Yin Chao doctor didn't wear gloves and rolled the condom with bare hands. I went for examination that afternoon. There were four people in front of me in my 60s. No one behind me was my turn to go in. The doctor was looking through a lot of documents and reports. I lay down. She was still turning over for a while and stopped to take the condom. She didn't wear gloves in the whole process from opening the coupling agent on the bag to rolling the probe on the condom. Of course, she didn't wash her hands. When she was ready to stretch in for examination, she stopped to wear a glove. Today is a week after the incident. My scheduled operation was stopped. The surgeon found out that there were many leucorrhea pus cells. The appointment date is overcast. So what other items do I need to check?
Combined with what you said, if the doctor doesn't change his gloves, vaginal B-ultrasound directly does increase the possibility of infection. If there are many leucorrhea in the following secretions recently, see a doctor for gynecological examination, test the routine of leucorrhea, including the examination of special pathogens when necessary, identify the pathogens of infection and carry out targeted treatment.
Hello, if there is inflammation or acute inflammation attack, surgery can not be performed. The doctor will put on the condom after the operation. It protects itself and others.
Like this problem, that is to say, when doing Yin ultrasound, doctors also need to pay attention to hygiene. Don't intervene outside the condom. In that case, it may increase the probability of infection. In addition, if leucorrhea increases, you need to do a secretion test to see if there is inflammation.