LUCIAN LAURENTIU INDREI, GHEORGHE RAFTU, MIHAELA DEBITA, IRINA ESANU THE ROLE OF CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF THE HYGIENIC AND SANITARY CONDITIONS FROM MEDICAL PRACTICES
The individual medical practice is the form of practicing the profession of physician within which the attending physician is acting alone or together with other physicians and other categories of authorized medical personnel; it has a certificate of registration in the Sole register of medical practices, issued by the Public Health Authority, according to the legal provisions in force; it has a legal status from which it appears that its object of activity is the provision of medical services. The medical practice is established at the request of the attending physician or of the associate physicians of the medical civil society. The act of incorporation of the medical practice or of the medical civil society is the certificate of registration with the Sole register of medical practices. Due to the importance of observing the hygienic and sanitary conditions in the provision of quality dental care the hygienic-sanitary status was assessed in the provision of hygienic sanitary assistance. Given the importance of observing the hygienic and sanitary conditions in providing quality medical care, the hygiene and sanitary condition of 29 medical practices was assessed using an investigation checklist adapted according to the control checklist for medical practices created by the Directorate of Control within the County Public Health Department. Disposal of waste resulting from the medical activity is done in accordance with the regulations in force regarding this category of waste. In the final disinfection (BK eliminators), disinfectants based on formaldehyde may be used; it is preferable to use other disinfectants which the manufacturer recommends as such.
Keywords: medical practice, hygienic-sanitary conditions, life-long medical education