Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 11

1.Which is the most common type of biological vector of human disease?

a. viruses
b. bacteria
c. mammals
d. arthropods
2. A mosquito bites a person who subsequently develops a fever and abdominal
rash. What type of transmission would this be?

a. mechanical vector transmission


b. biological vector transmission
c. direct contact transmission
d. vehicle transmission
3. Cattle are allowed to pasture in a field that contains the farmhouse well, and
the farmer’s family becomes ill with a gastrointestinal pathogen after drinking
the water. What type of transmission of infectious agents would this be?

a. biological vector transmission


b. direct contact transmission
c. indirect contact transmission
d. vehicle transmission

4.The best way to prevent yourself from catching a contagious disease is to _______________________.
a. wash your hands c. sleeping with client
b. hugging each other d. Exchanging towel each other

5. How are infectious diseases, such as colds and influenza, most commonly spread?
a. breathing viruses in air c. hand to face contact
b. eating contaminated food d. drinking infected water

8.3
. What is the single most important way to prevent the spread of infections?

a. Good hand hygiene c. Put sanitizer at all times

b. Rub the hands all the time d. none at all


2.Which of these hand hygiene methods will kill bacteria?

a. Plain soap and water and Antimicrobial soap b. Antimicrobial

c. Alcohol-based hand rubs d. Sanitizer

3. What is the time duration for soap water hand washing


a.20-30sec
b.2minutes
c.40-60sec
d. 1 hour

4. What is the time duration for hand rub hand washing


a. 10 sec c.40sec
b. 20 sec d.90 sec

5.How long hands to be rubbed together for effective hand washing


A. 1 minute c.20seconds
B. 15 seconds d.45seconds

8.4
1. Is this statement correct? PPE is important in reducing the transmission of infection to patients.

a. True c. half true

b. False d. half false

2. Is this statement correct? PPE is important in protecting healthcare workers from healthcare
associated infection.

a. True c. half true

b. False d. half false


3. Is this statement correct? PPE is a requirement of health and safety legislation.

a. True c. half true

b. False d. half false

4.When should hand hygiene be performed?

a. Before and after wearing of gloves

b. After removing gloves

c. Gloves are a substitute for hand hygiene

d. all of the above

5. Which of the following is an occupational exposure incident?

a. Blood/body fluid contamination of the mouth

b. Intact skin Mouth Clothing

c. b and c

d. none of the above

6. When should PPE be changed?

a. Between patient, different care activities on the same patient,when moving to a different clinical area
and before handling food.

b. Between no patient, no different care activities on the same patient, when moving to a different
clinical area and before handling food.

c. Between different care activities on the same patient, and before handling food only

d. all of the above

7. It is advised when clearing up feces or vomit where Norovirus is suspected.

a. magical mask

b. type A mask

c. surgical mask

d. all of the above


8.What type of gloves should be used in specimen handling?

a. Non-sterile vinyl Non-sterile

b. latex/nitrile/neoprene Sterile latex/nitrile

c. Non-sterile latex/nitrile/neoprene

d. both c and b

9. What type of gloves should be used cleaning an examination couch with detergent?

a. Non-sterile vinyl

b. Non-sterile latex/nitrile/neoprene

c. Sterile latex/nitrile

d. all of the above

10. What type of gloves should be used for taking a blood sample?

a. Non-sterile latex/nitrile/neoprene

b. Non-sterile latex/nitrile/neoprene

c. Sterile latex/nitrile

d. all of the above

8.5
6.You must _____________, ______________ and _____________ surfaces after each
task:
A. Sanitize, wash and dry
B. Clean, rinse and sanitize
C. Rinse, sanitize and dry
D. Wash, rinse and sanitize

7. Removes food and other dirt from a surface.


a. Cleaning
b. Sanitizing
c. Rinse, sanitize and dry
d. Wash, rinse and sanitize

8.Reduces pathogens on a surface to safe levels.


a. Cleaning
b. Sanitizing
c. Rinse, sanitize and dry
d. Wash, rinse and sanitize

9. Which of the following is the first step in washing and sanitizing process?
a. Wash the surface
b. Rinse the surface
c. Scrape ore remove food bits from the surface
d. Allow the surface to air-dry

10. What is the orders of the sinks in a three compartment sink sequence?
a. Wash, Sanitize, Rinse
b. Rinse, Sanitize, Wash
c. Sanitize, Wash, Rinse
d. Rinse, Wash, Sanitize

