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  • 1 Szegedi Tudományegyetem, Szeged, Tisza Lajos krt. 60–64., 6720
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A feltételezhetően 2019 végén Kínából indult és világjárvánnyá vált koronavírus-betegség (COVID–19) az egészségügyi ellátórendszer minden szegmensét érinti világszerte, így hazánkban is. Mivel az egészségügyi személyzet számos egészségügyi ellátás során kapcsolatba kerülhet vírusfertőzöttekkel is, járvány idején elengedhetetlenül szükséges, hogy a különböző területen dolgozó hazai szakemberek is naprakész információt kapjanak a vírusról és a fertőzésnek a betegellátást befolyásoló aspektusairól, a javasolt intézkedésekről. A jelen közlemény egy irodalmi összefoglaló, melyben a szerzők a jelenleg elérhető, idevágó hivatkozásokat dolgozták fel, szem előtt tartva a klinikumi ellátás járványügyi vonatkozásait. A feldolgozott publikációk alapján kijelenthető, hogy az elsődlegesen a fej-nyak régiót érintő beavatkozások során, kiemelten a forgó eszköz használatát is igénylő intervenciók esetét, elengedhetetlenül szükséges a beavatkozáskor a helyiségben tartózkodó összes munkatárs teljes védelme, egyszer használatos teljes öltözékkel, szemüveggel és speciális maszkokkal. Ezen felszerelések cseréje és a rendelő tisztítása minden beavatkozás után meg kell, hogy történjen, és erre a teljes ellátóteamet oktatással előre fel kell készíteni. Annak érdekében, hogy megelőzhetők legyenek a kezelések alatti keresztfertőzések és a szakemberek fertőzései, elengedhetetlen a munkaegészségügyi és infekciókontroll-intézkedések szigorú betartása. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(17): 660–666.

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