Reply To: High Touch Surface Cleaning

  • Kelly Horn

    Member
    February 6, 2020 at 5:43 pm

    We use the PDI Sani-cloths as well and we have them mounted in the room with a sign that says “not for use on skin”.  It has helped tremendously to have them in each room and accessible at change of shift.  We try to do the wipe down of high touch areas during bedside report to keep each other accountable for doing it.  We are now at 324 days with no reportable CLABSI.  (We had an MBI CLABSI)

     

    Kelly Horn MSN, RN, CPON

    Nursing Professional Development Specialist

    Clinical Nurse Supervisor
    4W/5W Medical Surgical Unit

    McLane Children’s Medical Center

    Baylor Scott & White Health
    1901 SW HK Dodgen Loop | Temple, TX 76502

    254-935-4416 Office | 254-718-7722 Cell

     


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    What are you using Chris exactly?? Extra points for a picture 🙂

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