2. Dressing indications
1. When contacting patients with infectious diseases spread by contact, such as those infected by multi-drug resistant bacteria.
2. When carrying out protective isolation of patients, such as diagnosis, treatment and nursing of patients with extensive burns and bone graft patients.
3. It may be splashed by the patient's blood, body fluids, secretions and feces.
4. When entering key departments such as ICU, NICU, and protective wards, whether or not to wear isolation gowns should be determined according to the purpose of entry and the contact status of the medical staff.
3. Appearance and material requirements
(1) When putting on and taking off the isolation gown, pay attention to the clean surface to avoid contamination, while the surgical gown pays more attention to aseptic operation;
(2) Isolation gowns can be completed by one person, but surgical gowns must be assisted by assistants;
(3) Isolation gowns can be used repeatedly without pollution. Hang it in the corresponding area after use, and the surgical gown must be cleaned, disinfected/sterilized and used after wearing it once. Disposable protective clothing is commonly used clinically in microbiology laboratories, infectious disease negative pressure wards, Ebola, avian influenza, mers and other epidemics to protect medical staff from pathogens. The use of the three are important measures for the prevention and control of infection in hospitals, and plays an important role in protecting patients and medical workers.