ESIC NURSING OFFICER (STAFF NURSE) JOBS RECRUITMENT AND SALARY

ESIC NURSING OFFICER (STAFF NURSE) JOBS RECRUITMENT AND SALARY ESIC Staff Nurse earns average 43,500 INR per Month. According to 7th Pay commission, the staff nurse with Pay Level (7) will get INR 44,900 to INR 1, 42,400 per Month. Staff Nurse comes under Pay Band PB-2 earns INR 9300 to 34800 INR per month. …

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INDIAN MILITARY NURSING SERVICE – BSC COURSE

INDIAN MILITARY NURSING SERVICE – BSC COURSE INFORMATION AND MNS SALARY Indian Military Nursing Service is considered as a prestigious work to serve the nation. Indian military offers 4 years B.Sc., Nursing course for female candidates in India. The nursing course is conducted in College of Nursing of Armed Forces Medical Services. INDIAN MILITARY NURSING …

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ISOLATION TECHNIQUE / BARRIER NURSING

DEFINITION Isolation is the separation of infected person from the non-infected person for the period of communicability under conditions which will prevent the transmission of infection to others Isolation technique means observing all those practices that are designed to prevent the transmission of specific pathogens from one person to another directly or indirectly. It is …

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CROSS INFECTION

CROSS INFECTION Methods of Transmission of Cross Infection Direct Contact: the organisms can be transmitted directly from person to person through droplet infection, infected hands, sexual contact, etc., Indirect Contact: contact with the secretions and excretions of the infected person through fomites (instruments and utensils), through contaminated food and water, through insects, through dust and …

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ASEPSIS

ASEPSIS The practice of asepsis is designed to reduce the number of microorganisms present or reduce the risk of transmission from one person to another. It is also known as clean technique Medical asepsis is the term used to describe the technique of preventing the transfer of disease by stopping the infection at its source …

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HANDWASHING

HANDWASHING Hand washing involves both mechanical and chemical action. Careful washing of the hands reduces the number of bacteria Hand washing is the single most important means of preventing the transmission of infectious agents. Careful washing of hands using soap, water and nail brush reduces the number of bacteria Hand washing is most important to …

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