The Infection Control Hospital Committee is made up of 2 performance levels, consultants and interpreters. The consultants will be represented by the services: doctors, nurses, pharmacy and microbiology, the executioners will be members, at least 2 technicians of the health sector or at the first level for every 200 beds or fraction of this number with the loading time of 6 hours for the nurse and 4 hours for other professionals, and 1 of the members must be executors, a nurse (ARAÚJO 2009).
Therefore, the present work aimed to analyze the functionality of a control in the prevention and control of hospital infections in intensive care units.
The data were collected by means of bibliographic study, being searched for 35 articles in the period from 2005 to 2014 in the following databases: SCIELO (Electronic Scientific Library) and Lilac (Latin American and Caribbean literature on Health Sciences), University Library of Amazon for research was used to check for keyword, CCIH and infections. and hate, used 22 most relevant information, this research is quantitative in character.
- RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
- CONCEPT OF CLINICAL AUDIT
The internal audit Institute of Brazil (AUDIBRA rules, 2011) states that internal audit is an independent evaluation, founded within the research organization and to judge its activity as a service to this organization.
The same Institute clearly shows that from a legal point of view it is a private accounting audit function.
An auditing firm that is willing, in the social contract, to make clear this imputation on the object of the company, will be forced to have a partner-accountant and record in the Regional Accounting Council (CRC).
The clinical audit is defined as the set of activities and actions of monitoring
Evaluation and control of the processes and procedures adopted, as well as the service provided, aiming at their best physical shape and quality, detecting and remedying them any distortion and proposing measures for best performance and high resolution. (CIAMPONE; KURCGANT, 2004).
The definition of health audit, according to 64.3% of the authors, is relative to the qualitative analysis of assistance, which they confirm with the premise of the professional’s work, which is to offer your customer service of good quality (SCARPARO , 2008).
To measure the effectiveness and efficiency of administrative and assistance processes, control procedures can be used. The audit is exposed, discussed and given as one of the effective elements of quality management.
- Through it, it is possible to detect problems, analyze them and find the causes that operate on it (Motta; LEAO; ZAGATTO, 2005).
- A good auditor must be an honorable negotiator in various situations, expressing the dominance of her business.
Finally, it should be ethical, respecting their professional code and impartial regulatory applications, executing their work judiciously, honestly and objectively, maintaining absolute confidentiality of the confidential information that they become aware of (CHEBLI, 2007).