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Explanation

Explanation - Infection Control, Infection Control, Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI), Hand Hygiene, Videos, Inpatient Hand Hygiene Opportunity Videos, Respiratory Therapist Entering an Enhanced Contact Isolation Room

Focus

Hand hygiene was correctly performed by the respiratory therapist using alcohol gel prior to donning a gown and gloves and entry into an enhanced contact isolation room. For enhanced contact isolation rooms, it is appropriate to perform hand hygiene upon room entry by using alcohol gel or soap and water. For exit from and enhanced contact isolation room, hand hygiene should be performed using soap and water.