8.6
1. Why it is important to clean toys and surfaces?
a. Washing and disinfecting toys and surfaces did not helps reduce the spread of
germs, especially in child caresettings or other areas where many children are
together
b. Washing and disinfecting toys and surfaces helps the spread of germs,
especially in child caresettings or other areas where many children are together
c. Washing and disinfecting toys are not good to disinfect always.
d. both a and b

2. How to clean toys and surfaces Clean?


a. Washed with water only
b. Scrubbing with soap and water effectively removes germs from surfaces.
c. Used sanitizer always in holding toys
d. all of the above

3. What Should You Do To Keep Toys Clean?


a.Look for wipe clean toys for ease of cleaning – all you need to do with those is
give them a quick once over with a damp cloth and some mild disinfectant.
b. Don’t look for wipe clean toys for ease of cleaning – all you need to do with
those is give them a away once over with a damp cloth and some mild
disinfectant.
c. All you need to do is to let the toys heat from the sun dont use soap.
d. All of the above

4.What stuffed animals cannot go through the washer?


a. animal has on delicate clothing items that can’t be removed,
objects such as glitter or sequins and styro foam balls inside 
b. Those that have been over-loved and are extremely old or fragile
c. both a and b
d. none of the above

5.The scrub brush can be used to clean:


a. kitchen sinks
b. toilets
c. tetxured floors in tubs and showers
d. none of the aboves

8.7
1.Excretion rids the body of ________.

a. Excess food
b. cellular metabolic waste
c. nondigestable ingested material
d. all of the above

2.The organ of excretion is ________.


a. skin
b. lungs
c. kidneys
d. all of the above

3. If blood plasma become diluted, blood cell will


a. swell
b. wilt
c. shrink
d. thicker

4.Main constituent of sweat is


a. liver
b. skin
c. lungs
d. kidney
5.Each human kidney has narrow tubules surrounded by
a. blood vessels
b. blood veins
c. blood cells
d. nephron

8.8
1_________ Carry the child to the changing table, keeping soiled clothing away from you and any
surfaces you cannot easily clean and sanitize after the change.

2_________ Get organized. Before bringing the child to the diaper changing area, perform hand
hygiene, gather and bring supplies to the diaper changing area:

3_________ Put on a clean diaper and dress the child.

4_________ Clean the child’s diaper area.

5_________ Perform hand hygiene according to the procedure in Standard and record the diaper
change in the child’s daily log.

6_________ Remove the soiled diaper and clothing without contaminating any surface not already in
contact with stool or urine.

7________ Wash the child’s hands and return the child to a supervised area.

8________ Clean and disinfect the diaper-changing surface.

9________ Perform proper hand washing after the procedure.

10.________ Return into proper places all the thing that was used.
Removal of body waste products( eg.
Feces, urine,saliva, vomitus )
disinfection of affected area
http://www.healthblurbs.com/human-body-waste-metabolic-waste-products-
for-excretion/

https://cchp.ucsf.edu/sites/cchp.ucsf.edu/files/idc2book.pdf

http://www.physio.co.uk/treatments/massage/physiological-effects-of-
massage/cellular-effects/removal-of-waste-products.php

http://lccs.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_38715/File/Files/Faculty/medical.
pdf

http://idahoptv.org/sciencetrek/topics/body_waste/facts.cfm
http://slideplayer.com/slide/6066222/18/images/24/1+2+3+4+Nappy+chang
ing+and+toileting.jpg
https://www.google.com.ph/imgres?imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fslideplayer.com
%2F6066222%2F18%2Fimages%2F25%2F5%2B6.%2B7.%2B8.%2BInteract
%2Bwith%2Bthe%2Bchild%252C%2Bfor%2Bexample%252C%2Bsmiling
%2Band%2Btalking%2Bcontinuously%2Bwhilst%2Bchanging%2Btheir
%2Bnappy..jpg&imgrefurl=http%3A%2F%2Fslideplayer.com%2Fslide
%2F6066222%2F&docid=R-KsK5mL6AebRM&tbnid=Ba6uD2-LELvVkM
%3A&vet=10ahUKEwiBrJvQjMXYAhWES7wKHWmUAZkQMwhJKBowGg..i&w=
960&h=720&bih=735&biw=1517&q=specific%20objectives%20Disinfection
%20of%20nappy%20change%20area%20after%20each%20use%20with
%20picture&ved=0ahUKEwiBrJvQjMXYAhWES7wKHWmUAZkQMwhJKBowGg
&iact=mrc&uact=8
http://bbchildcare.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Nappy-Changing-
Policy.pdf