Medical waste management

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Lecture by Dr.Bilal Assayed
SEBCO supervisor.
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Medical waste management

  1. 1. The Handling techniques and segregation of the Health Care (medical wastes ) inside the medical institutions and Healthcare Facility.
  2. 2. HAZARDOUS MEDICAL WASTE Classification
  3. 3. 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. 
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. Gastro enteric Infections Respiratory Infections Ocular Infections Genital Infections Skin Infections MeningitisAIDS Septicamia Bacteraemia Candidaemia Viral Hepatitis A Viral Hepatitis (B-C) Anthrax
  7. 7.   -    
  8. 8. 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.
  9. 9. Safety Requirements: -Nose mask Gloves Apron High neck rubber boot Safety goggles
  10. 10. Principals of dealing with theHazards medical wastes Inside the health Care Institutions
  11. 11. INFECTED MEDICALHAZARDOUS WASTE
  12. 12. -    
  13. 13. - - -
  14. 14. 
  15. 15. 
  16. 16. 
  17. 17. SHARP MEDICALHAZARDOUS WASTE
  18. 18.
  19. 19. 
  20. 20. 
  21. 21.    
  22. 22. Procedures for treatment of Infected and Sharp MEDICAL WASTE
  23. 23. 
  24. 24.  -  
  25. 25. Human Body Tissues and Parts Waste:
  26. 26. -     
  27. 27. 
  28. 28. Should be stored under 5 degree Celsius
  29. 29. 
  30. 30. Pharmaceutical Waste ( Medicine ) :
  31. 31. 
  32. 32. 
  33. 33. 
  34. 34. 
  35. 35. 
  36. 36. Medical Chemical Waste:
  37. 37. -     
  38. 38. -   
  39. 39. 
  40. 40. -   
  41. 41. 
  42. 42.  (recovery) 
  43. 43. International Codes Hazardous Labels
  44. 44. Toxic Genes & Cells Material Waste:
  45. 45. - -
  46. 46. -   Potassium permanganate, Sulfuric acid 
  47. 47. Treatment The Chemical medical waste
  48. 48. -     
  49. 49. Compressed Gas Package
  50. 50.
  51. 51.  - - -
  52. 52. Radioactive Medical waste
  53. 53.
  54. 54. 
  55. 55.   It is not under thecompany response
  56. 56.  
  57. 57. Back up ) •

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