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Research Article - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2021) Volume 4, Issue 6

Knowledge and Practice of Nurses Related to Interventional Patient Hygiene In Critical Care Unit

Critical care nurses are very hardworking, They always face tough time to integrate interventions, complicated technologies and apply care based on present evidence, while at the same time care for the overall person is a big challenge and morally conflicts associated with critical illness. Interventional Patient Hygiene (IPH) has been characterized as a complete, proof based intercession and estimation model for diminishing the bioburden of both patient and human services specialists. IPH parts incorporate hand cleanliness, oral consideration, skincare/antisepsis, and catheter site care. These proof based intercessions can diminish the rate of certain human services procured diseases (HAIs), including Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs). Critical care nurses are confronting difficulties to coordinate intercessions, refined advances and actualize care dependent on current proof, while all the while thinking about the entire individual by tending to the psychosocial challenges and moral clashes related with basic ailment.

Author(s): Nasira Mustafa*

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