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Treas 2e PROCEDURE CHECKLIST Chapter 36: Applying a Transparent Film Dressing Check ( ü ) Yes or No PROCEDURE STEPS Yes No COMMENTS Before, during, and after the procedure, follows Principles-Based Checklist to Use with All Procedures, including: Identifies the patient according to agency policy; attends appropriately to standard precautions, hand hygiene, safety, privacy, and body mechanics. 1. Places patient in a comfortable position that provides easy access to the wound. 2. If a dressing is present, performs hand hygiene, dons clean nonsterile gloves, and removes the old dressing. 3. Disposes of the soiled dressing and gloves in the biohazard waste receptacle. 4. Dons clean gloves. 5. Cleanses the skin surrounding the wound with normal saline or a mild cleansing agent. Rinses the skin well if using a cleanser. Allows the skin to dry. 6. Applies a skin barrier around the wound before
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