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筹款呼吁推出以减轻面膜对皮肤的刺激ICU工作人员之间的

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RCSI已经推出了筹款呼吁旨在使防护面罩,穿重症监护人员covid-19病人提供关怀会更自在。

上诉将支持建立伤口护理套件提供 RCSI School of Nursing & Midwifery 以帮助减轻面罩皮肤过敏的发生。

如长时间防护口罩戴的结果是,很多ICU工作人员都承担面部压疮,跌打损伤和皮肤撕裂。当皮肤发生中断时,它在感染的显著风险,包括covid,19位工作人员。一旦感染被识别,工作人员已经离开重症监护病房,并放置在隔离,从而减少工作人员的可用来治疗病人的能力。

According to Professor Zena Moore, Head of RCSI’s School of Nursing & Midwifery: “We are acutely aware of the 皮肤擦伤和褥疮经历由ICU队穿着PPE为每天长时间的的结果。 Our aim is to provide Wound Care Kits 以帮助减轻面罩皮肤过敏的发生。 Each Wound Care Kit consists of a set of instructions, moisturiser, tape and wipes. These Wound Care Kits have been developed by the RCSI School of Nursing & Midwifery, as a preventative measure and we aim to capture data over 12 weeks to document the impact of the kits.

Professor Moore said: “This year has been designated by the World Health Organisation as year of the nurse and midwife. Never before has the professionalism and commitment of our nursing staff been so visible to the public. I want to thank them, and all of our frontline workers, for their selfless dedication to patient care. The RCSI School of Nursing & Midwifery stands shoulder to shoulder with you. I urge members of the public to support this important appeal. A €20 donation will provide a Wound Care Kit for one ICU staff member for one week.”

该活动旨在提高€10,000。该项目将发起Beaumont医院,都柏林,如果成功会推出其他的医院。

如果你是一个纳税人,我们也许能够在不增加成本,拓展您的礼物给你。根据税收有效捐赠方案,可以RCSI上要求的礼物,总€250以上,在45%的速度历年税收减免。

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