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Title: Annual Biosafety Training 2002 Author: McCollum, Mary H. Last modified by: MMccollum Created Date: 10/15/2003 3:59:15 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Annual Biosafety Training 2012 Part 3


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Annual Biosafety Training 2012 Part 3
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Medical Equipment Management
3
Medical Equipment Management
  • Medical equipment is defined as any equipment
    that is applied to a patient or used to assess a
    clinical parameter about a patient
  • Medical Equipment records are located in the main
    laboratory area of each health
  • Medical Equipment records are maintained for the
    life of the instrument

4
Medical Equipment Management
  • Dental Equipment records are documented on the
    JCDH intranet
  • Records includes all initial equipment records,
    re-inspection and calibration records, quarterly
    summaries, summaries of all instrument failures
    and remedial action

5
Medical Equipment Management
  • All Records, including outside contracts such as
    scale calibration and oxygen cylinders should be
    maintained in the Medical Equipment records

6
Medical Equipment Management Training- Competency
  • Medical Technologist performs training/competency
    assessment on laboratory equipment usage
  • Clinical services nurses provide
    training/competency assessment on medical
    equipment other than lab equipment
  • Dental services provides dental equipment
    training/competency assessment

7
Medical Equipment Initial Testing
  • All medical equipment must be inspected prior to
    use
  • Electrical Safety Criteria
  • Ground pin continuity of less than 1.0 ohms
  • Ground pin continuity (other) as manufacturers
    specification or
  • Internal isolation transformer and electrically
    insulated with no ground
  • Fire Safety
  • UL approval
  • No frayed wiring

8
Medical Equipment Initial
  • Miscellaneous
  • Service Manual available
  • Operator manual available
  • Instrument passes initial performance test
  • Instrument undamaged and no parts are missing
  • Checked for possible physical risks to patient

9
Medical Equipment Management Inspection/Tagged
  • All medical equipment is tagged
  • identifying the date inspected
  • date due for inspection
  • Initials of Biomedical Technician
  • Date due is not always performed on the exact date

10
Medical Equipment Management Equipment Failure
  • Criteria for removing Medical equipment from
    service
  • Evidence of malfunctioning
  • risk to patient or employee
  • documentation must be provided
  • Specific criteria of includes
  • open ground
  • leakage
  • deteriorated wiring

11
Medical Equipment
Management Equipment Failure
  • Risky non-performance reasons
  • Performance malfunction
  • Contamination of instrument with blood or body
    fluids in undefined areas
  • Failure of equipment to perform based on quality
    control
  • Equipment hazard recall

12
Knowledge Assessment
  • Medical Equipment is defined as
  • Equipment that is used to assess a clinical
    parameter about a patient
  • Any equipment used in the clinics
  • Equipment that is applied to a patient or used to
    assess a clinical parameter about a patient
  • Answer
  • C. Equipment that is applied to a patient or
    used to assess a clinical parameter about a
    patient

13
Knowledge Assessment
  • Medical Equipment is removed from service if
  • A. Equipment is malfunctioning
  • B. Equipment does not pass electrical safety
  • C. Equipment is not UL approved
  • D. Equipment has frayed Wiring
  • E. All of the above
  • E. All of the above

14
Medical Waste Policy
Medical waste? or Regular Waste?
15
Medical Waste Policy
  • Purpose of the Medical Waste policy is to
    establish guidelines on the proper management of
    medical waste
  • JCDH policy follows the Alabama Department of
    Environmental Managements (ADEM)definition of
    Medical Waste

16
Medical Waste Policy
  • Items contaminated with blood or body fluids
    derived from blood components (serum /plasma).
    Also included are secretions from lab specimens
    to include blood, tissue, semen, vaginal fluid,
    pleural fluid amniotic fluid and urine.
  • Urine is discarded in the sink or toilet
  • Dispose the urine container in Medical Waste
    Container

Medical Waste only
17
Medical Waste Policy
  • Special Medical Waste Treatment does NOT apply to
    feces, nasal secretions, sputum, sweat, tears, or
    vomitus unless they contain visible blood

Everything else Clear Bag Only
18
Medical Waste IF IN DOUBT
Put in bio-hazard trash can
19
Knowledge Assessment
  • Special Medical Waste Treatment does not
    apply to
  • A. Blood
  • B. Serum
  • C. Vaginal secretions
  • D. Feces
  • Answer
  • D. Feces

20
Questions?
  • Contact Mary McCollum
  • 930-1372
  • mary.mccollum_at_jcdh.org
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