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1

When putting on PPE ---- goes on first then ---- then ---- last

Mask
Eyewear
Gloves

2

Mask filtration is measured in

BFE
Bacterial filtration efficacy

3

Standard masks block --- sized particles with 95+ efficiency

3um

4

Masks have to be changed how often

Every pt or every hour or if they become contaminated

5

The most effective makes materials are?

Glass and synthetic fibers

6

What masks are used for potentially infectious patients

PRM

7

Eyewear should have ---- coverage with ---- ----

Wide
Side shields

8

How to wash eyewear

Soap and water
Air dry

9

Breaks in the ---- may serve as a port of entry for infectious agents

Skin of Hands

10

---- serve as reservoirs for infectiou agents

Fingernails

11

Resident bacteria are --- susceptible to destruction by disinfection

Less

12

------- bacteria are easier to remove with soap and water

Transient

13

Effective hand washing can be expected to remove

Surface dirt
Transient bacteria
Loose debris
Microorganisms

14

A routine hand washing uses ---- soap and removes?

Plain
Soil and transient bacteria

15

An antiseptic hand wash uses --- soap and removes--- and reduces --

Antimicrobial
Transient bacteria
resident flora

16

An antiseptic hand rub uses what?

Alcohol based rub

17

A surgical scrub at the beginning of the day is for how long? Subsequent ones are for how long?

10min
3-5mi

18

Factors affecting glove integrity

Length of time worn
Complexity of procedure
Packaging
Size
Stress
Storage
Chemicals
Rings/long nails

19

Methods of latex exposure

Aeroallergen
Gloves
Mucosal contact with gloves

20

Urticaria means

Hives

21

Type 1 hypersensitivity =

Immediate reaction

22

A delayed reaction is a type --- hypersensitivity

4

23

Contact dermatitis happens ---- after contact

6-72 hrs

24

People with food allergies to ---- hav a high risk for latex allergies

Avocado
Kiwi
Bananas
Papaya
Peanuts
Chestnuts

25

What is the most important single procedure for prevention of cross contamination?

Hand washing