Make-up work Module B

Make-up work
Module B
Place the correct letter beside the matching number:
1. HAI
a. an animal or a person
3. Sterilized
4. Contact Precautions
b. removing or destroying pathogens and preventing them from
spreading from one person or place to another person or place
c. requires oxygen to survive
d. healthcare-associated infection
5. Standard Precautions
e. contagious GI illness
6. Droplet Precautions
f. chain of infection that makes a person sick
7. Airborne Precautions
g. can transmit pathogens to another person
8. Medical Asepsis
h. absent of pathogens and non-pathogens
9. Systemic Infection
i. precautions designed to be used for all patients to decrease the
risk of spreading a disease
10. Carrier
j. microorganism that will not cause illness, infection, or disease
11. The Infectious Agent
k. free of pathogens
2. Disinfected
12. The Portal of Exit
13. The Portal of Entry
14. Mode of Transmission
l. precautions that prevent the spread of harmful germs by direct
m. precautions that prevent the harmful spread of germs by the air
(3 feet)
n. precautions that prevent the harmful spread of germs in the air
at a distance
15. Aerobic
o. infections that affects an entire body
16. Anaerobic
p. anyway a harmful germ escapes the reservoir
17. Reservoir
q. a body opening that allows harmful germs to enter
18. Non-pathogen
r. how harmful germs travel
19. Norovirus
s. does not need oxygen to survive
20. Host
t. place where harmful germs live and grow
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21. Which of the following statements are true about the Norovirus (circle all that apply):
a. Dehydration can be a problem
b. Most people get well within 7 days, but are contagious until at least 14 days after
vomiting and diarrhea cease.
c. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers are not as effective against the norovirus.
d. Follow Standard Precautions and Transmission-Based Precautions.
e. Norovirus is an upper respiratory infection which settles in the nose
22. What is the number one mode of transmission? ____________________
23. Which are part of the Nurse aide’s role in standard precaution (circle all that apply):
a. Keep linen from uniform
b. Clean from cleanest to dirtiest.
c. Must follow to protect self, co-workers, and residents
d. Must use gown, mask and gloves always
e. Must be used for every resident every time
f. Never give a resident a hug
24. What are the requirements for microorganism to grow?
25. What is hepatitis?
26. How long can the Hepatitis B virus live outside the body on equipment?
27. What PPE must be worn when a resident is in:
Contact isolation? ____________________________________________________
Droplet isolation? ____________________________________________________
Airborne isolation? ___________________________________________________
28. How is HIV transmitted from person to person? ___________________________________
29. List 6 signs and symptoms of a systemic infection
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30. List 4 signs and symptoms of a bladder infection (cystitis).
31. The following are synonyms for medical asepsis (mark all that apply):
a. clean technique
b. sterile technique
c. disinfection
d. the absence of all microorganisms
32. List the 6 links of the chain of infection and define each.
33. Where does bacteria grow best in or on? _________________________________________
34. Describe direct contact. ______________________________________________________
35. Describe indirect contact. _____________________________________________________
36. When should gloves be worn? _________________________________________________
37. How far can droplets travel? __________________________________________________
38. What is the window of time that the flu is contagious? ______________________________
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39. When can alcohol-based hand rub be used instead of hand washing? __________________
40. When should you use soap & water instead of alcohol–based hand rub? (circle all that apply)
a. If hands are visibly dirty
b. After using rest room
c. After removing gloves
d. After blowing nose
e. After sneezing in hands
f. Before routine resident care
g. After changing adult briefs
h. After cleaning a spill of blood or body fluids
i. Before and after using shared medical equipment
41. What is the Norovirus?
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