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Types of precautions

TermDefinition
If a patient has the flu what PPE should you put on them while transporting them mask
If you are unable to identify a fluid you should treat it as if it were ___________ infectious
T or False; f a patient is infected with an Airborne illness you should turn on the fan so the room will not become infected false
What should you be wearing before coming in contact with an individual infected with an airborne disease? respirator
For contact precautions what PPE should you be wearing when in contact with an infected individual gloves and mask
this is an example of an airborne disease tuberculosis
when coughing and sneezing what should you cover to avoid the spread of germs? nose and mouth
3 types of precautions airborne droplet contact
This is not an airborne illness AIDS
You should use all 3 types of precautions for this viral infection Chicken pox
All types of precautions include this ensure proper placement of patient
Usually droplets can only travel about how many feet? Three
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