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PAPR - Airborne – PPE

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PAPR- Putting on and taking off Airborne (terminal and extended) Coveralls  AUG2020.pdfPAPR- Putting on and taking off Airborne (terminal and extended) Coveralls AUG2020.pdf

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PAPR - Airborne – PPE

Description

Contact precautions with eyewear (ACE) Printable instructions. From PAPR (ACE) Emergency Department Printable PDFs. These PDF's depict the Emergency Department use of PAPR for protection against COVID-19 that is currently in use at Emory University. This configuration may also be useful outside of the ED context. Created by Emory's Visual Medical Education team.

Putting ON PPE, Extended Wear, Taking OFF PPE

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Date

2020-08-17

Objectives

Donning PAPR system PPE for airborne contact.

Doffing PAPR system PPE for airborne contact in room.

Doffing PAPR system PPE for airborne contact, outside room, for extended wear.

Terminal Doffing PAPR system PPE for airborne contact when the next patient is NOT COVID-19 positive.

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Emory VME