A Detailed Instructional Process for Donning and Doffing Level C Personal Protective Equipment in a Healthcare Setting

      Use of Level C personal protective equipment is an uncommon practice in the routine provision of nursing care. The Nebraska Biocontainment Unit (NBU) developed a procedure to instruct healthcare professionals in the use of Level C personal protective equipment for the care of a highly infectious patient. The complexity of the procedure necessitated the development of a step- by- step picture guided poster to educate staff in the proper sequencing and use of the equipment.
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