The two most commonly used types of alcohol for disinfection and antisepsis are?
Which of the following can carry bloodborne pathogens?
The only way you have properly removed a pair of gloves is if no _____ portion of any glove has touched any part of your skin.
Which person is most likely to have a blood-borne pathogen?
After washing your hands, use _____ to turn of the water:
Who wears personal protective equipment? Pick the best answer.
The ideal concentration of alcohol for microbicidal activity is?
The following are examples of personal protective equipment in universal precautions, EXCEPT:
What would a healthcare provider make sure to wear before administering a shot?
The destruction of all microorganisms on surfaces such as the skin is:
________ refers to freedom from living pathogenic organisms.
If you believe a fluid that may contain a bloodborne pathogen has been aerosolized or will be, make sure to wear (choose the most appropriate answer):
In terms of medical asepsis, what does PPE stand for?
When drying your hands, you should:
What should you do if someone at work or school cuts themselves, is bleeding, and asks you for help?
The process whereby a protein is unfolded, like a paperclip, and loses its higher-order structure due to alcohol is called:
We can inoculate our body against a bloodborne pathogen in order to avoid being affected by it in the future via (a):
Which of the following is an example of personal protective equipment used to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens?
Which are types of personal protective equipment?
When removing gloves, assume that:
A common method of sterilizing surgical equipment is known as:
When using an alcohol based hand sanitizer, you should _____.
Proper handwashing should take:
Which of the following is TRUE of removing personal protective equipment?
How are bloodborne pathogens transmitted?
Alcohol used on the surface of a kitchen countertop is a type of:
What are the three ways germs can be transmitted?
Which of the following can alcohol not destroy?
Who should practice universal precautions against blood-borne pathogens?
What does 'universal precautions' in medicine mean?
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