SUR 111 LAB #3. Establishing the Sterile Field. Skill Assessments. 12-2 Opening Back Table Opening small wrapped item on clean surface Opening small wrapped item onto the sterile field Opening peel packs Opening instrument container system 12-1 Surgical Hand Scrub.
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Establishing the Sterile Field
You will perform 30 strokes to your nails
You will perform 10 strokes to each plane of your fingers (4 planes)
You will perform 10 strokes to each of your web spaces as you progress to each finger
You will perform 10 strokes to each of the four planes of your hand
Your arm is divided into three sections
Each section has four planes or more
You will perform 10 strokes to each plane of your arm beginning at your lower forearm, proceeding to your upper forearm and ending with your lower upper arm
STOP at 2”above your elbows
Please measure at home so you know how far this is
Not as far as you thinkCounted Brush Stroke
Switch hands and apply 30 strokes to the other hand
Begin with thumb, apply ten strokes to lateral side and progress to each of the four planes, web space between index finger and thumb, moving to index finger, etc.
Ten strokes to hand’s four planes
Move to lower forearm, apply ten strokes to each of the four planes
Move to upper forearm, apply ten strokes to each of the four planes
Move to lower upper arm, apply ten strokes to each of the four or more planes
Stop at 2” above elbow
DO NOT TOUCH your scrub sleeves
KEEP YOUR fingers up, arms away from your body and hands in front of your face
AVOID touching spigot or sink
Proceed to other hand beginning with fingers and progress in same manner describedCounted Brush Stroke