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Which statement about bloodborne pathogens is correct?
Which of the following is an example of OPIM?
Which of the following should you not do following exposure to blood or OPIM?
An occupational exposure is defined as a reasonably anticipated skin, eye, mucous membrane, or parenteral contact with blood, or other potentially infectious materials that may result from the performance of an employee’s duties.
Infected blood can enter your system through all of these except:
Universal Precautions recommends all of the following, except:
Performing hand hygiene is intended to do which of the following?
When is it necessary to wash your hands with soap and water?
To reduce or eliminate the dangers of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens, an employer must put into effect an exposure control plan.
If an exposure incident does occur, it is important to immediately clean and sanitize the area of contact.
Unseen holes or tears in gloves may lead to exposure of contaminants. It is important to examine your gloves for any tears or holes.
Gloves should be used before touching any contaminated surfaces or exposure to bodily fluid.
A sharps container is a puncture-resistant and leak-proof container that is designed for the disposal of sharps. Which statement is true about sharps containers:
An Infection Prevention Control Plan (IPCP) is a written plan detailing how Body Art Facilities will be compliant with local standards of practice & is available to all employees.
Regulated waste laws dictate that containers are:
Which of the following are Bloodborne Pathogens:
Body Artists must use disinfectants and antiseptics:
Occupational exposure to blood carries the risk of infection. This risk is based on:
Modes of transmission of potential blood borne pathogens can occur by:
If you are unvaccinated against hepatitis B, you are at risk of contracting the virus.
The equipment used to sterilize instruments is called:
All needles shall be sterilized, single-use, and disposable.
The proper order for sterilizing reusable instruments is:
Which of the following is a work practice control?
There is a vaccination available for which bloodborne pathogen?
Which of the following is considered a mucosal surface?
Which of the following must be on an informed consent form provided to clients?
Questionnaires that clients must fill out prior to procedures must be treated as according to HIPPA laws.
Body Artists do not have the authority to decline performing body art if they have concerns about communicable disease symptoms.
Proper hand hygiene includes all of the following except:
Disinfecting works by:
All disinfectants need to soak on surfaces for 5 minutes to be effective.
Spore testing in an autoclave must be done at the following times:
Which of the following information should not be included in a sharps injury log?
Preventing exposure includes all of the following except: