1. A patient under isolation precautions is being transported to the x-ray department. He has no mask on and sneezes in the elevator.

A The patient was a 32-year-old Haitian male referred to the hospital with a 3-week history of fever, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
January 6, 2020
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January 6, 2020

1. A patient under isolation precautions is being transported to the x-ray department. He has no mask on and sneezes in the elevator.

1. A patient under isolation precautions is being transported to the x-ray department. He has no mask on and sneezes in the elevator. This scenario is an example of what type of hazard? A. Chemical hazard B. Sharps hazard C. Chain-of-infection hazard D. Physical hazard 2. What is the best procedure for removing gloves when leaving the laboratory? A. Take gloves off last and leave. B. Take gloves off and wash hands. C. Leave gloves on and remove them outside of the laboratory. D. Leave gloves on, rinse gloves with water, and then remove them outside of the laboratory 3. How should you wash your hands after removing gloves? A. Rinse only your fingers with water for 20 seconds. B. Wash your hands without soap for 10 seconds. C. Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds. D. Run water over your hands and then apply hand sanitizer. 4. What is the most appropriate laboratory safety wear? A. Cloth laboratory coat wom unbuttoned B. Fluid-resistant laboratory gown with wrist cuffs C. A patient gown worn tied in the back D. No laboratory coat unless you have to clean up a spill 5. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention developed standard precautions using the assumption that: A. outpatients are generally healthy enough, so no precautions need to be taken B. all patients are potentially infected or carriers of transmittable organisms, so appropriate precautions neced to be followed. c. only patients with coughs are potentially infected or carriers of transmittable organisms, so appropriate precautions are recommended only for these patients. D. all hospitalized patients are considered healthy until blood culture results are available; precautions are recommended for those with positive results 6. Where should you dispose of blood-soaked gauze pads? A. Regular garbage B. Sharps container C. Red biohazard bag D. Laundry bag

 

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