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National ReUse Conference 2009. Atlanta, GA. Presented by Chris Brand. President/CEO . Friends of Disabled Adults and Children, Too!. Overview. Review Standards. Different products and methods for cleaning and sanitizing.. ID: 663558

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Durable Medical Equipment cleaning/sanitizing

National ReUse Conference 2009

Atlanta, GA

Presented by Chris Brand

President/CEO

Friends of Disabled Adults and Children, Too!

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OverviewReview Standards

Different products and methods for cleaning and sanitizing.

Discuss wet-room layout.

Separate or cover cleaned equipment from donated equipment.

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Follow Recommendations

Manufacturers

DME Vendor standards

Hospitals and Rehab policies

Medicare/Medicaid

The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO): Accreditation program-Home Care

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JCAHO: Home Care-Infection Prevention and ControlThe [organization] plans for preventing and controlling infections.

1. When developing infection prevention and control activities, the organization uses evidence-based national guidelines or, in the absence of such guidelines, expert consensus, or, in the absence of both, a review and evaluation of the health care literature.

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Evidence Based:

Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities, 2008 (CDC)

Types of devices

Identify cleaners and methods

Create work area

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JCAHO: Home Care-Infection Prevention and Control

Based on the identified risks, the [organization] sets goals to minimize the possibility of spreading infections.

The [organization] reduces the risk of infections associated with medical equipment, devices, and supplies.

1.

The organization implements infection prevention and control activities when doing the following: Cleaning and disinfecting medical equipment, devices, and supplies.

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JCAHO: Home Care-Equipment Management

The [organization] receives and stores medical equipment and supplies at its site(s).

The organization designates clearly identified, separate areas for storing each of the following types of equipment:

- Obsolete equipment

- Equipment requiring maintenance or repair

- Dirty equipment

- Clean equipment

- Patient-ready equipment

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Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities, 2008 (CDC)

Non-critical items

Definitions:

Clean-detergents and water

Disinfection-wiping with chlorine and disinfectants

Sanitization-steam sterilization

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Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities, 2008 (CDC)

Keep in mind:

contact times of disinfectants

cleaning materials, washers, rags, etc.

Policies and procedures for cleaning and disinfecting that will be used by staff; specifying required training; a safety policy regarding attire and use of accessories in work area

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Cleaning Electrical DME

Electric Wheelchairs and Hospital beds:

Vacuum or blow with compressed air

Clean with detergent product by hand

Spray and wipe with cleaning disinfectant

Steam sterilization (optional)

Cover or move to cleaned area

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Cleaning Non-electrical DME

Manual Wheelchairs and larger items:

Clean with detergent product by wiping, brushing and pressure washing, or Hubscrub

Spray and wipe with cleaning disinfectant

Steam sterilization (optional)

Cover or move to cleaned area

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Cleaning Non-electrical DME

Hand held and smaller AT items:

Steam sterilization preferred

Spray and wipe with cleaning disinfectant

Cover or move to cleaned area

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