5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Protective/Reverse Isolation
- Order for removing PPE
- Cleanup of Body Fluid Spills
- Susceptible Host
- Non-managerial employees with risk of exposure must be involved in:
- a Identification, Review, Selection.
- b 1.Gloves, 2.Gown, 3.Mask (Wash hands after removing PPE)
- c EPA-approved chemical solutions and kits.
Gloves must be worn.
Absorb material without spreading it over wider area.
- d For patients highly susceptible to infections.
- e Someone with a decreased ability to resist infection.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Present in blood and serum; sometimes saliva.
Infection primarily occurs after large or multiple exposures.
Transmitted via needle sticks, sexual contact.
- institutes special precautions in the event of outbreaks and protects patients, employees, visitors and others.
- A microbe capable of causing disease.
- Monitors and collects data on all infections occurring in an institution.
- flu like, fatigue, loss of appetite, mild fever, muscle/joint and abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting.
5 True/False Questions
Isolation Procedures → Protective/reverse isolation, Traditional isolation systems, Universal precautions (UP), Body substance isolation.
OSHA standard for BBP's requires → Use of engineering and work practice controls to prevent exposure incidents.
Availability and use of PPE.
Availability of vaccination against HBV for all at risk personnel.
2 types of infection → Communicable and Nosocomial
Shock → A microbe capable of causing disease.
Components of infection control program → Employee screening and immunization, evaluation and treatment, and surveillance.