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Vijay Kumar*

Corresponding Author: Vijay Kumar*

Received: June 10dd      Accepted: June 11ddd      Published: sadasd

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  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.
  • The state of the mortuary and its equipment
  • PPE
  • Preventive prophylaxis through vaccination of staff.

In the mortuary, infections may be acquired via:

  • Percutaneous inoculation
  • Skin contamination without inoculation
  • Ingestion
  • Inhalation
  • Contamination of mucosal surfaces (eye, mouth, nose).

To perform autopsies safely and satisfactorily, it is essential that the following are in place:

  • Universal standard precautions
  • Routine risk assessment
  • Knowledge of the diseases one may encounter
  • SOPs for managing specific high-risk infectious autopsies.

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