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5 Matching questions

  1. Sodium (Na)
  2. Leshmania sp.
  3. HCO3
  4. Infectious mononucleosis
  5. What are the characteristics of the invasive phase of infection?
  1. a Standard precautions
  2. b 135-145 critical <120 or >160
  3. c Exhibiting specific symptoms of disease
  4. d 22-26
  5. e Protozoa; Leshmaniasis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1.5 - 2.5 mEq/L ( toxic level: 4.8 - 9.6 mEq/L)
  2. used to prevent contact between potentially pathogenic microorganisms and uninfected persons who have seriously impaired resistance. Patients with certain diseases, such as leukemia, who are on certain therapeutic regimens are significantly more susceptible to infections

    (1) Visitors must report to the nurses' station before entering the room.
    (2) Door must be kept closed.
    (3) Gowns must be worn by all persons entering the room.
    (4) Masks must be worn by all persons entering the room.
    (5) Hands must be washed on entering and leaving the room.
    (6) Gloves must be worn by all persons having direct contact with the patient.
    (7) Articles must be handled according to local SOP.
  3. Spread by direct contact, droplet. Contagious 7 days before to 5 days after rash.
  4. Droplet precautions
  5. Should not be given to pts who are immunosuppressed

5 True/False questions

  1. Wound and skin precautions are:
    Rules:
    used to prevent the spread of microorganisms found in infected wounds (including burns and open sores) and contact with wounds and heavily contaminated articles. Conditions requiring these precautions include infected burns, infected wounds, and infections with large amounts of purulent discharge. Diseases that may require wound and skin precautions include herpes, impetigo, and ringworm.

    (1) Visitors must report to the nurses' station before entering the room.
    (2) Gowns must be worn by all persons having direct contact with the infected wound.
    (3) Masks are not necessary except during dressing changes.
    (4) Gloves must be worn by all persons having direct contact with the infected area.
    (5) Special precautions are necessary for instruments, dressings, and linens.
    CAUTION: Only hospital personnel who have been vaccinated with poliomyelitis vaccine should have direct contact with patients who have active poliomyelitis.

          

  2. Naegleria fowleriBacteria; Q Fever

          

  3. How is the plague spread?Large doses of charcoal
    Gastric lavage
    Aggressive fluid and electrolyte replacement

          

  4. Legionnaires' diseaseFrom legionella pneumophila, which resides in warm, stagnant water like hot water tanks. It's spread by an aerosolized route, like showers and whirlpools.

          

  5. Glucose22-26