07 Infection Prevention and Control and Safety

I.B.04

The result of a formal, documented infection prevention risk assessment to ensure that the program is relevant to the organization. 

I.Q.

A written policy outlines appropriate hand hygiene using products according to the product manufacturer’s instructions for use 

I.B.02

Based on nationally-recognized infection prevention and control guidelines considered and selected by the governing body. 

I.J.

A mechanism to notify public health authorities of reportable conditions.

Location: 
P&P Manual

II.N.

Reprocessing of manufacturer-labeled single-use devices must comply with FDA regulation and is limited to devices approved for reprocessing in accordance with FDA 510(k) clearance. 

Notes: 
n/a

I.P.

Medical devices for use with multiple patients are processed between patients,according to the manufacturer's recommended guidelines or nationally recognized guideline, whichever are more stringent.

Location: 
P&P manual

I.N.

Sterile packs of equipment and instruments are handled and stored to maintain sterility.

Location: 
P&P manual

I.F.

Processes for the cleaning, disinfection and sterilzation of instruments, equipment, supplies and implants adhere to:

1. Nationally recognized guidelines

2. Manufacturer’s instructions for use

3. State and federal guidelines. 

Location: 
P&P manual

I.B.07

Focused direct intervention to prevent infection, as needed

Notes: 
P&P
Location: 
Infection Control Program

I.B.05.

Appropriate to the organization and meets all applicable state and federal requirements

Notes: 
P&P
Location: 
Infection Control Program
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