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|MARY WASHINGTON HOSPITAL, INC||1001 SAM PERRY BOULEVARD FREDERICKSBURG, VA 22401||Jan. 9, 2014|
|VIOLATION: INFECTION CONTROL OFFICER(S)||Tag No: A0748|
|**NOTE- TERMS IN BRACKETS HAVE BEEN EDITED TO PROTECT CONFIDENTIALITY**
Based on observations, interview, and document review the offsite emergency room failed to provide a sanitary environment.
The findings included:
1. Three gallon cleaning solution bottles were observed in the dirty utility room stored under the sink in the off site emergency room on [DATE]. Beneath the sink there was no enclosure. Two additional thirty two (32) fluid ounce spray bottles of Pre-Klenz were stored to the right of the sink when facing the sink. These two bottles were found on top of red containers. Staff #7 indicated all the cleaning solutions were used for pre wash for dirty instruments prior to being sent to central supply. Staff #5 and Staff #7 were present during the review and findings.
2. The code cart check list was reviewed on January 8, 2014 at approximately 11:15 am . Documentation on the checklist dated October 2013 showed the Illinois Sternal/Illiac Aspiration Needles/ Monoject Syringe (used for bone marrow aspiration) expired 08/2013. Documentation on the checklist indicated the Illinois Sternal/Illiac Aspiration Needle/Monoject Syringe was replaced on 10/04/2013. Staff #7 was present during the review and the findings.