OSHA

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OSHA
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  1. Most patients infected with HIV recover completely within a few months.
    True or False
    False
  2. Contaminated sharps should be put in a container that is:

    a. puncture resistant
    b. labeled biohazard or color coded
    c. leak proof
    d. all of the above
    e. none of the above
    all of the above
  3. Controls that reduce the likelihood of exposure by altering the manner in which a task is performed are called:

    a. Engineering controls
    b. work practice controls
    c. all of the above
    d. none of the above
    work practice controls
  4. The Federal Agency responsible for the health and safety of healthcare workers:

    a. OSHA
    b. JRCERT
    c. Department of Health
    d. CDC
    OSHA
  5. A type of device that isolates or removes the hazard of a bloodborne pathogen is:

    a. Engineering control
    b. work practice control
    c. all of the above
    d. none of the above
    Engineering control
  6. All personal protective equipment should be removed with the exposed side turned to the inside:
    True or False
    True
  7. Who is responsible for providing the correct size personal protective equipment?

    a. employee
    b. physician
    c. employer
    d. student
    employer
  8. The term contaminated sharps does not include broken glass.
    True or False
    False
  9. The most common route of exposure to bloodborne pathogens is:

    a. contaminated laundry
    b. urine/fecal material
    c. contaminated sharps
    d. specimens
    contaminated sharps
  10. The most significant blood borne pathogens are:

    a. Hepatitis C and AIDS
    b. Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C
    c. Hepatitis B and AIDS
    d. Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and AIDS
    Hepatitis B and AIDS
  11. Personal protective equipment is specialized clothing or equipment worn by an employee for protection against a hazard.
    True or False
    True
  12. Which of the following tasks or procedures could result in exposure to bloodborne pathogens?

    a. needle stick
    b. CPR
    c. patient positioning
    d. all of the above
    e. not all of the above, but more than one
    all of the above
  13. A chemical agent that eradicates organisms from the skin is:

    a. antiseptic
    b. alcohol
    c. chg (chlorhexidine gluconate)
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  14. When using gloves, handwashing is not necessary.
    True or False
    False
  15. What type of personal protective equipment should be worn when touching blood, body fluids, or non-intact skin?

    a. gloves
    b. mask
    c. goggles
    d. all of the above
    gloves
  16. Personal protective equipment would include:

    a. gloves
    b. mask
    c. gowns
    d. face shield
    e. all of the above
    all of the above
  17. Workpractice controls would include:

    a. avoiding face to hand contact
    b. the use of biohazard containers
    c. none of the above
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  18. Pathogenic organisms that are present in blood and cause disease in humans are:

    a. OSHA
    b. universal pathogens
    c. bloodborne pathogens
    d. none of the above
    bloodborne pathogens
  19. Bloodborne pathogens cannot be transmitted through parenteral contact with an infected patient.
    True or False
    False
  20. HIV and HBV can be transmitted through:

    a. tattoos
    b. needles
    c. toothbrushes
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  21. Universal Precautions was introduced by CDC in 1987.
    True or False
    True
  22. Contact with a patient's UNBROKEN skin is a risk factor for:

    a. HIV
    b. HBC
    c. HBV
    d. none of the above
    e. all of the above
    none of the above
  23. Which statement is the most specific when referring to Standard Precautions?

    a. blood and other body fluids are treated as potentially infectious material when dealing with a high risk patient
    b. PPE equipment should only be worn when visible blood is present
    c. pathogens are transmitted through contaminated blood
    d. blood and body fluids from ALL patients must be treated as though potentially infectious
    blood and body fluids from ALL patients must be treated as though potentially infectious
  24. What should be done FIRST after exposure to blood or body fluids?

    a. wash the exposed area
    b. find out if the patient is infected
    c. file an exposure incident report
    d. consult a doctor
    wash the exposed area
  25. Sharps disposal containers and self-sheathing needles are types of engineering controls.
    True or False
    True
  26. Unexplained fever, night sweats, shaking, chills, dry cough, and lymphedema are common symptoms of:

    a. HBV
    b. HBT
    c. HBV2
    d. HIV
    HIV
  27. Specimen containers with blood or other body fluids should be marked with the biohazard label.
    True or False
    True
  28. Common adverse reactions to the hepatitis B vaccination include:

    a. erythema
    b. soreness at injection site
    c. swelling
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  29. Fever, fatigue, jaundice, dark urine, and light colored stool are common symptoms of:

    a. HBT2
    b. HIV
    c. HBT
    d. HBV
    HBV
  30. Blood on instruments or equipment cannot infect you because air kills HIV.
    True or False
    False

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