Discard it in a Biohazard waste bag.
Place it in a cardboard box for disposal.
Place it in an appropriate rigid container
Discard it in the general trash.
Reporting to work on time
Supporting department objectives
Maintaining patient confidentiality
Decontamination, sterile storage, sterilization, assembly
Distribution, assembly, packaging, sterile storage
Decontamination, assembly, packaging, sterilization, sterile storage
Disinfection, assembly, packaaging, sterilization, sterile storage
Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Healthcare Organization
Centers for Disease Control
Occupational Health and Safety Administration
Enviromental Protection Agency
Inventory control methods
Presents a non-professional appearance
Can Becaome easily contaminated
Can get caught in moving equipment
May encorage theft among employees
Hepatitis C virus
None of the above
A vector transmission
An airborne transmission
An aerobic infection
A nosocomial infection
Place the trays on the cars as requested.
Drape the top of the cart and then place the trays on top of the drape.
Insert the trays in a plastic bag before giving them to the staff member.
Clean and dry the transport cart and send it to Dstribution for the trays.
Human immunodeficiency virus
A mask with side shields.
An imprervious gown.
A lead apron
Wiping the instrument with a dry towel.
Holding the instrument under warm running water.
Scrubbing the instrument in a detergent solution.
Soaking the instrument in a detergent solution for 10 minutes.
Do nothing,since the maintenance personnel did not come in contact with any contaminated material.
Ask the maintenance person to remove the barrier attire when leaving the area.
Report the problem to the maintenance supervisor.
Document the problem in the shift report.
Return for the used tray after completing all deliveries, using the appropriate collection cart.
Return for the used tray after completing all deliveries, using the sterile delivery cart.
Takr the used tray to Decontamination on the cart with the remaining sterile supplies.
Immediately hand-carry the used tray to the Decontamination room and then return to complete the deliveries.
0.5% hypochlorite bleach
2% Quaternary ammonium compounds
50% aqueous isopropyl
2% activated glutaraldehyde
Contact time and concentration of the solution
Concentration of the solution
Temperature of the solution
Cost of the chemical
An enzymatic detergent
An organic detergent
A phenolic solution
An alkaline solution
Reduce the bioburden present on the equipment.
Remove stains and tape residues from the equipment.
Protect patients from toxic reactions due to detergent residues left on the equipment
Neutralize the corrosive effect that detergents can have on the surface of the equipment.
Soaking them in a saline solution.
Soaking them in a high sudsing detergent.
Covering them with a saline-moistened towel, and placing them in a plastic bag.
Spraying with an enzymatic foam, covering them with a towel moistened with water, and placing them in a plastic bag.
Treat them in the same manner as all the other articles brought to Decontamination.
Soak them in detergent and then clean them in the usual manner.
Rinse them with water and then clean them in the usual manner.
Ask the supervisor for directions.