Research & Reviews : Journal of Medical Science and Technology

ISSN: 2319-3417

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Special Issue

Biomedical waste management during Covid-19

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

Biomedical waste management (BMW) administration in understanding the stipulated run the show was one of the dismissed viewpoints of well-being care for a long time, particularly in developing nations. BMW administration rules 2016 and the revision rules 2018 are the most recent rules from the service of environment, timberland & climate alter to control the handling of BMW exercises within the country in any case, legitimate isolation, taking care of, and transfer remained a genuine concern for wellbeing. Untreated and despicably overseen BMW may be a potential source of infection. The tireless taking care of and administration of BMW can avoid the event of hospital-acquired disease and lower the rates of infection transmission. In expansion, the untreated or the simple taking care of BMW makes a disturbance and diminishes persistent satisfaction. Proper measures should be followed for the disposal of BMW by utilizing two sacks, obligatory labeling of packs and holders as “COVID-19 waste,” standard sanitization of devoted trolleys, and partitioned record keeping of waste produced from COVID-19 segregation wards. Biomedical waste could be a genuine well-being concern. Untreated biomedical waste serves as a potential source of pathogens. The etiological specialist of the widespread is exceedingly infectious and quickly exchanges from one individual to another through different means. Due to its high transmission rate, the chance of getting an infection is determinedly high. This upgrade has empowered the arrangement of approaches for the brief centers and has emphasized the parts and obligations of the concerned people and authorities.


BMW, Handling, Covid-19, Untreated, Transmission, Infection

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