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Putting On PPE (ACE)

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EXTENDED WEAR PPE ACE Reusable Gown Single Glove AUG2020.pdfEXTENDED WEAR PPE ACE Reusable Gown Single Glove AUG2020.pdf

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Conservation strategies:

This resource contains recommendations facilitating conservation of equipment and supplies during contingency (expected shortages) and crisis (known shortages) capacities and should not be applied as guidance when conventional capacities are available.

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Putting On PPE (ACE)

Description

COVID-19 Unit Resources: COVID-19 Unit - COVID-19 ACE Printable PDFs (RE-USE GOWN).

RE-USE GOWN, SINGLE Gloves - COVID-19 Unit - COVID-19 ACE Printable PDFs.

Putting ON PPE, Extended Wear, Taking OFF PPE

This combined PDF reflects the current supply shortage in which N95 masks and face shields and gowns may be conserved and reused. Created by Emory's Visual Medical Education team.

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Date

2020-08-28

Objectives

Use these instructions for donning, or putting on your PPE, if you are caring for a COVID-19 positive patient next and are reusing the mask, faceshield, and gown.

Print and hang "Inside" page up inside the COVID-19 patient rooms near the bin where reusable gowns are going. Two options (page 2 or 4 of this pdf), based on COVID-19 status of next patient.

Post "Outside" outside COVID-19 patient rooms, use to doff. Two options, if your next patient is COVID-19 positive (page 3 of this pdf) and if your next patient COVID-19 status is negative or uncertain (page 5 of this pdf).

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Emory VME