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Explanation

Explanation - Infection Control, Infection Control, Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI), Hand Hygiene, Videos, Ambulatory Hand Hygiene Opportunity Videos, Patient Triage and Takes Vital Signs

Focus

Hand hygiene was correctly performed before patient contact. Although the medical assistant performed hand hygiene using soap and water, they did not turn off the water with a paper towel, thus contaminating their hands again. We record this observation as “not performed” when the handwashing technique was not correct.