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To Wash, or Not to Wash. That is the Question.
Why should you wash your hands?Washing your hands is the best way to stop germs from spreading.
Common ways germs are spread.Nose, mouth, or eyes to hands to others. Hands to food.
Common ways germs are spread.Food to hands to food. Infected person to hands to other people.
Common ways germs are spread.Animals to people.
Hidden Germs More bacteria on your body than people U.S. 21,000 germs per square inch on work desks.
Hidden Germs 229,000 germs per square inch on faucet handles.
Hidden Germs Kitchen Sink. Sponge. Pens, pencils, crayons.Light Switches. Keyboards. Doorknobs. Dishcloth.
How Some Diseases Are SpreadFecal-oral Transmission. Salmonella, Shigellosis, Cholera.
How Some Diseases Are SpreadIndirect contact with respiratory secretions. Influenza, Strep diseases, Colds.
How Some Diseases Are SpreadWhen hands are contaminated with urine, saliva, etc. Typhoid, staph diseases, mononucleosis.
When do you wash your hands?Washing Your Hands When do you wash your hands?
Coughing or blowing nose.Washing Your Hands Coughing or blowing nose. Eating and cooking. Going to the bathroom. Playing with animals.
Washing Your Hands Playing or working outside.Touching sores or infected areas. Handling raw meat.
Washing Your Hands Must have: Soap Warm water Friction
Washing Your Hands Steps for washing hands: Wet hands with warm water.Add soap.
Washing Your Hands Steps for washing hands: Rub hands for 20 seconds.Wash all surfaces.
Washing Your Hands Steps for washing hands: Rinse. Dry your hands.Keep fingers pointing down. Dry your hands.
Washing Your Hands Steps for washing hands:Hold towel – turn off faucet and open door.
Review Washing Your Hands.Click here for Video.
Wash your hands!. Wash before: preparing food eating inserting or removing contacts AND after treating wounds or cuts.
1. Select from a list when you should wash your hands. 2. Describe the proper method of washing your hands. 3. Select from a list the single most important.
Hand Hygiene In-Service for Staff
Clean Hands Save Lives Keeping our hands clean is one of the most important things we can do to keep from getting sick and from spreading germs to others.
WHY WASH YOUR HANDS ? Handwashing is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of communicable diseases.
Applied Health Services
Managing Infectious Disease
By: Leanna Stevens & Lauren Murray
Step one is to get a paper towel and set it by the sink.
STANDARD PRECAUTIONS Designated for the care of all staff and patients in hospitals, regardless of diagnosis or presumed infectious status. Universal Precautions.
How are germs spread Germs are everywhere Germs spread by touching They spread from person to person They spread by contact with contaminated objects Many.
HAND WASHING. Fighting Food Poisoning: What is one of the most important things you can do to fight food poisoning? Here are a few hints: It takes only.
GERMS Foundation Phase. What we need to learn Foundation Phase To understand what germs are and how they spread To understand the importance of good hygiene.
GERMSGERMS …they are not our friends By FRED A. TEGA, MD.
6th Grade Communicable Diseases SOL 6
Wash, Wipe, Cover…. Don’t infect another! Your guide to better hand and respiratory hygiene Infection Control Service.
Springfield Public Schools: Handwashing Training.
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