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“Standard precautions” are infection control practices that are designed to protect homecare workers from: (Check all correct answers.)
The key steps for standard precautions include: (Check all correct answers.) ____
Which is the single most important infection control activity? ____
When should homecare workers wash their hands?
When should homecare workers use gloves?
There are many bloodborne infectious diseases, but three of the most serious are:
Workers CAN’T be exposed Eating contaminated food or water
You can be exposed to blood borne pathogens by being stuck by a needle or “sharp” that has infected blood or fluid on it
Viruses cause diseases such as: Influenza (the flu). − Colds. − Viral diarrhea
Parasites cause diseases such as: − Diarrhea caused by Giardia