Test Bank For Phlebotomy A Competency Based Approach 4Th Edition By Kathryn Booth

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Test Bank For Phlebotomy A Competency Based Approach 4Th Edition By Kathryn Booth

Chapter 02

Infection Controland Safety

Multiple Choice Questions

1.  HAIs are infections
A.  of the nasal passage.
B.  that occur in communal settings.
C.  that are acquired from healthcare settings.
D.  with non-pathogenic organisms. 

 Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are infections that are acquired in a healthcare setting. They were once known as nosocomial infections. 

ABHES: 3.d Define and use medical abbreviations when appropriate and acceptable
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: III.C.3 Discuss infection control procedures
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.02
NAACLS: 2.2.4 Define and discuss the term healthcare-acquired infection.
Topic: Infection Control

2.  A phlebotomist collects a specimen from a patient in an isolation room. What can the phlebotomist do to prevent the spread of infection?
A.  Wear all appropriate PPEs.
B.  Dispose of contaminated equipment outside the room.
C.  Wash his hands before removing his PPEs.
D.  Remove PPEs outside the room. 

 A phlebotomist must wear all required PPEs when entering a patient’s room. No contaminated material should leave the patient’s room. 


ABHES: 4.f Comply with federal, state, and local health laws and regulations as they relate to healthcare settings
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
CAAHEP: III.C.7 Match types and uses of personal protective equipment (PPE)
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.02
NAACLS: 2.2 Demonstrate accepted practices for infection control, isolation techniques, aseptic techniques and methods for disease prevention.
Topic: Infection Control


Check All That Apply Questions

3.  Which of the following bacteria have become resistant to antibiotics? (Choose all that apply)
__X__  Clostridium difficile
__X__  Enterococci
__X__  Pseudomonas aeruginosa
_____  Staphylococcus aureus 

 Some strains of Clostridium difficile, enterococci, Staphylococcus aureus, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa have become resistant to antibiotics. 

ABHES: 3.b Build and dissect medical terms from roots/suffixes to understand the word element combinations that create medical terminology
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: III.C.5 List major types of infectious agents
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.01
NAACLS: 2.2 Demonstrate accepted practices for infection control, isolation techniques, aseptic techniques and methods for disease prevention.
Topic: Disease Transmission

Multiple Choice Questions

4.  Which of the following bacteria have become resistant to vancomycin?
A.  Clostridium difficile
B.  Enterococci
C.  Varicella
D.  Acinetobacter baumannii 

 Enterococci are bacteria that are found in the human intestine. Enterococci are resistant to vancomycin. 

ABHES: 2.b Describe common diseases, symptoms and etiologies as they apply to each system
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: III.C.5 List major types of infectious agents
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.01
NAACLS: 2.2 Demonstrate accepted practices for infection control, isolation techniques, aseptic techniques and methods for disease prevention.
Topic: Disease Transmission

5.  Which of the following bacteria have become resistant to ciprofloxacin and levofloxacin?
A.  Clostridium difficile
B.  Chlamydia trachomatis
C.  Neisseria
D.  Fomite 

 C-diff can live outside the human body for an extended period of time. C-diff is also resistant to ciprofloxacin and levofloxacin. 

ABHES: 2.b Describe common diseases, symptoms and etiologies as they apply to each system
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: III.C.5 List major types of infectious agents
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.01
NAACLS: 2.2 Demonstrate accepted practices for infection control, isolation techniques, aseptic techniques and methods for disease prevention.
Topic: Disease Transmission

 

6.  What is an inanimate object capable of carrying a disease?
A.  Fomite
B.  Helicobacter pylori
C.  Pseudomonas aeruginosa
D.  Giardia lamblia 

 A fomite is capable of transmitting infectious bacteria. 

ABHES: 3.c Apply various medical terms for each specialty
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: III.C.1 Describe the infection cycle, including the infectious agent, reservoir, susceptible host, means of transmission, portals of entry, and portals of exit
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.01
NAACLS: 2.2.1 Identify and discuss the modes of transmission of infection and methods for prevention.
Topic: Disease Transmission

7.  For which of the following bacteria are some hospitals now screening patients upon admission?
A.  Clostridium difficile
B.  Enterococci
C.  Pseudomonas aeruginosa
D.  Staphylococcus aureus 

 Hospitals are now screening patients for MRSA, which is caused by Staphylococcus aureus. 


ABHES: 2.b Describe common diseases, symptoms and etiologies as they apply to each system
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: III.C.1 Describe the infection cycle, including the infectious agent, reservoir, susceptible host, means of transmission, portals of entry, and portals of exit
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.01
NAACLS: 2.2.1 Identify and discuss the modes of transmission of infection and methods for prevention.
Topic: Disease Transmission

 

8.  Which government agency mandates the use of PPEs?
A.  CLSI
B.  HAZMAT
C.  SDS
D.  OSHA 

 PPEs must be worn at all times. OSHA mandates which PPEs we must wear. 

ABHES: 4.f Comply with federal, state, and local health laws and regulations as they relate to healthcare settings
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: III.C.7 Match types and uses of personal protective equipment (PPE)
CAAHEP: XI.P.1 Comply with safety signs, symbols and labels
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Learning Outcome: 02.02
NAACLS: 2.2.3 Discuss in detail and perform proper infection control techniques, such as hand hygiene, gowning, gloving, masking, and double-bagging.
Topic: Infection Control

9.  A medical laboratory technician (MLT) is about to prepare some chemical solutions. She suspects that there might be some health risks. Which quadrant of the NFPA label should she check for chemicals?
A.  Blue
B.  Red
C.  Yellow
D.  White 

 The level of health risk of a chemical is shown in the blue quadrant of the NFPA label. 

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