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Of the following procedures, which one should be used for washing the perineum of a patient who has a catheter to minimize the spread of bacteria or further infection and contamination.

A Wash the patient from the meatus out.

Washing from the meatus out is the correct washing practice as it avoids further spreading of contamination.  Peroxide is not a cleanser so should not be used to wash a patient.  The other two options are cleaning in the opposite direction that they should be in.

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4 years ago

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