Infection Control - Initial Training Quiz

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1. You can tell by looking whether someone has an infection.(Required)
1. You can tell by looking whether someone has an infection.
2. You can get HIV if infected blood touches a break in your skin.(Required)
2. You can get HIV if infected blood touches a break in your skin.
3. A person with inactive TB can't spread the disease to others.(Required)
3. A person with inactive TB can't spread the disease to others.
4. Standard precautions should only be used with patients who are known to have a bloodborne pathogen.(Required)
4. Standard precautions should only be used with patients who are known to have a bloodborne pathogen.
5. Used sharps should be placed in a leakproof, puncture-proof container.(Required)
5. Used sharps should be placed in a leakproof, puncture-proof container.
6. All PPE should be washed and disinfected so it can be used again.(Required)
6. All PPE should be washed and disinfected so it can be used again.
7. You don't need to wash your hands after removing gloves.(Required)
7. You don't need to wash your hands after removing gloves.
8. Transmission-based precautions are used instead of standard precautions.(Required)
8. Transmission-based precautions are used instead of standard precautions.
9. Patients with scabies should have their own patient care equipment when possible.(Required)
9. Patients with scabies should have their own patient care equipment when possible.
10. Germs in droplets can contaminate the objects they land on.(Required)
10. Germs in droplets can contaminate the objects they land on.
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