Study on Hospital Surface Disinfection: Need, Gaps, Challenges and Management for “Basin and Mop” Method

Introduction: The patient’s environment could be a source of infection for both the patient and the health-care staff. Cleaning the medical environment on a regular basis is important for reducing the risk of hospital-acquired infections. As a result, it’s important to clean the patient’s environment on a regular basis using correct techniques.

The disinfection protocol differs a lot from hospital to hospital, but there are a few things that hospital policymakers can keep in mind.

Methodology: There is an increased risk of errors in hospitals where disinfection work is often delegated to hospital attendants who are unfamiliar with infection control practises. In hospital settings, there are a few common errors that must be identified and corrected. The person doing the disinfection should pay particular attention to the infection control aspect.

As a result of this effort, the management role, common errors, and mop handling technique during chemical disinfection of hospital surfaces using the triple basin method have been highlighted.

Conclusion: The current article takes a realistic approach to highlighting the difficulties encountered during hospital surface disinfection, the causes for these challenges, and how they are managed. The improved disinfection of hospital surfaces can be ensured by a routine and systematic examination of procedure-related challenges.

Author (s) Details

Kulbeer Kaur
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, India

Pankaj Arora
Department of Hospital Administration, PGIMER, Chandigarh, India

Manisha Biswal
Department of Medical Microbiology, PGIMER, Chandigarh, India

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