Central Sterile Supply Department

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Central Sterile Supply Department

  1. 1. CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT Submitted by- Kirti Choukikar (12040141020) Rashi Thaper (12040141021) Stuti sangada (12040141022) Vineeth Sukumaran (12040141023)
  2. 2. CONTENTS• Definition• Aim• Functions and Activities• Advantages• Planning of CSSD• Rule of Thumb• Layout Design Principle• Structural Designing• Equipment• Staffing• Sterilization• Flow Pattern• Quality Control• Management Process
  3. 3. Definition“as that service, with in the hospital, catering for the sterile supplies to all departments , both to specialized units as well as general wards and OPDs.”
  4. 4. AIM• Centralizing the activities of receipt, cleaning, assembly, sterilization, storage and distribution of sterilized materials from a central department where safe sterilization is done under controlled conditions with adequate managerial and technical supervision at an optimum cost.• To provide an efficient, economic, continuous and quality supply of sterilized material to various areas of the hospital to deliver quality and infection free patient care.• Contributes to reduction in hospital infection rate• To reduce the burden of work of the nursing personnel, there by enabling them to devote more of their time to patient care .
  5. 5. FUNCTIONS & ACTIVITIES Rinsing Receipt cleaning Issue & Drying Distribution CSSD Storage checking Labelling sterilization
  6. 6. Reduces burden on Prevents nursing staff cross-infection Maintains Shortens standards patient’s stay Economic Ensures safe ,Efficient and environment uniform source Infection free Inventory atmosphere MaintenanceProcessing, iss Qualityue and control Advantages care
  7. 7. PLANNING OF CSSD The CSSD can broadly be classified into two parts Central Peripheral unit unit-Responsible for receiving dirty - Mainly responsible for distribution Utilities cleaning, processing, to various areas of hospital.Sterilization, storage and supply - TSSU (Theater Sterile Supply Unit)
  8. 8. Location Water and Size steam supply CENTRAL UNIT PhysicalEquipment facility Staffing
  9. 9. QUALITY PHYSICALPREVENTIVE FUNCTIONAL FINANCIAL PERSONNEL EQUIPMENT
  10. 10. LAY OUT DESIGNING PRINCIPLE  There is no back tracking of sterile goods.  One way movement from receiving counter to issue counter.  Sterile area should be prior to sterile storage and issue.  The receiving counter must be away from the issue counter.  Separate receiving and issuing counter There should minimum six basic division in CSSD Cleaning Packaging Sterilization Issue Drying Area Storage Area Area Area counter
  11. 11. STRUCTURAL DESIGNING The Central Unit comprises of three zones, separated by two distinct barriers. One collection window one supply window on the other end. C S L TCOLLECTION E E DISTRIBUTION R A I SOILED N CLEAN PACKAG L STERILIZATION STERILE ING ZONE CLEANING AREA I ZONE AREA I AREA STORAGE N Z G A T I B O LOW A N HIGH R R BA I RR IE E R R
  12. 12. EQUIPMENT  High capacity pass through washer disinfector at 800C to 900 C having various shapes and sizes.  Cold and hot water streams.  Detergent Solution.  Steam when available.  Hot air ovens for drying instruments.  Wall fixtures for drying.  Autoclaves using dry heat, moist heat.  Ethylene oxide sterilizers.  Testing material to check effectiveness of sterilization. Cup boards, selves, tables, chairs, racks. Trolleys, instrument trays, wire baskets and containers.
  13. 13. OTHER EQUIPMENT Cleaning and decontamination devices Hot air Oven for drying & heat sterilization Glove processing unit for surgical gloves Instrument sharper e.g.. Needle sharper Testing apparatus for emergency sterilization Others :- trolleys, work surface, telephones Maintenance and repair of equipments Material : chemicals for washing and cleaning Steam Boiler
  14. 14. At times Syringes LINEN. Needles (other than O.T)InfusionFluids for RenalDialysis. Articles Procedural Sets to beO.T. Linen sterilized Gloves O.T I.V.Fluids. Instruments. Treatment Trays.
  15. 15. STAFFING Staffing should be planned based on following factors:- 1. Three shift working 2. Messenger service 3. Maintenance service. 4. Staff for 6 areas. 5. Leave and off duty – Average 02 technicians for 100 beds and one technical supervisors. – One clerk for keeping records, accounting and supply/ shift. – Average 04 attendants per 100 beds in all shifts. – Adequate number of cleaning attendants and transporters. – One technician and two attendants should be stationed at each zone.
  16. 16. Organogram CSSD Supervisor. CSSD Attendant. CSSD Technician. Messengers. Boiler attendant. Clerks. Safaiwala.
  17. 17. TRANSPORT TO OT STERILE USED STORAGE MATERIALS TRANSPORTSTERILIZATION CSSD CLEANING PACKAGING TRAY DISINFECTION ASSEMBLY INSPECTION
  18. 18. STERILIZATION . It is a process of freeing an article from all living organisms including bacteria ,fungal spores and viruses. A material is pronounced sterile if it achieves 99.99% kill of bacterial spores.
  19. 19. Sun Light UV NATURAL Air Dessication SOLIDS (Lime, Bleaching Powder, KMNO4 Formalin, Phenol, Alcohol, Glutar CHEMICAL LIQUIDS aldehydeMETHODS OF STERILIZATION GASES Formaldehyde, Ethylene Oxide Burning or Dry Air(160 C for 60 Dry Heat Min) PHYSICAL Moist Heat Boiling Steam Radiation Ionizing Radiation U V Rays
  20. 20. TYPES OF AUTO CLAVING MACHINES Downward Displacement Vacuum Assisted. Pulsed Steam Dilution
  21. 21. QUALITY CONTROL1.Indicator tapes • Time, temperature, pressure sensitive tapes. • Does not indicate for sensitivity for sterilization but only suggest the required time and pressure the items have been subjected2.Bacteriological indicator : • Kept in center of pack before the process and later on subjected to lab for colony count and growth • A pack of non- pathogenic bacterial spore (stearo- thermopiles) is placed in each load to check quality. • If the level of sterilization is satisfactory, the green/ brown color change to black.3.Personnel should be adequately trained to handle the equipments.4.Regular maintenance of equipments be done.5.The hospital infection control committee monitors the sterilization by drawingsamples and growing in medias for colony count.
  22. 22. STORAGE• After sterilization the sterilized items are kept in different racks as per labeling.• Supplied as per the demand of different area.• To ensure continuous availability of sterile supply five times of daily requirement should be available in storage.
  23. 23. Take stock position of each items on receipt Check the Clean and dry receipt status them in and issue taking packaging area signatureDistribution ofitems through sorting, packing distributing and labeling window MANAGEMENTProper storageof sterile items PROCESS Put a indicator inside thein sterile area packet Proper monitoring and Check the Temp control indicator status during sterilization Remove the items after completion of process
  24. 24. THANK YOU !!

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