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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-743684

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Objective To investigate the impact of WHO multimodal hand hygiene improvement strategy (MHHIS) on improving hand hygiene compliance of medical staff of organ transplant ICU. Methods According to the WHO MHHIS, the hand hygiene compliance and correctness before and after intervention of the medical staff was investigated by using double covert observation method from January 2017 to December 2017. The intervention methods included strengthening education and training, improving hand-washing facilities, setting up hand hygiene reminders, adopting feedback mechanisms, and implementing the PDCA cycle. SPSS software was used to statistically analyze the data before and after the intervention. Results After the intervention, the rates of compliance and correct hand hygiene of organ transplant ICU medical personnel improved from 22.63% (86/380) and 53.49% (46/86) before intervention to 59.31% (309/521) and 79.94% (247/309) after intervention respectively (χ2=120.060, 24.566﹐P<0.01). The rates of compliance of doctors, nurses, interns, and care workers improved from 20.45% (9/44),23.53% (68/289), 21.88% (7/32), and 13.33% (2/15) to 44.83% (26/58), 61.85% (167/270), 66.94%(83/124), and 58.62%(34/58), the differences were statistically significant (χ2=6.594-84.133, P<0.05 or 0.01). The difference in the correct rate of hand hygiene between nurses and care workers was statistically significant (χ2=19.541,10.588,P<0.05), but there was no significant difference in the correct rate of hand hygiene between doctors and interns (χ2=1.353, 0.177, P>0.05). The compliance rate of hand hygiene was 15.38% (22/143), 9.90% (11/111), 27.27% (9/33), 26.97% (41/152), 18.26% (21/115), respectively, before the intervention before the patients, before the aseptic operation, after exposure to the blood body fluid, after contact with the patients, and after contact with the surrounding environment. After the intervention, they were 47.59 %(79/166), 38.46%(50/130), 65.82%(52/79), 73.04%(168/230), 61.25% (98/160), the difference was statistically significant (χ2=13.948-78.393, P<0.01 The average daily consumption per day of the department's hand-dried hand sanitizers and antibacterial soaps increased from 4.54 ml and 2.59 ml before intervention to 6.48 ml and 4.15 ml after intervention. Conclusions The WHO MHHIS can effectively improve the hand hygiene compliance of the medical personnel of organ transplant ICU.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-798151

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Objective@#To investigate the impact of WHO multimodal hand hygiene improvement strategy (MHHIS) on improving hand hygiene compliance of medical staff of organ transplant ICU.@*Methods@#According to the WHO MHHIS, the hand hygiene compliance and correctness before and after intervention of the medical staff was investigated by using double covert observation method from January 2017 to December 2017. The intervention methods included strengthening education and training, improving hand-washing facilities, setting up hand hygiene reminders, adopting feedback mechanisms, and implementing the PDCA cycle. SPSS software was used to statistically analyze the data before and after the intervention.@*Results@#After the intervention, the rates of compliance and correct hand hygiene of organ transplant ICU medical personnel improved from 22.63%(86/380) and 53.49%(46/86) before intervention to 59.31%(309/521) and 79.94%(247/309) after intervention respectively (χ2=120.060,24.566, P<0.01). The rates of compliance of doctors, nurses, interns, and care workers improved from20.45%(9/44),23.53%(68/289), 21.88%(7/32), and 13.33%(2/15) to 44.83%(26/58), 61.85%(167/270), 66.94%(83/124), and 58.62%(34/58), the differences were statistically significant (χ2=6.594-84.133, P<0.05 or 0.01). The difference in the correct rate of hand hygiene between nurses and care workers was statistically significant (χ2=19.541,10.588,P<0.05), but there was no significant difference in the correct rate of hand hygiene between doctors and interns (χ2=1.353, 0.177, P>0.05). The compliance rate of hand hygiene was 15.38%(22/143), 9.90%(11/111), 27.27%(9/33), 26.97%(41/152), 18.26%(21/115), respectively, before the intervention before the patients, before the aseptic operation, after exposure to the blood body fluid, after contact with the patients, and after contact with the surrounding environment. After the intervention, they were 47.59%(79/166), 38.46%(50/130), 65.82%(52/79), 73.04%(168/230), 61.25%(98/160), the difference was statistically significant (χ2=13.948-78.393, P<0.01 The average daily consumption per day of the department's hand-dried hand sanitizers and antibacterial soaps increased from 4.54 ml and 2.59 ml before intervention to 6.48 ml and 4.15 ml after intervention.@*Conclusions@#The WHO MHHIS can effectively improve the hand hygiene compliance of the medical personnel of organ transplant ICU.

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