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Professional Contagions in Midwifery Care

By Kateřina KAFKOVÁ


Professional diseases are diseases, acquired in the exercise of the profession. Damage to health at work, and is it as an accident at work, occupational disease or risk of an occupational disease (1). Professional diseases are diseases arising from adverse effects, especially biological or other harmful influences. Professional infectious disease is a disease that results from exposure to biological agents. The originator of the disease to humans is a portable and professional disease (33). The theoretical part deals with describing the professional diseases in connection with the activities of a midwife, further describing the types of diseases and prevention, such as vaccination and barrier nursing care. The research part of this work addressed the survey views, a description of the procedures and their own experience of midwives. The group consisted of six midwives working in various departments of the obstetrics Department of obstetrics at the hospital-Jablonec nad Nisou, p.o. Another part of the research describes the observation of midwives. Before processing this Bachelor's thesis were laid down three goals. The first goal was to find out whether a midwife shall comply with the principles of a barrier to care. The second objective was to identify which diseases are no longer a midwife. The third objective was to determine whether the midwife know the documentation associated with the reporting of incidents

Topics: profesionální nákazy; mimořádná událost; barrier care; midwife; porodní asistentka; bariérová ošetřovatelská péče; professional diseases; reporting of emergencies
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:252857
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