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5 Matching questions

  1. Common Microorganisms which require Contact Precautions :
  2. What types of diseases require airborne isolation?
  3. Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense, T.b. gambiense
  4. Contact Precautions:
  5. Rubella (German measles)/rubella virus
  1. a Protozoa; African trypanosomiasis
  2. b 1. Antibiotic Resistant Organisms (Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureu (MRSA), Extended spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL), Penicillin resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae (PRSP), Multi-drug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa (MDRP))
    2. Scabies
    3. Herpes Zoster (Shingles) localized
    4. Diarrhea, Clostrididum difficile
  3. c Spread by direct contact, droplet. Contagious 7 days before to 5 days after rash.
  4. d Disseminated herpes zoster
    Measles
    Monkeypox
    SARS
    Smallpox
    Tuberculosis
    Varicella zoster
  5. e Before entering:
    1.wash hands
    2. DON gown then gloves

    Upon entering:
    1. use disposable equipment when possible
    2. when not available clean and disinfect all equipment before removing from room

    Before leaving the patient's room:
    1. Remove gloves then gown
    2. Wash hands

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Protozoa; Dysentery: Giardiasis
  2. used to prevent the transmission of all highly communicable diseases that are spread by both, contact or airborne routes of transmission. Examples of such diseases are chickenpox and rabies

    (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 entering the room.
    (7) Articles must be discarded or wrapped before being sent to Central Supply for disinfection or sterilization.
  3. Virus; Chicken Pox (varicella), Shingles (herpes-zoster)
  4. Bacteria; Dysentery (Shigellosis)
  5. Bacteria; Meningitis, bacteremia, epiglottitis, or pneumonia

5 True/False questions

  1. Cholesterol levelHighly infectious superficial bacterial infection causing honey-colored crusted lesions (often around face). Does NOT need to be reported to health department. Can be treated with antibiotics.
    If untreated, can cause glomerulonephritis

          

  2. Droplet precautionsSSS PPP IDER MMM AN

    S = Sepsis
    S = Scarlet Fever
    S = Streptococcal Pharyngitis
    P = Paravirus B19
    P = Pneumonia
    P = Pertussis
    I = Influenza
    D = Diptheria (Pharyngeal)
    E = Epiglottitis
    R = Rubella
    M = Mumps
    M = Meningitis
    M = Mycoplasma or Meningeal Pneumonia
    AN = Adenovirus

          

  3. Airborne Contact Precautions Transporting patient:1. Patient must wear a surgical or procedure mask and a clean gown
    2. Patient must wash hands
    3. For direct contact with pt, nurse or care provider should wear a gown and gloves.
    4. Notify receiving area

          

  4. Fifth disease (erythema infectiosum)Early Adulthood (19-25)
    + Development of Loving, Sexual Relationships & Close Friendships
    (-) Fear of Relationship with others

          

  5. What are the symptoms of ricin ingestion?respiratory distress
    fever
    cough
    nausea
    chest tightness
    pulmonary edema