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Bodily fluids that transmit bloodborne illness (besides blood)Semen, Saliva, Urine, Amniotic, Peritoneal, CerebrospinalPersonal Protective Equipment: PPEGloves, Face mask, Face shield, Goggles, Fluid- resistant gownsUniversal PrecautionsProcesses that we use to protect ourselves and others from exposure to any pathogen, but more importantly from a bloodborne pathogenHIVSpread via bloodborne pathogensTBSpread via droplet transmissionScabiesSpread via contact transmissionNewborn Well Baby ExamTPR, weight, length, head circumference4 year old Well Baby ExamTPR, BP, weight, height, head circumferenceVitals for patient who fainted 24 hrs ago?BP laying down and standing, P, R, EKGPatient lying flat on his back, face upSupinePatient fainted in the exam roomSims'Patient laying on their stomachPronePatient sitting uprightFowler'sGynecology exam positionDorsal RecumbentInstrument to examine EarsOtoscopeInstrument to Put In SuturesHemostat forceps and suture needlesOphthalmoscopes are used for Ears T/FFalse, EyesA curette is used to put in stitches T/FFalseThe 3 Checks SystemRetrieval of Medication, Before Preparation of Dose, After PreparationAlways verify the 3 Checks with ..The physician's written orderThe 6 Rights of Med AdminRight Patient Right Dose Right Medication Right Route Right Time Right DocumentationVIS FormVaccine Info Statement, shows the risks and benefits of a vaccineVIS are required byFederal LawA BP cuff that is too small causes the reading to beInaccurately high3 Critical Factors for Accurate BPCorrect cuff size, Correct cuff placement, Correct patient body positioningFactors that cause BP to be temporarily highEmotional State or Pain Level Eating, Drinking, or Smoking Drugs or Alcohol Not resting 3-5 mins Body Temp or Full Bladder1 teaspoon =5 ml1/2 gram =500 milligramsMilligrams are equivalent to milliliters. T/FTrueThere are 3 teaspoons in 1 milliliter. T/FFalse4 Major Injection SitesDeltoid Vastus Lateralis Dorsogluteal VentroglutealYou can find the Deltoid byLocating the Acromion ProcessVentroglutealOutside of HipDorsoglutealUpper Outer Quadrant of the ButtVastus LateralisLocate the greater trochanterCollar BoneClavicleKneePatellaFingerPhalangesThigh BoneFemurNeckCervicalDeltoid SiteClavicle/ Acromion ProcessThe Forearm siteTB testSubcutaneous/ SQ45 degreesIntramuscular/ IM90 degreesIntradermal/ ID10-15 degreesLayers of skinEpidermis Dermis Subcutaneous MuscleCABCompressions Airway BreathingAEDs should not be used onInfants to children <8 yrsAfter each compressionAllow for recoilClassic symptoms of a Heart AttackChest pain/ pressure, pain/ tingling in the left arm, back pain, pain in jaw, shortness of breath, sick feeling, cardiac arrestAdvance Beneficiary NoticeRequired by Federal Law For patient with Medicare as their primary insurance Ensures patients are aware that they may be responsible for charges of services not covered by MedicareVIS are written by theCDCEKG anatomical landmarksClavicle, sternum, ribs, midclavicular line, axilla, arms, legsEKGs can showHeart disease, arrhythmia, heart failure, cardiomyopathy, congenital heart defects, pericarditisCVACerebrovascular Accident, StrokeMIMyocardial infarction, Heart Attack