Malpractice In Health Care

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1.Adhering to aseptic techniques Some nurses do not follow aseptic techniques when they are providing care for the patients with hospital acquired infections. For example, they do not wear gloves while preparing and doing procedures so that will increase the risk of transmission of bacteria from the nurses to the patients. 2. Hand hygiene lack of practice The ministry of health assures that the workers of health care have enough knowledge about the most important mean of transmission of infection which is the hands during providing patients care. However, there are several reasons that make healthcare workers break the rules and result in malpractice. Some of them are when the individual has skin sensitivity. In addition, when there is workload,…show more content…
The urinary catheter prompts bacterial colonization, repetitive and constant disease bladder stones, septicemia, harm to the kidneys bladder and urethra and advancement of anti-toxin protection. CAUTI fundamentally happens due to the non-sterile systems took after by the medical attendants amid the addition furthermore, upkeep of indwelling catheter. The prevention of catheter association infection could stop if unnecessary catheterization will be avoided. There is an inappropriate using of catheter insertions for the incontinence patient even though can void the urine voluntarily for the purpose of diagnostic test. In order to reduce the catheter associated urinary tract infections, it should remove the unnecessary catheter. The main point is the importance of using aseptic techniques, hand hygiene and sterile equipment before start doing the procedure of inserting the…show more content…
Cost and burden to health care system and hospitalization period Wounds that do not heal after 3 month or more are called complex wounds. The complex wound are burden for healthcare providers, increase stress of patients and caregivers, economic loss and reduce the quality of life of patients. As study shows that $10 billion of United states spent in treating the complex wounds. Examples of complex wound are, wound resulting from chronic disease(diabetes), pressure ulcer and non-healing surgical wound. Moreover, venous ulcer and diabetic ulcer have higher cost effectiveness. Most complex wound do not heal because of less practice in using of aseptic techniques as a result the wounds become complex and get infection easily.2.5 million Hospital-acquired infection that occur every year in the United State, These infections are causing significant losses, which are 90000 deaths of patients and financial costs exceeded $10 billion every year. Deaths because of HAIs are connected with malpractice of health care workers especially poor hand hygiene. Errors in improper intravenous drug preparation under inadequate aseptic technique, increase rate of contamination by 0% - 92.7% which is very high that become harming burden and higher cost on health care system as they have to treat the secondary transmitted

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