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筹款呼吁启动,以减轻ICU工作人员之间的面膜皮肤刺激

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RCSI推出了旨在使防护面具的筹款吸引力更舒适地为重症监护人员提供护理,为Covid-19患者提供护理。

上诉将支持提供所创建的伤口护理套件 RCSI School of Nursing & Midwifery 帮助减轻面膜皮肤刺激的发生。

由于长时间穿着保护面罩,许多ICU工作人员都是面部压力溃疡,瘀伤和皮肤撕裂。当发生皮肤中的休息时,它会使员工以大量感染风险,包括Covid-19。一旦确定了感染,工作人员必须离开ICU并按照检疫,从而降低可用于治疗患者的工作人员的能力。

According to Professor Zena Moore, Head of RCSI’s School of Nursing & Midwifery: “We are acutely aware of the ICU队伍经历的皮肤擦伤和压力溃疡是每天持续长时间的PPE。 Our aim is to provide Wound Care Kits 帮助减轻面膜皮肤刺激的发生。 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.”

竞选活动旨在提高10,000欧元。该项目将在博蒙特医院,都柏林发起,如果成功,将向其他医院推出。

如果您是纳税人,我们可能能够以额外的费用为您的礼物。根据税收有效的计划,RCSI可以在历报上索取税收减免,以45%的日历年内总计250欧元或更多。

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