The yellow cloth gown.
The white paper gown.
Both gowns are equally protective.
I don't know, but once Sarah B. realizes that they are both isolated and touching her, those gowns won't protect Sarah D. and Michelle from much.
In ER X-Ray
In the waiting area outide of the gastrics room
In the waiting area between Pod 2 and CT.
In Kathy and Maureen's office
Under the stretcher away from the isolated patient with an isolation sign attached to the front of the chart to indicate the type of isolation.
In a plastic bag with an isolation sign attached to the front of the chart to indicate the type of isolation.
It should be in a pillow case and on the patient's strecher. The chart found inside should have an isolation sign attached to the front to indicate what type of isolation the patient is.
Call up to the referring ward and let the nurse know that the chart came down to the department improperly
Fill out a safety occurance report
Complain to the people you work with about how the referring ward always does this and then do nothing about it.
A and B.
No one is wearing gloves
No one is wearing gowns
The plate is not covered with a plastic bag
A and B
A and C
There is a yellow gown on the stretcher and no one is wearing gowns or gloves.
Summer is standing too far away from the patient when she is trying to move the patient forward (ie. poor body mechanics)
Summer has the image receptor on the ground and she has also refrained from placing it in a plastic bag.
Nicole isn't smiling.
A, B and C
She looks she's off to a good start. She just needs to get the gown on properly.
She shouldn't have her gloves on already. They should be the last thing she puts on.
Does it really matter? As long as she is covered she should be fine.
Nothing. Everyone has the appropriate PPE on for a contact precaution exam.
Anna is double gloved.
Nicole should have a yellow gown on her stretcher to identify her as an isolated patient so all staff are aware.
No, there is not. We asked Anna what she was doing and she said she was the "clean tech".
Yes, there is. There should never be isolation gowns on our equipment and you should not be touching the monitor with gloves on. It is confusing to those around you and it increases the chance of inadvertently infecting others.
Yes, there is. Why is it so bright in there??????
Summer on éternuait dans le masque.
Nothing. Julie just likes to make that face.
Summer was attempting to try out her patient's false teeth when Julie wasn't looking.
Summer is incorrectly removing her PPE.
Remove gloves, wash hands, remove gown, wash hands, remove mask, wash hands.
Remove gown, wash hands, remove gloves, wash hands, remove mask, wash hands.
Remove mask, wash hands, remove gloves, wash hands, remove gown, wash hands
None of the above.
When the patient has been coughing incessantly
When the patient has been in the room for more than an hour and has been isolated with airborne precautions.
When the a patient has had a large spill of bodily fluids (ie. vomitting, diahrrea or blood) regardless of whether they are isolated or not.
A and B
B and C
When you do a case with a patient who is isolated with airborne precautions and will be in the examination room for more than an hour.
When you do a case with a patient who is isolated with airborne precautions and will be in the examination room for less than an hour.
You don't need to call because the patient should be bringing the hepa filter from their room with them.
None of the above are correct.
Well, sometimes you do feel like it when you work a lot of nights.
No. Summer feels fabulous. She is just cold and is wearing the gown to keep warm. (BAD SUMMER!)
Yes. It really brings out her eyes.