Bloodborne Pathogens And Education 2010

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Bloodborne Pathogens And Education 2010

  1. 1. Bloodborne Pathogens and Teacher Education
  2. 2. By the end of today’s class (11-08-10), learners will be able to: 1. Name four bloodborne pathogens. 2. Provide examples of how the infectious disease process can be interrupted to prevent communicable illness – including those caused by bloodborne pathogens. 3. Apply Universal Precautions to occupational situations where the elementary education teacher may encounter potential bloodborne pathogens. 4. Demonstrate effective technique in use of gloves to prevent bloodborne pathogen exposure.
  3. 3. Infectious Disease Process Universal Precautions Bloodborne Pathogens
  4. 4. Bloodborne Pathogens 1. Hepatides * Hepatitis B Virus * Hepatitis C Virus * Hepatitis D Virus 2. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
  5. 5. By the end of today’s class (11-08-10), learners will be able to: 1. Name four bloodborne pathogens. Bloodborne Pathogens
  6. 6. Infectious Disease Process Universal Precautions Bloodborne Pathogens
  7. 7. Infectious Disease Process 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  8. 8. Infectious Disease Process 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  9. 9. Infectious Disease Process 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  10. 10. Infectious Disease Process 2. Reservoir of infection 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  11. 11. Infectious Disease Process 3. Portal of exit 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  12. 12. Infectious Disease Process 4. Mechanism of transmission – Direct – Indirect 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  13. 13. Infectious Disease Process 5. Portal of entry 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  14. 14. Infectious Disease Process 6. Susceptible host 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  15. 15. Infectious Disease Process 1. Agent (microorganism) capable of parasitizing man 2. Reservoir of infection 3. Portal of exit 4. Mechanism of transmission 5. Portal of entry 6. Susceptible host
  16. 16. By the end of today’s class (11-08-10), learners will be able to: 2. Provide examples of how the infectious disease process can be interrupted to prevent communicable illness – including those caused by bloodborne pathogens. Infectious Disease Process
  17. 17. Infectious Disease Process Universal Precautions Bloodborne Pathogens
  18. 18. Gloves should be worn: • for touching blood and body fluids requiring universal precautions, mucous membranes, or non-intact skin of all patients, and • for handling items or surfaces soiled with blood or body fluids to which universal precautions apply. Universal Precautions http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dhqp/bp_universal_precautions.html
  19. 19. Each and every exposure Universal Precautions
  20. 20. Control Measures • Work Practice Controls – Reduce the likelihood of exposure to bloodborne pathogens through use of: • Primary prevention of injuries • Universal Precautions • Examples – Use of gloves – Effective hand washing – Correct removal and disposal of contaminated gloves Universal Precautions
  21. 21. • After a bloodborne event in the workplace – Follow policies and procedures at your workplace for clean-up. – Use a hospital grade VIRUCIDE or a 1:10 bleach to water solution. – Disposal of contaminated items Universal Precautions
  22. 22. By the end of today’s class (11-08-10), learners will be able to: 3. Apply Universal Precautions to occupational situations where the elementary education teacher may encounter potential bloodborne pathogens. Universal Precautions
  23. 23. Universal Precautions Munwfile2dataHome00042987My archiving photo projectgloves again.pdf
  24. 24. By the end of today’s class (11-08-10), learners will be able to: 4. Demonstrate effective technique in use of gloves to prevent bloodborne pathogen exposure. Universal Precautions
  25. 25. We ... ALL ... fall ... down Ring around the rosey, A pocketful of posies. ashes, ashes. We all fall down.
  26. 26. Bloodborne Pathogens and Teacher Education

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