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Healthcare Uses for Approach
  Approach Odor eliminator is the only odor control product that is backed by a Wound Odor Study conducted by medical professionals in a real hospital environment.

Hospital And Clinic Odor Sources by Unit:

Burn Unit
Cardiology Unit
Cerebrovascular Unit
Dermatology Unit
Diabetic Unit
Dialysis Unit
Ear, Nose and Throat Unit
Emergency Room Unit
Gastroenterology Unit
Geriatrics Unit
Hospice Unit
Medical Unit
Medical/Surgical Unit
Medical Intensive Care Unit
Nephrology Unit
Neurology Unit
Neurological Intensive Care Unit
Newborn Intensive Care Unit
New Born Nursery
Obstetrics & Gynecology Unit
Oncology Unit
Operating Room
Orthopedic Unit
Pediatric and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Physical Therapy
Recovery Room
Rehabilitation Unit
Respiratory Therapy
Surgery Unit
Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Thoracic Surgery Unit
Transplant Unit

BURN UNIT To top

The Burn Unit is one of your hospital's areas with the greatest need for odor control because of the very nature of burns. The burn itself causes odors, debriding of burns causes odors and the oozing of body secretions onto dressings and hospital linens during all stages of healing causes odors. Spraying into the air will minimize these odors as well as other odors including body odors due to decreased energy levels, drainage tubes, catheters, urinals, bedpans, etc.

CARDIOLOGY UNIT To top

Special cardiology unit odor problems include: Bed baths, bedpans, body odors, peri-care, urinals, catheters, drainage tubes, and personal hygiene problems due to decreased energy levels.

CEREBROVASCULAR UNIT (CVU) To top

The cerebrovascular unit is an intensive care unit that treats patients with brain and
circulation disorders such as strokes and head injuries. Special CVU odor problems include: Catheters, drainage tubes, dressings, suction tubes, and personal hygiene problems due to decreased mobility and disorientation.

DERMATOLOGY UNIT To top

The Dermatology unit treats patients with skin disorders such as skin cancer. Special odor problems include: Dressings, drainage tubes and personal hygiene problems due to pain.

DIABETIC UNIT To top

The diabetic unit's special odor problems include decreased circulation which requires patients to be meticulous with their personal hygiene. Their feet are of special importance because they are prone to infection. Diabetic patients also produce a high volume of urine. Catheters, urinals and bedpans are an odor problem.

DIALYSIS UNIT To top

In treating patients with kidney (renal) failure, the dialysis unit's special odor problems include: Spilled liquids, body odors, urinals and bedpans.

EAR, NOSE AND THROAT UNIT (ENT) To top

Most ENT Unit patients are having surgery. Special odor problem sources include: Drainage tubes, dressings and suction tubes.

EMERGENCY ROOM (ER) To top

Emergency Room odor problems include: Body odors, diarrhea, emesis, incontinence, urinals, and bedpans, etc.

GASTROENTEROLOGY UNIT To top

Gastroenterology Unit patients typically have disorders of the digestive tract including the esophagus, stomach, intestines, gall bladder and bile ducts. Special odor problem sources include: Catheters, ostomy appliances, diarrhea, drainage tubes,
gastrostomy tubes and NG tubes.

GERIATRICS UNIT To top

Special Geriatrics Unit odor problems include: Body odors, catheters, diapers, incontinence and peri-care.

HOSPICE UNIT To top

Hospice unit patients are usually terminally ill and are being treated with high doses of narcotic pain relievers due to the severity of the pain they endure. Special odor problem sources include: Catheters, diapers, drainage tubes, dressings, emesis and personal hygiene due to decreased energy levels.

MEDICAL UNIT To top

While Medical Unit patients typically do not require surgery, special odor problems may include: Catheters, dressings, rectal tubes, suction tubes and personal
hygiene problems due to decreased mobility, pain and confusion.

MEDICAL/SURGICAL UNIT To top

The medical/surgical unit's special odor problems include: Catheters, diarrhea, drainage tubes, dressings, suction tubes and personal hygiene problems due to decreased energy level and immobility.

MEDICAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT To top

Medical Intensive Care Unit patients are usually confined to their beds. Special odor problems include: Catheters, dressings, rectal tubes, suction tubes and personal
hygiene problems due to decreased mobility, pain and possible confusion.

NEPHROLOGY UNIT To top

Nephrology Unit odor problems include: Drainage tubes, dressings, and personal hygiene problems due to decreased energy levels.

NEUROLOGY UNIT To top

Special odor problems include: Personal hygiene problems due to decreased energy levels, pain and possible disorientation.

NEUROLOGICAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU) To top

Special odor problems include: Personal hygiene problems due to decreased energy levels, pain and possible disorientation.

NEWBORN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NBICU) To top

NBICU special odor problems include: Diapers, diarrhea, drainage tubes, dressings, and suction tubes.

NEWBORN NURSERY To top

Special care problems include: Bed baths and diapers.

OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY UNIT (OB/GYN) To top

OB/GYN special odor problem sources include: Catheters, dressings, peri-care and personal hygiene due to pain and heavy drainage.

ONCOLOGY UNIT To top

Special Oncology Unit odor problem sources include: Catheters, colostomy/ileostomy appliances, drainage tubes, dressings, NG tubes and suction tubes. Personal hygiene is also a problem due in part to chemotherapy which contributes to pain and decreased energy levels.

OPERATING ROOM To top

Special odor problems in operating areas include: Body secretions, dressings, emesis, equipment and suction tubes.

ORTHOPEDIC UNIT To top

Most Orthopedic Unit patients are confined to their beds. Special odor problems include: Casts, splints, catheters, drainage tubes, dressings and
personal hygiene problems due to immobility and pain.

PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (PICU) & PEDIATRIC UNIT To top

Special pediatric odor problems include: Diapers, drainage tubes, dressings, suction tubes and personal hygiene problems due to immaturity.

PHYSICAL THERAPY To top

Special Physical Therapy Department odor problems include: Bedpans, casts/splints, dressings, urinals, and body odors from inactivity or exertion.

RECOVERY ROOM To top

The recovery room treats patients who have just returned from surgery. Special odor problems include: Catheters, drainage tubes, dressings, emesis, NG tubes, and
suction tubes.

REHABILITATION UNIT To top

The rehab unit treats patients with life-changing illnesses such as paralysis. Special odor problems include: Casts/splints, catheters, drainage tubes, dressings and
personal hygiene problems due to immobility.

RESPIRATORY THERAPY To top

Special odor problems include: Dressings and suction tubes.

SURGERY UNIT To top

Surgery Unit patients have been treated by surgical intervention. Special odor problems include: Catheters, drainage tubes, dressings, suction tubes, and personal hygiene problems due to limited mobility and pain.

SURGICAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (SICU) To top

The surgical intensive care unit treats patients with serious illnesses being treated by surgical intervention. Special odor problems include: Special personal hygiene care due to limited mobility and pain. Catheters, drainage tubes, dressings, and suction tubes are also troublesome odor sources.

THORACIC SURGERY UNIT To top

The thoracic surgery unit treats patients with disorders of the structures and organs of the chest, especially the lungs. Special odor problems include: Catheters, drainage tubes, dressings, suction tubes and personal hygiene problems due to low energy levels and pain.

TRANSPLANT UNIT To top

The transplant unit treats patients undergoing organ replacements such as heart, liver or kidney transplants. Special odor problems include: Bedpans, catheters, dressings, suction tubes, urinals and personal hygiene problems due to low energy levels and pain.

 
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