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phlebotomy chap3


The most used fire extinguisher in the lab? What does it contain? ABC- Dry chemicals
Apparel worn to prevent contact with the transmission of pathogenic microorganisms Personal protective equipment
Define RACE Rescue Alarm Contain Extinguish/Evacuate
Define PASS Pull Aim Squeeze Sweep
Guidelines stating that all patients are capable of transmitting bloodborne diseases universal precautions
State 2 ways to remove the source of an electrical shock turn off the circuit breaker move equipment using nonconductive glass or wooden object
Preventitive measures taken when a person is exposed to infectious disease postexposure prophylaxis
Give an example of when a phlebotomist should avoid areas with a radiation symbol pregnancy
Isolation precautions associated with airborne diseases airborne precautions
What NFPA type of fire can be prevented by using an explosion proof fridge? Flammable organic chemicals
Pertaining to a hazard caused by infectious organisms Biohazards
Isolation situation when you may need a respirator airborne
Isolation precautions to prevent the spread of disease caused by patient contact contact
3 categories for transmission based isolation requirements airborne contact droplet
Correct order for putting on protective apparel Gown mask gloves
Correct order for taking off protective apparel gloves mask gown
Isolation situation where close contact requires a mask droplet
What the significance of a rash appearing on hands after wearing gloves allergic reaction
Isolation situation when gloves and gown are always worn contact
Water should always be added to acid FALSE
When a caustic solution is spilled on the skin what is the recommended first aid treatment immediate flushing with water
3 virus' transmitted by a needlestick HIV HBV HCV
Employers are required to provide hepB vaccine to phlebotomists free of charge TRUE
To avoid an accidental needlestick a phlebotomist should never recap needles manually
Recommended disinfectant for blood and body fluid spills sodium hypochlorite
Guidelines describing personnel protective practices standard precautions
Isolation practices to prevent the spread of microorganisms carried in fluid droplets droplet
Emission of radiant energy radioactivity
Isolation procedures based on airborne, droplet, and contact disease transmissions transmission based precautions
4 methods by which infection can be transferred from the source to the host vector aerosol contact ingestion
Infection acquired at the hospital nosocomial
Guideline stating that all patients are capable of transporting bloodborne disease universal precautions
3 components of the chain of infection source, method of transmission, susceptible host
guidelines stating that all moist body substances are capable of transmitting diseases body substance isolation
Which symbol provides the most info during a fire? NFPA
intentional threat or movement that makes a person feel in danger of harmful physical contact assault
intentional, unconsented to physical contact by a person battery
unauthorized release of information concerning a patient. breach of confidentiality
invasion of a body by a pathogenic microganism, resulting in injurious effects or disease infection
patient agrees to medical treatment after recieving infow about procedure, risk,consequences informed consent
parenteral any route other than digestive tract, ok intramuscatar, iv,subcutaneous
infectiousmicroorganism present in the blood and other body fluids and tissues bloodborne pathogen
forcibly tearing awayof a part or structure avulsion
infectious microorganism present in the blood and other body fluids and tissues bloodborne pathogen bbp
pathogen responsible for causing an infection alsoo refered as a infectious agent causative agent
microscopic organism or organism not visible to the naked eye microbes
infection control procedure that separates patients with certain transmissible infections of deseases from other patients isolation procedures
violation of ones right to be left alone no infow out with out there permission invasion of privacy
claim of improper treatment or neglect brought against a professional person by way of a civil lawsuit malpractice
capable of causing disease pathogenic
organism or substance capable of causing disease pathogen
delivered through the skin percutaneous
throught mucous membrains a route through which infectious microorganisms and other biohazzards can enter the body permucosal
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