Post Test

St. David’s HealthCare Orientation Module Post Test

Question 1

Before cleaning up a spill, you should protect yourself with appropriate PPE

Question 2

If a spill contains broken glass, it should removed with forceps or a broom and dustpan. The waste should be discarded where?

Question 3

Where should you dispose of used isolation gowns and gloves, and wound dressings that are not soiled with blood or body fluids?

Question 4

Check the items that may carry germs that can harm others for which Standard Precautions should be used:

Question 5

In the event of being exposed to blood, you should:

Question 6

How many seconds should you wash your hands using running water, soap, and friction, paying special attention to fingernails and rough skin areas, to remove most transient germs? A minimum of

Question 7

Select the ways that germs can travel to places and can cause infections:

Question 8

What is the most effect method of preventing the spread of germs being transferred?

Question 9

Identify the emergency code for St. David's Georgetown Hospital (SDGH)

Question 10

Symptoms of latex allergy include skin rashes, hives, flushing, itching, nasal or eye drainage, or sinus symptoms, asthma, and shock. This statement is:

Question 11

Where should you dispose of items dripping with blood or secretions, or containing caked blood or secretions that could be released during handling?

Question 12

Identify the emergency code for St. David's North Austin Medical Center (NAMC)

Question 13

The "Chain of Transmission" is something we want to break. It refers to:

Question 14

Vaccinations are available for health care workers/students for which of the following diseases (select all that apply):

Question 15

If you have a Latex allergy, you should:

Question 16

What is used to turn off the faucet?

Question 17

Health care workers/students are screened for tuberculosis first by having

Question 18

The following are measures to protect against the transmission of tuberculosis:

Question 19

Regarding the fire plan, what does RACE stand for?

Question 20

Select the task(s) that puts healthcare workers/students at the highest risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens:

Question 21

After cleaning up a spill, the area should be disinfected with appropriate spray disinfectant.

Question 22

Identify the emergency code for St. David's South Austin Medical Center (SAMC)

Question 23

Identify the emergency code for Heart Hospital of Austin (HHoA)

Question 24

Used needles must be disposed of immediately after use in:

Question 25

Standard Precautions are the actions taken with all patients, all of the time, to prevent transmission of germs from patient to health care worker, patient to patient, and health care worker to patient. This statement is:

Question 26

What are the links in the "Chain of Transmission"?

Question 27

The mission of St. David's HealthCare is to provide exceptional care to every patient every day with a spirit of warmth, friendliness, and personal pride.

Question 28

Used needles may be recapped if necessary

Question 29

If you need to enter an isolation room, what should you do?

Question 30

The five values of the St. David's HealthCare are:

Question 31

The Bloodborne Pathogen Standard was implemented to protect employees/students against which serious germs found in the bloodstream:

Question 32

Identify the emergency code for St. David's Round Rock Medical Center (RRMC)

Question 33

The three types of transmission based isolation precautions are:

Question 34

How is linen that is saturated with body fluids handled? (Select all that apply)

Question 35

Which of the following statements about chicken pox are true?