RMA 15

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RMA 15
2010-06-30 12:37:10

RMA 15
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  1. Potentially infectious body fluids include all of the following EXCEPT?

    A Blood
    B Vaginal secretions
    C Sweat
    D Cerebrospinal fluid
    E Semen
  2. Which color code for hazard warning labels is NOT correct?

    A Blue for health haards
    B White for radioactivity hazards
    C Yellow for radioactivity hazards
    D Red for flammability
    E All are correct
  3. How long is Hep B virus capable of surviving in a dried state on environmental surfaces?

    A 1 day
    B 1 Week
    C 2 days
    D 2 weeks
    E 1 month
  4. Clean technique is another term for?

    A Medical asepsis
    B Surgical asepsis
    C Hand washing
    D Sterilization
    E Sanitization
  5. Instruments that penetrate a patients skin should be?

    A Sanitized
    B Disinfected
    C Sterilized
    D Treathed with antiseptics
    E Cleaned ultrasonically
  6. Instruments that come in contact only with a patients mucous membranes should be?

    A Sanitized
    B Disinfected
    C Sterilized
    D Treated with antiseptics
    E None of the above
  7. Instruments that touch only healthy intact skin should be?

    A Sanitized
    B Disinfected
    C Sterilized
    D Treated with antiseptics
    E Cleaned
  8. The vaccine against Hep B provides immunity for at least?

    A 3 yrs
    B 4 yrs
    C 5 yrs
    D 6 yrs
    E 7 yrs
  9. A syndrome resulting from HIV infection that generally involbes chronic systemic symptoms but lacks an opportunistic infection or Kaposis sarcoma is know as?

    A AIDS-related complex
    B Acute HIV infection
    C AIDS
    D Asymptomatic latency period
    E None of the above
  10. Which of the following is the only readily available method to detect evidence of HIV infection?

    A Patient history
    B Signs and symptoms
    C Serological test
    D urinalysis
    E None of the above
  11. Which of the following organ systems is the most commonly invlved in AIDS?

    A Kidneys
    B Ovaries
    C Lungs
    D Liver & Spleen
    E Stomach
  12. Kaposis sarcoma is a malignancy of the?

    A Skin and Lungs
    B skin and brain
    C skin and kidneys
    D skin and bones
    E skin and lymph nodes
  13. Anything that poses a risk to the human body or a living organism is called?

    A Pathogen
    B occupational exposure
    C Biohazard
    D Blood borne
    E Virus
  14. Which of the following is a possible means of transmission of HIV?

    A Saliva
    B Tears
    C Intact skin
    D Blood
    E Hair
  15. OSHA standards require which of the following?

    A written schedule for cleaning
    B cleaning only when needed
    C cleaning only after procedures
    D cleaning by staff only
    E Both A and D
  16. Treating all human blood as if it were infectious is known as?

    A Engineering controls
    B Work practice controls
    C Asepsis
    D Universal Precautions
    E Isolation methods
  17. Hand washing is necessary at which of the following times?

    A Before using gloves
    B Before leaving for the day
    C After performing a procedure
    D After using gloves
    E ALL of the above
  18. After you have rinsed your hands by using the aseptic hand washing method, what step should you take next?

    A Using a nail brush or orange stick clean nails
    B Turn off the faucets using your hands
    C Hold your hands above the elbows to prevent water from running to washed areas
    D Put on sterile gloves
    E Dry your hands with clean paper towels and turn off faucets vy using a clean paper towel
  19. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal protective equipment?

    A Gloves
    B Lab coat
    C Surgical coat
    D Uniform
    E Face shield
  20. To dispose of a contaminated needle,

    A Recap it and drop it in nearest biohazard container
    B Drop it into the biohazardous waste container for sharps
    C Wash it, recap it, and drop it into the sharps container
    D Sterilize it and put it into the Sharps container
    E Drop it in the nearest trash can
  21. Surgical scrub involves washing

    A Hands and Forearms
    B Hands
    C Forearms
    D Hands, forearms, and face
    E All parts of the body before surgery
  22. The autoclave

    A used for instruments that would be damaged by prolonged exposure to high temps
    B Involves the use of soap and scrubbing to disinfect instruments
    C Forces the temps of steam above the boiling point of water in order to sterilize equipment
    D Uses ethylene oxide and may be operated only in the hospital or a manufacturing environment
    E Is used for items that would be damaged by immersion in a chemical solution or by exposure to steam.
  23. Standard Precautions are?

    A Used in all medically related fields
    B Used mainly in hospitals
    C used mainly in medical offices
    D Never used because are outdated
    E The same as Universal Precautions
  24. Medical asepsis is defined as which of the following?

    A Growth of organisms after they leave the body
    B Growth of organisms before they leave the body
    C Destruction of organisms after they leave the body
    D Destruction of organisms before they enter the body
  25. Which of the following liquids is used in autoclave to sterilize instruments and supplies?

    A Tap Water
    B Distilled water
    C Sterile water
    D Alcohol
    E Bleach