barrier techniques

barrier techniques, protocols used in infection control to prevent cross-contamination between health care worker and patient, between patient and health care worker, and between patients. Strict barrier techniques are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Dental Association (ADA).
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This achievement provides operators with a more cost effective option for well abandonment design and consideration of wider well barrier techniques, while maintaining the ability to monitor the reservoir or plug integrity.
The aim of this study was to assess the awareness and knowledge of parents regarding the importance of barrier techniques (gloves, masks, and goggles) by the pediatric dentists.
The parents were selected randomly to fill the questionnaire about the age, gender and the knowledge about utilized barrier techniques by the pediatric dentists.
4 Healthcare providers must follow strict barrier techniques and safe handling of specimen from the patients.
These techniques are divided into following categories; insulative techniques, reflective surface techniques, and radiant barrier techniques.
Radiant barrier techniques reflect the direct sun radiations.
The studies excluded the use of any hormonal products that might compromise the effectiveness of Lysteda, so women used barrier techniques, tubal ligations, or vasectomies for birth control, he said.
Nurses use safe clean barrier techniques to reduce the risk of infection not increase it.
Key areas of production are likely to be in stability and enhancing barrier techniques.
0161), but not between the supine and paper barrier techniques (Z = -.
These analyses demonstrated statistically significant differences between the supine and paper barrier techniques (Z = -3.
However, the exposing and developing of intraoral radiographs presents unique circumstances that may not be addressed adequately by standard disinfection and infection control barrier techniques.