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Do's and don'ts for personal protective equipment

Do's and don'ts...

Do be more mindful of your behaviors when caring for patients with contact precautions. Slowing down a little bit and making sure to follow PPE protocols properly is preferable to rushing through the process, “which I think happens a lot, unfortunately,” said Dr. Krein. One way to get clinicians to be more aware of their behaviors may be videotaping them, she suggested. “It's being used in some other areas, especially in infection prevention. I think if people see themselves, for example, touching their face, maybe they'd be a little more aware the next time around,” Dr. Krein said.

Do make sure to tie the gown behind you…

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