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Lecture by Dr.Bilal Assayed

Lecture by Dr.Bilal Assayed
SEBCO supervisor.
بالتعاون مع قسم الصحه العامه

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  • The Handling techniques and segregation of the Health Care (medical wastes ) inside the medical institutions and Healthcare Facility.
  • HAZARDOUS MEDICAL WASTE Classification
  • Who are in risk from healthcare waste???  Doctors and Nurses. Patients.  Health care providers and  treatment employees. Environment and public health.  Dentists and dental workers.  blood bank technologists.  Laboratory technologists.  housekeeping personnel.  View slide
  • How does exposure occur? Most common: needle  sticks. Cuts from other  contaminated sharps (scalpels, broken glass , etc.). Contact of mucous  membranes (forexample, theeye, nose, mouth) or broken (cut or abraded) skin with contaminated blood. View slide
  • Points of problems: Waste Transport Transport Place Waste or to ready segregat transform central for waste generati ation on ion storage disposal Points of risk inside a healthcare facility Waste Interim Fleet Transport Externaltreatment storage manage- and wasteand of waste ment, tracing collection disposal logistic of waste Points of risk outside a healthcare facility
  • Gastro enteric Infections Respiratory Infections Ocular Infections Genital Infections Skin Infections MeningitisAIDS Septicamia Bacteraemia Candidaemia Viral Hepatitis A Viral Hepatitis (B-C) Anthrax
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  • Safety procedures (when dealing with hazardous medical waste): Wearing: Apron.  Safety goggles.  Nose mask.  High neck rubber  boots.Then: Wash face and hands up to the elbows with water and disinfectant soap after each handling of hazardous medical waste.
  • Safety Requirements: -Nose mask Gloves Apron High neck rubber boot Safety goggles
  • Principals of dealing with theHazards medical wastes Inside the health Care Institutions
  • INFECTED MEDICALHAZARDOUS WASTE
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  • SHARP MEDICALHAZARDOUS WASTE
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  • Procedures for treatment of Infected and Sharp MEDICAL WASTE
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  • Human Body Tissues and Parts Waste:
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  • Should be stored under 5 degree Celsius
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  • Pharmaceutical Waste ( Medicine ) :
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  • Medical Chemical Waste:
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  • International Codes Hazardous Labels
  • Toxic Genes & Cells Material Waste:
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  • -   Potassium permanganate, Sulfuric acid 
  • Treatment The Chemical medical waste
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  • Compressed Gas Package
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  • Radioactive Medical waste
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  •   It is not under thecompany response
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