Sterilization, Infection Control and Radiography for Dentists

Learn all about the sterilization and radiography techniques for dental professionals.

Introduction of the course This course in sterilization and disinfection of contaminated instruments is designed for all dental personnel who handle instruments in a clinical setting. The course includes a step-by-step review of proper clinical technique to be proficient in the instrument handling process during the sterilization process & radiographic techniques in dental clinic. The viewer will see and hear examples of the methods for cleaning and sterilization. Instructors: Dr. Abhinav Kathuria, MDS. Facility Credits: Gums & Braces Dental Clinic

Curriculum For This Course

The course includes sterilization in dental clinic, radio-graphics techniques and emphasis on PPE or Personal Protection Equipment for dental staff to keep proper compliance with OSHA standards

Safe and efficient health care depends on skills adopted in controlling infections in hospital settings. The key step to prevent contamination to the surgical wound and help control infection is by adopting aseptic practices

Hand washing is one of the most important infection control measure to address healthcare associated infections.

This video demonstrates the procedure of maintaining hand hygiene using soap and water.
This video demonstrate the procedure of maintaining hand hygiene using water less alcohol based hand rub.
This video demonstrates the method of performing surgical hand washing by a health care provider before performing a surgical procedure.

This part of the video on sterile gloving and gowning deals with the skill for donning sterile gloves using open, closed technique and with the help of scrubbed person.

This part of the video on sterile gloving and gowning deals with the procedure of wearing a surgical gown using three different techniques.

Personal Protective Equipment – known as 'PPE' – is used to protect health care workers while performing specific tasks that might involve them coming into contact with blood or body fluids that may contain some infectious agents (germs).

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