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Operating room team (24 feb-2013)

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ORPs Educational Programme …

ORPs Educational Programme
Admin & Fascinator (Moule #01-Asepsis & Infection Control for the month of February-2013) • Karachi, Pakistan
1.Education for all ORPs
2.Produce Educated ORPs.
3.Teach & Training about all Surgical Technique & Skill
4.Conduct 2 seminars in each month at different Venue
5.Join All ORPs to Apply registration through
* sms * E-Mail *Facebook * Skype * other relationship
• ORPs Education
Apr 13, 2013 to present
COURSE OUTLINE :
*Module #1 (Operating Room)
*Medical Terminologies
*Feature of Surgical Equipment

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  • 1. Discuss the operating room as to its:Discuss the operating room as to its:A. PERSONNEL Operating Room Team☻ the sterile team members scrub their hands and arms☻ wears sterile gown and gloves☻ enter the sterile field. (To establish sterile field, allitems needed for the procedure are sterilized.)☻ After the process, the scrubbed and sterile teammember functions within the limited area and the onlysterile items.1. Surgeon2. Assistants to the surgeon3. Scrub person
  • 2. 1. SURGEON1. SURGEON♣ Must have the knowledge, skills andjudgment required to successfully performthe intended surgical procedure and anydeviations necessitated by unforeseendifficulties.♣ Must be prepared for the unexpected.♣ Responsibilities include pre-operativediagnosis & cure, selection & performanceof surgery & post-operative managementof care.♣ Licensed physician (MD), oral surgeons,etc.♣ Appropriate clinical skills & personalcharacter are important attributes of asurgeon.
  • 3. 2. ASSISTANTS TO THE2. ASSISTANTS TO THESURGEONSURGEON* Under the direction of the operatingsurgeon, one or two assistants help tomaintain visibility of the surgical site,control bleeding, close wounds, and applydressing.* Handles tissues & uses instruments* Anticipates blood loss, anesthesia time forpatient, fatigue affecting OR team &potential complications 
  • 4. *1*1STSTASSISTANT IN SURGERYASSISTANT IN SURGERY Qualified surgeon or a resident doctor Capable of performing procedures forprimary surgeon Post-graduate intern & medical intern Surgeon may request assistance of anassociate physician w/ whom the surgicalprocedure is shared & to whom part ofpatient’s care is delegated
  • 5. *NON-PHYSICIAN 1STASSISTANTRequired to complete a formal educationprogram for 1stassistant according to theirpractice discipline *PHYSICIAN’S 1STASSISTANT (PA)Must have additional surgical training*SCRUB PERSONis a patient care staff member of thesterile team.Responsible for maintaining the integrity,safety and efficiency of the sterilefield throughout the surgical procedure.
  • 6. 1. Anesthesia Provider2. Circulator3. Others(The OR team may include biomedicaltechnicians, radiology technicians, andothers who may be needed to set up andoperate specialized equipment ormonitoring devices during the surgicalprocedure) The unsterile team members DO NOTenter the sterile field. They handle supplies and equipments thatare not considered sterile. 
  • 7. 1.ANESTHESIA PROVIDE1.ANESTHESIA PROVIDEThis refers to the person responsiblefor the inducing anesthesia,maintaining anesthesia at the requiredlevels, and managing untowardreactions to anesthesia throughout thesurgical procedure. Following the principles ofaseptic technique, they keep thesterile team supplied.
  • 8. 2. CIRCULATOR2. CIRCULATOR* The circulator plays a role that is vital tothe smooth flow of events before, during,and after the surgical procedure.* The circulator’s role as a patient advocateand protector is critical to the safety andwelfare of the patient and extendsthroughout the entire pre-operativeenvironment.