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After how many minutes does the protective value of gloves diminish? 10-15 minutes.
What are some situations where an athletic trainer could be exposed to bloodborne pathogens? When treating a bloody wound or with an ill athlete who is vomiting or has serum fluid in blisters.
When is saliva considered a fluid to be cautious of? When it has a bloody component.
A good bleach to water ratio is: 1 part bleach to 10 parts water.
To dispose of contaminated materials put them in a: Biohazard infectious waste container.
What are the 5 types of wounds? abrasion, avulsion, incision, laceration, puncture.
What is an abrasion? outer layers of skin are damaged from being scraped on a hard surface.
What is an avulsion? a forcible separation or tearing of tissue from the body in which bleeding occur immediately.
What is an incision? a wound with smooth sides/ edges caused by a sharp object, such as glass or metal.
What is a laceration? a jagged, irregular tear in the soft tissues.
What is a puncture? a small hole in the tissues produced by an object ( such as a nail) piercing the skin layers.
How do blisters develop? Friction to an area of the body.
What are blood blisters? When blood vessels are broken and builds up in the blister.
How do you manage blisters? Protect the area with a pad and allow fluid to absorb back into the body or open the blister to drain the fluid.
Warm or hot water has what effect on bleach's basic cleaning agent? It deactivates it.
What are the signs of infection? Pain, swelling, redness, heat, loss of function, fever, puss formation
Where do calluses usually form? typically the foot or hand where the bone is right underneath the skin.
What is the standard treatment for an existing callus? Daily remove some of the skin and apply a skin softener type of lotion to keep skin from drying out.
What kind of product can help treat a laceration? steri-strip
What is a steri-strip? This product is applied over the wound to close the wound and this will reduce the amount of scarring and speed up the healing process.
Name the five types of wounds. Abrasions, avulsions, incisions, lacerations, and punctures.
What does NFSHSA stand for? National Federation of State High School Associations.
What should be in a wound management kit? Disposable gloves, sterile water, anti-bacterial soap, sterile gauze, sterile dressings/bandages, antibiotic ointment, and bio-hazard bags.
What are standard precautions and transmission-based precautions? guidelines established for the prevention of the spread of infectious materials
what is a viral infection that affects the liver and can be fatal? Hepatitis B
What is human immunodeficiency virus? HIV
Name the first five points in the nine point Communicable Disease Procedures. 1.Stop bleeding. 2.Be cautious when handling bodily fluids. 3.Wash body surfaces exposed to bodily fluids. 4.Clean all surfaces before resuming play. 5.Rinse area thoroughly.
Name the last four points (6 through 9) in the nine point Communicable Disease Procedures. 6.Use artificial ventilation when performing CPR. 7.All soiled materials should be places in a biohazard bag. 8.proper cleaning or disposal of blood soaked towels. 9.Follow accepted guidelines for controlling bleeding.
what is a written, site-specific plan outlining the steps to be taken to minimize employee exposure to bloodborne pathogens? Exposure control plan
What is the written procedure on how to control exposure? Methods of compliance
What outlines Hepatitis B vaccination requirements and post exposure medical evaluation and follow-up? Vaccinations and medical evaluations
If my school is in compliance with regulations of its national governing body, is it in compliance with the OSHA standard? No, unless the regulations of the organization are at least as comprehensive as OSHA they would not be substitude for them.
what is a written, site-specific plan outlining the steps to be taken to minimize employee exposure to bloodborne pathogens? Exposure control plan
What is the written procedure on how to control exposure? Methods of compliance
What outlines Hepatitis B vaccination requirements and post exposure medical evaluation and follow-up? Vaccinations and medical evaluations
If my school is in compliance with regulations of its national governing body, is it in compliance with the OSHA standard? No, unless the regulations of the organization are at least as comprehensive as OSHA they would not be substitude for them.
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