administration. American Journal of Infection Control, 44(6), 721–723. doi:10.1016/j.ajic.2015.12.036