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An increase in the number of surgical procedures performed within private dental practices has resulted in an increased demand for effective surgical aseptic techniques. Creating and maintaining a sterile field is an essential component of the aseptic technique and this course explores these principles. This hands-on course aims to assist the practitioner and/or assistant to master the skills required to ensure an aseptic environment and to follow set surgical protocols. Attend this course to receive a better understanding of the infection control requirements for a surgical procedure, the skills to effectively place sterile surgical drapes, how to perform an effective surgical handwash and to correctly apply sterile gloves.

Learning outcomes

Surgical set-up Clean vs Sterile Correct hand scrubbing techniques Optimal sterilization and wrapping of surgical instruments Surgical protocol in Implantology Sharps and biological waste control

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Speaker

Dr Anna Sahafi

An increase in the number of surgical procedures performed within private dental practices has resulted in an increased demand for effective surgical aseptic techniques. Creating and maintaining a sterile field is an essential component of the aseptic technique and this course explores these principles. This hands-on course aims to assist the practitioner and/or assistant to master the skills required to ensure an aseptic environment and to follow set surgical protocols. Attend this course to receive a better understanding of the infection control requirements for a surgical procedure, the skills to effectively place sterile surgical drapes, how to perform an effective surgical handwash and to correctly apply sterile gloves.

Dr Anna Sahafi 

Surgical Draping

Dr Anna Sahafi
Thursday 21st Nov 2024
9:00am - 4:30pm
Venue:
Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison Street
Region: St Leonards Nsw, Australia
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