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Bloodborne Pathogens Test

22 Questions  I  By Jeniloou
Disease Quizzes & Trivia
This test will challenge your knowledge of bloodborne pathogens and the training you just received.

  
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1.  The OSHA Standard on Bloodborne Pathogens requires your employer to do the following (mark all correct answers):
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2.  AIDS is more contagious than hepititis B.
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3.  Hepatitis is an inflammation of the
4.  Bloodborne diseases are transmitted the following ways (mark all correct answers):
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5.  A negative HIV test means that (choose one):
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B.
6.  How many injections are needed for a complete hepatitis B immunization series (choose one):
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7.  To date, no serious side effects of HBV immunization have been noted.
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8.  There is only a slight risk of getting AIDS from an HBV inoculation.
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B.
9.  If a person tests negative for AIDS, he or she can still transfer the disease.
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10.  If you have received a negative reading on a test for AIDS, it is not necessary to be tested again.
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11.  AIDS cannot be transmitted through breast milk.
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12.  When washing your hands, the hotter the water the better.
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13.  The "universe" in Universal Precautions refers to:
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14.  Safe work practices like using a dustpan and broom to clean up broken glass are meant to serve as a guide only.  You must develop your own methods that work for you.
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15.  You don't have to wear gloves when giving first aid if you know what you are doing.
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16.  Minor defects in PPE should be repaired by the employee.
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17.  What should you do following an exposure incident (mark all correct answers)?
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18.  What should you do following an exposure incident continued (mark all correct answers)?
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19.  You should rinse with peroxide or alcohol (mark all correct answers):
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20.  Applying pressure to a puncture wound on your finger will stop the potentially infectious material from moving into the blood stream.
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21.  Which of the following are exposure incidents (mark all correct answers):
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22.  You should immediately report an exposure incident (mark all correct answers):
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