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While emptying the trash in a client’s room, you get stuck by a needle that should have been placed in the sharps container. What is the first thing to do?
Infection control practices that prevent the transmission of disease are called
Blood-borne infections include
Used disposable supplies and equipment should be discarded
To prevent the spread of infection, how should the nurse aide handle the soiled linens removed from a client’s bed?
It is important that a client’s dressings remain
All are types of pathogens EXCEPT
When caring for a patient with MRSA, the nurse aide should wear
While Mr. Jones is visiting his wife, you notice that he is sneezing and blowing his nose. What is the best step?
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is used to
After Mr. Johnson’s bath, the nurse aide realizes she needs another towel to completely dry Mr. Johnson. The nurse aide should
The most important way to prevent the spread of infection is
When wearing gloves, it is important to remember
Precautions for a patient in respiratory isolation include all EXCEPT
After cleaning a resident’s dentures, you remove and discard your gloves. What is the next step?
At the start of a bed bath, Mrs. Smith takes a washcloth to clean her perineal area and puts it back into the basin of water. The nurse aide should
During dinner, a client who is HIV-positive accidentally breaks a glass and cuts himself. What is the proper procedure?
Which conditions promotes the growth of bacteria?
All body fluids are considered infectious EXCEPT
When washing your hands, apply the soap