Flashcards in TB 82, infectious disease Deck (23):
cleaning supplies for infectious disease?
1:10 bleach with water
do not use compressed air to dry
exposure level 1 for infectious disease?
being in pressence
level 2 exposure to infectious disease?
clothing or intact skin ( blood or body fluid)
level 3 exposure to infectious disease?
broken skin or mucous/conjunctiva membranes
level 2 post exposure procedures
decon of clothes or body part
f2, f225, prb
level 3 post exposure
decon body part
flu like symptoms
10-14 days respitory symptoms
48-72 hour reaction time
negative- skin test in 12 weeks
positive- chest x ray, follow up MLU
viral less severe
suspected tx the same as positive cases
brain damage, hearing loss, learning disabilities
small pox symptoms
vaccination only prevention
body fluids, face to face contact
bedding or clothing exposure
contagious at fever onset til scabs fall off
how many members needed to transport pt. with infectious disease?
minimum number of LAFD members
Consideration should be given by personnel responding to an incident to anticipate the possible need for respiratory assistance or ancillary equipment which includes all the following?
Medical incident, all the following she'll be good here too for all EMS incidents including those were a communicable disease is suspected or when there may be a blood-borne or airborne exposure?
Disposable latex glove shall be worn,
I'll contaminated needles shall be handled with extreme care,
a mechanical device shall be used whenever possible for respiratory assistance or resuscitation
Rescue ambulance patient care areas and apparatus it's contaminated should be decontaminated by?
Scrub with a 1 to 10 solution of bleach and water and thoroughly wiped down with Clearwater and air dried
Contaminated turnout, leather, and rubber bullets contaminated with blood, vomitus, or other bodily fluids SHALL be decontaminated by the following methods?
Contaminated clothing she'll be decontaminated as soon as possible,
scrub with the disinfectant detergent solution,
air dried after scrubbed
Exposure of a non-intact or broken skin or mucus, conjunctiva membranes to blood or bodily fluids is considered a? Exposure.
Contact limited to being in the presence of a suspected source patient is considered? Exposure.
A needle puncture or human bite is considered a? Exposure.
Contaminated clothing or in tact non-broken skin, by blood or bodily fluids is considered a? Exposure.
The postexposure documentation procedures for a known or suspected exposure to infectious disease or an exposure to blood or body fluids for a level to exposure includes?
Documentation in station journal, documentation in members personal record book, and F2 25 with all details to medical liaison unit
For a little pre-exposure, effective member shall seek first care in all cases as designated follow-up hospital. All the following are going to find in training bulletin 82 designated follow-up hospital?
When a pt. area of a rescue ambulance is contaminated, it should be scrubbed with a solution consisting of one part? To ? Parts water.