Bloodborne Pathogens Quiz

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BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS  - ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TRAINING I have read and understand the training handbook, Bloodborne Pathogens. I have also completed and passed the comprehensive quiz at the conclusion of this handbook.

  
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1.  You are covered by the standard only if you are a surgical doctor or nurse.
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2.  HIV and HBV are the only bloodborne threats you face.
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3.  Mucous membranes are a potential route of entry into the body for bloodborne pathogens.
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4.  Any medical instrument can be considered a sharp.
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5.  HBV dies as soon as it leaves the body and comes in contact with air.
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6.  If you don't want to have an Exposure Control Plan, you don't need to have one.
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7.  Standard precautions means treating all blood and body fluids as potentially infectious.
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8.  Most needle-stick injuries occur when disposing of needles, giving medications, drawing blood or handling trash or dirty linens.
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9.  You should bend all of your needles before putting them in a sharps container.
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10.  Every time you remove your gloves, you must wash your hands with soap and running water as soon as you possibly can.
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11.  If you don't have access to running water, use an antiseptic hand cleanser.
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12.  Make sure to store your food and drink close to you when working with blood so you don't have to leave the room.
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13.  Choose your protective equipment according to the task you are going to perform.
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14.  Avoid giving unprotected mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
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15.  Use single-use disposable gloves as often as possible before disposing of them.
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16.  There is a safe procedure for glove removal that should be followed at all times.
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17.  Never pick up broken glass, which may be contaminated, with your hands. Use tongs or a brush and dust pan.
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18.  Place all sharps in color-coded bags or containers to assure proper disposal.
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19.  The HBV vaccine is not so important since it only prevents Hepatitis B infection.
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20.  If you are exposed and know where the blood came from, don't bother reporting it.
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