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Infection Control Policy: Prevention and Management of Multi-resistant Organisms (MRO) NSW Department of Health Policy Directive PD2007_084 Brief Description of the Contents of the Policy Infection is one of the most common complications of surgical procedures and intervention (Hamlin, 2009: 105).
2006: 1). Perioperative environment area is the sterile area that should be free of the infection-causing bacteria. Therefore preventing cross transmission of the MRO must be addressed in all perioperative settings including, day surgery, the surgical ward, the holding area, the surgery suite, and the PACU. It is the responsibility of all healthcare staff to protect themselves and their surgical patients from contracting MRO infections. The Infection Control Policy: Prevention and Management of Multi-Resistant Organisms (MRO), a policy directive of the NSW Department of Health, or PD2007_084 would guide all health workers in the prevention and management of MRO. The content of document, PD2007_084, the NSW Department of Health policy directive which is the Infection Control Policy: Prevention and Management of Multi-Resistant Organism (MRO) outlined the roles and responsibilities of healthcare staffs by highlighting the general and specific measures that should be observed as standard practices in all healthcare units. The general measures refer to infection control measures, use of antimicrobials, and environmental cleaning. ...
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