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1. Which of the following are potential
routes of entry for bloodborne
pathogens?
A. Mucous memrane of the eye
B. Dermatitis on the hands
C. Cut with a contaminated sharp object
D. All of the above
2. If blood or potentially infectious
material contacts a cut on your hand,
your first response should be:
A. Find out the infectious status of the source
blood
B. Report the incident to your supervisor
C. Wash the exposed area thoroughly with
soap and water, then report the incident
D. Go to the emergency room
3. There are no reported cases in
which HIV was transmitted by saliva,
tears or perspiration.
1. True
2. False
4. What is the single most important
reason for healthcare workers to
practice good hand hygiene?
A. To remove visible soiling from hands
B. To prevent transfer of bacteria from the
home to the hospital
C. To prevent transfer of bacteria from the
hospital to the home
D. To prevent infections that patients
acquire in the hospital
5. When a procedure is likely to
produce a splash, aerosols or droplets
of blood, you must wear:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Safety glasses
A mask that covers your nose and mouth
A respirator
Any combination of facial protection that
will cover your eyes, nose and mouth
6. Universal Precautions do not apply
to urine under any circumstances.
A. True
B. False
7. How often should you clean your
hands after touching a PATIENT’S
INTACT SKIN (for example, when
measuring a pulse or blood pressure)?
A. Always
B. Often
C. Sometimes
D. Never
8. Handwashing is not necessary
if gloves have been worn.
A. True
B. False
9. Which bloodborne disease can be
prevented through vaccination?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
HBV and HCV
HBV
HIV
HCV
None of the above
10. Which of the following must be
disposed of in a SHARPS container?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Pasteur pipettes contaminated with blood
Scalpel blades
Needles with syringes attached
Used blood tube holders
B & C only
All of the above
11. HIV is considerably more persistent
and more easily contacted than HBV.
A. True
B. False
12. Which of the following bloodborne
diseases has the highest rate of
chronic infection?
A. Hepatitis B
B. Hepatitis A
C. Hepatitis C