Veterinary infection prevention and control

by Ellis, Kimberly; Jones, Barbara; Caveney, Linda

Veterinary infection prevention and control With background information on pathogens bacteria and disease transmission the book focuses on specific infection prevention strategies including disinfection sterilization and isolation A companion website provides review questions and the figures from the book in PowerPoint Veterinary Infection Prevention and Control gives practicing veterinarians technicians and practice managers in both small and large animal facilities the tools they need to successfully develop an infection c

Publisher : Wiley Blackwell

Author : Ellis, Kimberly; Jones, Barbara; Caveney, Linda

ISBN : 9780813815343

Year : 2012

Language: en

File Size : 6.06 MB

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Contents
Cover
Title Page
Copyright
Contributors
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1: What Is Infection Control and Biosecurity?
DEFINITIONS OF DISEASE CONTROL TERMINOLOGY
EPIDEMIOLOGIC LEVELS OF DISEASE CONTROL
ACTIVITIES
TARGETED ELEMENTS FOR DISEASE PREVENTION
EVALUATION OF RISK, FEASIBILITY, COST, AND
EFFECTIVENESS
PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS
INFECTION CONTROL:
PROCEDURES

STANDARD

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OPERATING

WRITING THE INFECTION CONTROL PLAN
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND ENFORCEMENT
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
2: Microbiology Review
THE SCIENCE OF MICROBIOLOGY
SPECIMEN
SELECTION,
TRANSPORT

COLLECTION,

LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS
BACTERIA
FUNGI
VIRUS
PROTOZOA
PRIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
3: “Links in the Chain” of Disease Transmission
INTRODUCTION
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AND

DEFINITIONS OF KEY TERMS
COMMON LINKS IN THE CHAIN OF DISEASE
TRANSMISSION
SPREAD WITHIN POPULATIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
4: Zoonotic Diseases
ANTHRAX
BRUCELLOSIS
CAMPYLOBACTER
CRYPTOSPORIDIUM
GIARDIA
LEPTOSPIROSIS
METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS
RABIES
SALMONELLA
TOXOPLASMOSIS
CONCLUSION
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REFERENCES
5: Disease Prevention Strategies
INTRODUCTION
CONTROLLING THE INFECTIOUS AGENT
CONTROLLING THE ROUTE OF TRANSMISSION
PROTECTING THE PATIENT
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
6: Guidelines for Effective Cleaning and Disinfection
DEFINITION OF COMMON TERMS
HOW TO READ A DISINFECTANT LABEL
FACTORS THAT CAN ALTER THE EFFECTIVENESS OF
CHEMICAL DISINFECTANTS
SPAULDING CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
CLASSIFICATION
ACTIVITY

OF

CHEMICAL

ADDITIONAL
CONCERNS
DISINFECTANTS

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DISINFECTANT

WHEN

USING

CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHING A DISINFECTION
PROTOCOL
APPLICATION OF DISINFECTANTS
Creating a Disinfection Protocol
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
7: Chemical Disinfectants
ACIDS
ALKALIS
ALCOHOL
ALDEHYDES
BIGUANIDES
HALOGENS
QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS
PHENOLS
OXIDIZING AGENTS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
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8: “Best Practice” Procedures Prior to Sterilization of Medical
Equipment
CLEANING AREA DESIGN AND LOCATION
WATER AND CLEANING AGENTS USED IN THE
CLEANING PROCESS
CLEANING METHODS
CLEANING PROTOCOLS
INSPECTION OF SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
9: Packaging, Preparation for Sterilization, and Sterile
Storage of Medical Equipment
PERSONNEL FACTORS
SELECTION OF PACKAGING MATERIALS
PACKAGE CONFIGURATION AND PREPARATION
LABELING
PACKAGE CLOSURE
LOADING THE STERILIZER
UNLOADING THE STERILIZER
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STERILE STORAGE
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
10: High-Temperature Sterilization
STRUCTURE AND MAKEUP OF A STEAM STERILIZER
BASIC TYPES OF STEAM STERILIZERS
STEAM STERILIZATION PARAMETERS
LOAD
CONFIGURATION
STERILIZATION

PRIOR

TO

STEAM

WHEN WET PACKS OCCUR
STERILITY ASSURANCE
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
11: Low-Temperature Sterilization
BASIC
REQUIREMENTS
LOW-TEMPERATURE SYSTEMS
ETHYLENE OXIDE
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE GAS PLASMA

8

FOR

ALL

OZONE
LIQUID PERACETIC ACID
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
12: Processing of Complex Medical Equipment and Specialty
Processing
ENDOSCOPES
POWERED SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
PROCESSING
INSTRUMENTS

OF

OPHTHALMIC

SURGICAL

FLASH STERILIZATION
PROCESSING
OF
MEDICAL
CONTAMINATED WITH PRIONS

EQUIPMENT

REFERENCES
13: Surgical Textiles, Linens, and Laundry
HISTORY OF TEXTILES
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
SURGICAL LINENS

FOR

REUSABLE

ENVIRONMENTAL AREA FOR LAUNDRY HANDLING

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HANDLING OF SOILED LINENS
LAUNDRY PROCESS
AORN POSITION ON HOME
PERSONAL SURGICAL ATTIRE

LAUNDERING

OF

LAUNDRY AREA ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANING
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
14: Infection Control: The Surgical Environment and
Ancillary Areas
THE SURGICAL ENVIRONMENT
INFECTION
CONTROL
ANESTHESIOLOGY

PRACTICES

FOR

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE DENTISTRY
AND “DIRTY SURGERY” AREAS
REFERENCES
Appendix A: Medical Term Reference Information
Appendix B: Common Concentrate Dilutions
Appendix C: Table of Disease Transmission and Disinfection
Guidelines

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Appendix D: Donning and Removal of a Surgical Gown
Index

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Veterinary infection prevention and control / editors, Linda
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Barbara Jones, with Kimberly Ellis.
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1. Communicable diseases in animals--Prevention. 2.
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Veterinary hospitals--Sanitation. I. Caveney, Linda. II. Jones,
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