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by Ms. Belinda B. Villasencio

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  1. 1. Infection control in pharmacy
  2. 2. Hello! I am belinda b. villasencio, rn
  3. 3. The role and function of pharmacy
  4. 4. 1. Reduction on the transmission of infections refrigerators for the storage of drugs in a pharmacy shall: a. be maintained at a temperature between 1.3 and 10o Celsuis; b. be kept clean and in a sanitary condition; and c. be located in an area not accessible to the public
  5. 5. 1. Reduction on the transmission of infections  Only portable water supply be used in any room where drugs are prepared, compounded, dispensed or stored.  All drugs stored in a pharmacy shall be stored on or in shelves, drawers or fixtures provided for that purpose.  All waste materials shall be disposed twice a weak or more often if necessary to maintain the sanitary condition. Reference: CDC American Society of Health System Pharmacy
  6. 6. 2. Promotion on the rational use of antibiotics  Working with therapeutics committees including infectious disease related subcommittees to ensure that the number and types of antimicrobial agents available are appropriate for the patients it served. Reference: CDC American Society of Health System Pharmacy
  7. 7. 2. Promotion on the rational use of antibiotics  Encourage multidisciplinary collaboration within the hospital to ensure that the prophylactic, empirical and therapeutic uses of antimicrobials agents result in optimal patient outcomes.  Establish and operate a multidisciplinary concurrent antimicrobial monitoring program.  Work with the microbiology laboratory to ensure that appropriate antibiotic susceptibility test are reported to patients on a timely manner. Reference: CDC American Society of Health System Pharmacy
  8. 8. 3. Education  Provide clinical conference and other types of educational forums for clinical staff on topics such as antimicrobial use and resistance, decontaminating agents, aseptic technique and procedures and sterilization methods.  Educate and counsel in patients, ambulatory care patients and home care patients. a. adherence to prescribed directions of antibiotics b. storing and handling medications and administrations devices and other infection control procedures
  9. 9. 3. Education  Participates in public health education and awareness programs aimed at controlling the spread of infectious diseases - promoting prudent use of antibiotics - providing immunizations access for children and adult - promoting appropriate infection control measures Reference: CDC American Society of Health System Pharmacy
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    Nov. 28, 2018

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