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Chain Of Infection And How IT Is Broken

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chain of infection and how IT is broken
This quiz tests knowledge of infection transmission, infection control, and infection prevention in the health care setting.

  
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1.  The Chain of Infection is a model of:
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2.  There are 6 links in the Chain of Infection. These include each of the following except:
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3.  In any healthcare setting, the Chain of Infection can be interrupted most readily at this step:
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4.  Universal Precautions are:
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5.  Each of the following is true about Standard Precautions except:
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6.  There are 3 recently added elements to Standard Precautions that focus on protection of patients. These are: 1) Respiratory Hygiene/Cough Etiquette, 2) Safe Injection Practices, and 3) Use of Masks for Insertion of Catheters.Respiratory Hygiene/Cough Etiquette includes all of the following except:
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7.  Safe Injection Practices require adherence to basic principles of aseptic technique for the preparation and administration of parenteral medications. Each of the following statements is true except for: 
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8.  Transmission Based Precautions are a second level of precautions used when the route(s) of transmission is (are) not completely interrupted using Standard Precautions alone.   Each of the statements below is true except:
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9.  A culture of targeting zero healthcare associated infections and zero tolerance for unsafe practices is characterized by each of the following except:
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