In this video we demonstrate the steps involved when donning Biological PPE for Ebola patient care as used by the Nebraska Biocontainment Patient Care Unit.
This video focuses on the use of a Suit and PAPR as Personal Protective Equipment.
The donning process is a step-by-step process that ensures good infection control and safety.
All steps should be done systematically and in the correct order.
A donning partner should assure all equipment is properly applied.
++ Nebraska Biocontainment Patient Care Unit ++
++ About UNMC’s HEROES Project ++
HEROES – Healthcare and Emergency Responder Organization Education through Simulation – provides Emergency Preparedness education and training for healthcare providers and students across the state of Nebraska.
We have an interdisciplinary approach to preparedness for Biological, Chemical, Radiological and Natural disaster emergencies. Spearheaded by the UNMC College of Nursing, we collaborate with the College of Medicine, School of Allied Health Professions and the Center for Preparedness Education (http://www.preped.org).
The project’s goal is to simulate potential emergency and public health threats for students and practicing health professionals. Simulation is a safe place to reduce anxiety, promote learning and maintain competence in emergency response skills.
Funded through a University of Nebraska programs of Excellence Grant, HEROES provides education through it’s website – http://www.unmcheroes.org – and Mobile Simulation Unit.
Since 2005 the HEROES project has traveled more than 45,000 miles to work with healthcare and emergency response providers and educators across the state.
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