“If I drop the 4 X 4s on the floor, I can use them as long as they are not soiled.”
“If I drop the 4 X 4s on the floor, I can use them if I rinse them with sterile normal saline.”
“If I question the sterility of any dressing material, I should not use it.”
“I should put on my sterile gloves, then open the bottle of saline to soak the 4 X 4s.”
Materials that may be poisonous, toxic, or flammable and do not pose disease-related risk.
Waste that is saturated to the point of dripping with blood or body fluids contaminated with blood.
Waste that does not pose a disease-related risk.
Boxes of expired medicine.
After every shift
After it is full
After it is 2/3 full
After half full
The patient does not have any bacteria and does not pose a risk to staff or other patients
Any care being provided is routine in nature and presents no risk of infection
A risk assessment should be done before providing care and PPE worn as appropriate to the situation and the care being provided.
Patients with presence of Infection
All Patient of THC
Not needed at all
Medical Waste Bag
Domestic Waste Bag
General Waste Bag
The risk of transmission
The patient’s diagnosis
What the hospital did when the patient stayed in the hospital.
Containers lined with black bags.
Containers lined with clear bags.
Containers lined with yellow bags.
Using a barrier between client’s furniture and nurse’s bag
Wearing gowns and goggles
Coughing on each other.
Eating off the same plate.
New Cleaning Establishment
Home Health Care Center
Infection Prevention and Control
Hand Hygiene with Alcohol-based Hand Rub
Hand Hygiene with soap and water