Key Hospital Departments Hospital Sensation Checklist Hospital Infection in Laminar Flow Operating Room Management checklist I nspection time: year, month and day Projects and Requirements Full Deductio marks n 100 1. Hospital Infection Management in Departments A. The quality control of nosocomial infection is recorded monthly, with connotations and rectification records. B. Self-examination of nosocomial sensation, disinfection of surgical hands and record of rectification. 2. Architectural Layout and Management A. The layout and process are reasonable, and the clean areas are separated. B. Perfect rules and regulations, work flow, operation norms and post responsibilities of personnel. 3. Training on knowledge of nosocomial infection prevention and infectious disease prevention and control 10 10 5 Projects and Requirements Full Deductio marks n 100 More than 50% of the general practitioners have participated in relevant training in the hospital. 4. Assessment of knowledge related to nosocomial infection(Answers or questions) 5. Surgical hand disinfection up to standard 6. Monitoring of Purification Quality and Disinfection and Sterilization Effect A. Biological monitoring and recording of the effect of static air purification in clean operating rooms at all levels of operation Department every month; monitoring of dust particles in clean operating department every six months to monitor the cleanliness of filters at all levels and keep cleaning records; monitoring and recording of positive and negative pressure in clean operating department every six months. B. Regular monitoring of material tables, hands and disinfectants, analysis, and redisinfection monitoring of unqualified persons. 7. Disinfection, isolation and aseptic operation A. Oxygen humidifying bottle system and anaesthetic substances in contact with patients should be disinfected one by one, sterilized at the end of the use, and kept dry. B. The wetting liquid should be sterile distilled water. C. Disinfectant barrels in use such as alcohol, iodophor and chlorine-containing disinfectants should be covered. D. Master the preparation concentration and replacement time of common disinfectants. 5 10 10 10 Projects and Requirements Full Deductio marks n 100 E. Medical and nursing personnel strictly carry out aseptic technical operation. 8. Management of disposable sterile medical supplies A. Disposable medical instruments and instruments shall not be reused. B. The disposable injector (infusion, blood transfusion) was initially destroyed by 100%. C. Disposable medical articles are noninvalid, damaged, leaky and unclean. D. Medical waste should be collected according to standard classification. 9. Operating room management A. Surgery for patients with infectious diseases should be performed in isolated operating rooms. After the operation, the environment, articles and instruments in the operating room should be disinfected. B. Personnel entering the operating room shall strictly change the special working clothes, shoes and hats, and masks for the operating room in accordance with the regulations. Medical personnel who wear sterile operating clothes shall be restricted to activities in sterile areas. C. Sterile articles should be put into sterile cabinet according to the sterilization date, and be re-sterilized after expiration. D, iodophor, alcohol, glutaraldehyde containers and sterile tanks are sterilized on time, and the signs of sterilization, 10 10 Projects and Requirements Full Deductio marks n 100 replacement, opening time and product name concentration are clear. 10. Environmental hygiene management A. Surfaces of walls, floors, facilities and instruments in operating rooms should be cleaned and disinfected by wet wiping methods before and after operation every day. The wiping height of wall surfaces should be 2-2.5M. B. Cleaning and disinfecting articles in different areas and operating rooms should be used separately; mop should be used separately, marked clearly, cleaned separately, hung to dry and disinfected regularly. 11. Occupational Exposure Management A. Staff members are aware of occupational protection measures, regular physical examination and vaccination with antibodies. B. Be equipped with adequate and correct protective equipment. 10 10 Projects and Requirements Full Deductio marks n 100 Feedback and rectification: Feeling of hospital in supply room Management Checklist Inspection D

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