Fri 04 June 2021 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Aseptic technique: Standard and surgical
Be guided through the principles of aseptic technique, receive a demonstration and practise the key concepts of aseptic technique for procedures performed under local anaesthetic*.
Have you identified your high-risk procedures and developed an appropriate aseptic technique protocol?
We know the more invasive a procedure is, the greater the risks. However, it is not practical or necessary for all invasive procedures to be performed in an operating room type environment. Aseptic technique in theory and practice is scaled to reduce the risk to patients who are undergoing varying degrees of invasive procedures.
Explore the options of your current surgery layout, and develop a plan and protocol to implement routine and surgical aseptic techniques. Practise waterless surgical hand-scrubbing, gowning and gloving, and maintaining a sterile field, including the use of implant kits and handpieces.
Experience a truly practical session and conclude confident that you are well on your way to consolidating this practice.
You will learn:
- The risks associated with invasive procedures and determining the appropriate aseptic technique
- Surgical hand hygiene technique options
- Surgical gowning and gloving techniques
- The importance of preparing for and ensuring support during surgical procedures
- How to establish and maintain an aseptic field for routine procedures, e.g. extractions
- How to establish and ensure a sterile field is maintained for surgical procedures
- The importance of the equipment manufacturer’s instructions for use
- Waterless surgical hand-scrub techniques
- Surgical gowning and gloving
- Safe removal of surgical attire and other personal protective equipment
- How to prepare for a surgical procedure and the equipment for reprocessing.
After this session, you can stay on for lunch and join us for a dedicated reprocessing program. BOOK NOW.
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*This program is not intended to cover services delivered under sedation or general anaesthetic.
CPD hours: 4 clinical hours
RSVP by 2 June
Please note: Photographs may be taken at this event and may be used on the ADAVB website, social media or publications to promote ADAVB events and ADAVB membership. Please advise us if you do not wish to be photographed.
Amanda Brown has extensive experience in public and private practice, and is a highly regarded consultant in infection prevention and control.
Amanda’s qualifications are:
• Certificate in Infection Control and Sterilisation
• Certificate in Dental Nursing
• Certificate III in Sterilising Practice
• Member of ACIPC
• Member of SRACA
• Member of OSAP.