Put a bandage over the wound and watch for reaction.
Follow Blood & Body Fluid Exposures Protocol.
Wash the affected body part with soap & water
Lick wound clean
Disinfect with alcohol swab
Apply sterile dressing
Raise hand above heart
Tell your patient to wait calmly while you find out what is going on.
Wait with your patient.
Keep door closed
Make a lot of noise so people know where you are.
Be prepared to evacuate.
Wait for instructions from non-patient care staff.
When it's too heavy to lift.
When the fill line is reached.
When you can't possibly fit anything more into it.
When your supervisor tells you.
Gown & gloves only, mask not required.
Gown only, gloves if you have an open wound.
Gown, gloves and N-95 fit mask.
Gown, gloves and surgical grade mask with visor.
Once per shift
Once per day
Once per week
Right before accreditation
Change into her crocs
Put socks on in her sandals
Wear blue OR shoe covers over her sandals
Change into approved duty shoes
Immediately after the immunization
One week after immunization
14 days after immunization
Immediately after the immunization providing they take the appropriate anti-viral medication for 14 days.
Both c) and d)
Rings with stones or etchings
Bad hair cut
More Resistant Sickness Area
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
Nothing, it's just a made up acronym.
Annually in January
When you think of it
When your supervisor tells you to
Every six months, January and July
Annually in your birth month
Wear a lead apron while performing examination.
Refuse to proceed with examination.
Ask patient to return in 72 hours.
Maintain a safe distance from patient when possible.
Both a) and d)
When working with patients
At all times in the hospital
Unless they don't like their picture
When going to the OR, ER or ICU
Red binder in tech area.
On line under JOH&S
Both c) and d)