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Audit de pratiques : respect des règles d’hygiène lors du sondage urinaire évacuateur en salle de naissance à l’HCE de Grenoble

Abstract : Objectives: first, evaluate good hygiene practices during urinary catheterization on the maternity ward at the CHU in Grenoble. Then, assess differences between midwife and student midwife practices. Finally, update the current protocol. Material and Methods: descriptive, prospective, transversal and monocentric clinical audit, via the observation of midwives and student midwives. The nursing staff were not aware of the subject of the experiment. Results: hand hygiene was evaluated at 51%; hand rub wasn’t properly executed. 81% of the staff wore masks during the procedure. Vulval antisepsis was done properly by 52% of staff. 77% of the midwives did not respect the indicated disposal instructions. Conclusion: the results of the study are really similar to what can be found in scientific publications. There are relevant differences between midwife and student midwife hygiene practices. Thanks to these results and to the feedback from nursing staff, a protocol update has been developed.
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Léa Monet. Audit de pratiques : respect des règles d’hygiène lors du sondage urinaire évacuateur en salle de naissance à l’HCE de Grenoble. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2016. ⟨dumas-01370524⟩

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