医療施設における 消毒と滅菌のためのCDCガイドライン 2008

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本ガイドラインは「患者ケアに使用する医療器具の洗浄・消毒・滅菌」及び「環境の洗浄と消毒」についてエビデンスに基づき勧告したものです。手洗い・病院環境管理のためのガイドライン(1985)における該当部分について改訂しています。消毒・滅菌の前には有機物及び無機物の念入りな洗浄が必要であることを強調し、洗浄方法についても詳細に述べています。

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  • 医療施設における 消毒と滅菌のためのCDCガイドライン 2008

    ―内容―

    要旨
    序文
    方法
    用語の定義
    消毒および滅菌のための合理的な使用方法
    医療器材の消毒
    消毒および滅菌の有効性に影響する因子
    洗浄
    消毒
    滅菌
    シングルユース(単回使用の)医療器材の再利用
    結論
    消毒および滅菌に関するインターネット上の資料
    医療施設における消毒と滅菌に関する勧告
    実施指標
    謝辞
    用語
    図表
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