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  1. A female's catheter securement location:Rampant tooth decay in older adults.

          

  2. PPE removal order (#1):1) Gloves first. 2) Mask 3) Gown

          

  3. PPE items:Gloves, Gown, Mask.

          

  4. This is the most imporant way to prevent spreading microorganisms:The lack of proper hand washing.

          

  5. When this occurs, it is essential to wash your hands:Hibeclens

          

  6. Xerostoma:Gloves, Gown, Mask.

          

  7. Xerostoma: An artificial saliva substitue such as this is used:Rampant tooth decay in older adults.

          

  8. Xerostoma: An artificial saliva substitue such as this is used:'OralBalance' gel.

          

  9. When this occurs, it is essential to wash your hands:Before caring for a patient.

          

  10. Xerostoma (dry mouth) occurs d/t:Some medications

          

  11. Xerostoma: An artificial saliva substitue such as this is used:'Salix' lozenges.

          

  12. The distance one cannot touch from the edge in a sterile package:1 inch.

          

  13. The definition of xerostoma is:Dry mouth.

          

  14. PPE removal order (#2):1) Gloves first. 2) Mask 3) Gown

          

  15. Xerostoma (dry mouth) occurs d/t:Rampant tooth decay in older adults.

          

  16. PPE donning order:1) Gown 2) Mask/respirator 3) Goggles/faceshield 4) Gloves last.

          

  17. When this occurs, it is essential to wash your hands:Before and after caring for a patient.

          

  18. Xerostoma (dry mouth) occurs d/t:Rampant tooth decay in older adults.

          

  19. This is how to hold sterile objects:While pulling it onto the hand, the inside of the gloves is touched first.

          

  20. This infection a patient acquires from being in the hospital:Hydrogen peroxide.

          

  21. This is what is used to clean an inner trachea:Hydrogen peroxide.

          

  22. This is a site for a nosocomial infection:To prevent the spread of microorganisms.

          

  23. This is how to don gloves:While pulling it onto the hand, the inside of the gloves is touched first.

          

  24. The amount of time a surgical mask may be worn:Rampant tooth decay in older adults.

          

  25. This is the number of inches in which to insert a urinary catheter in a male:2 in.- 3 in.

          

  26. This is the main cause of the spreading of infections:Hand washing.

          

  27. Surgical masks may only be worn 20-30 mins because:Moisture builds & makes it ineffective against maintaining sterility.

          

  28. This is the number of inches in which to insert a urinary catheter in a female:6 in - 10 in.

          

  29. This is done to reduce anxiety:While pulling it onto the hand, the inside of the gloves is touched first.

          

  30. This is the amout of time req'd to wash your uncontaminated hands:2 mins.

          

  31. Sterile package: The distance of the sterile border is:1 inch.

          

  32. This is the purpose of handwashing:To prevent the spread of microorganisms.

          

  33. Do this when approaching a patient before a procedure:Introduce yourself as you approach the Patient.

          

  34. This is the number of cm in which to insert a urinary catheter into a female:5 cm - 7.5 cm.

          

  35. This assessment of the oral cavity is done before radiation therapy of the head or neck:Xerostoma.

          

  36. This is a site for a nosocomial infection:Surgical wounds.

          

  37. Rationale for securing a catheter to the abdomen of a male:It straightens the angle of the penoscrotal junction & reduces pressure on the urethra.

          

  38. This is a site for a nosocomial infection:The urinary tract.

          

  39. This is the amount of time req'd to wash your contaminated hands:10-15 seconds.

          

  40. When this occurs, it is essential to wash your hands:Chlorhexedine gluconate (CHG)

          

  41. Xerostoma can lead to:"Dry mouth."

          

  42. This is the length of the female urethral canal in inches:1in. - 1.5 in.

          

  43. Fire Extinguisher/P.A.S.S. The second step "A" stands for:'Squeeze'. Squeeze the handle.

          

  44. To maintain sterility, maintain this distance from the edge of a sterile package:1 inch.

          

  45. This is a site for a nosocomial infection:Introduce yourself as you approach the Patient.

          

  46. When this occurs, it is essential to wash your hands:Hibeclens

          

  47. Fire Extinguisher/P.A.S.S. The third step "S" stands for:'Pull'. Pull the pin.

          

  48. PPE stands for:Gloves, Gown, Mask.

          

  49. This is the prime mechanism in preventing infection:The lack of proper hand washing.

          

  50. When opening a sterile package, maintain this distance from the edge:1 inch.

          

  51. Fire Extinguisher/P.A.S.S. The fourth step "S" stands for:'Sweep'. Sweep side to side.

          

  52. This part of a trach is removed & cleaned every 2-4 hrs:1in. - 1.5 in.

          

  53. These interventions of the oral cavity are done before radiation therapy of the head or neck:Restorative dental procedures.

          

  54. Fire Extinguisher/P.A.S.S. The first step "P" stands for:'Pull'. Pull the pin.

          

  55. This is a microbial agent used when washing hands:Hibeclens

          

  56. This is the number of cm in which to insert a urinary catheter in male:6 in - 10 in.

          

  57. A male's catheter securement location:Rampant tooth decay in older adults.

          

  58. A patient shows knowledge of xerostoma cleaning when he states he will clean his mouth with:3 cm - 4 cm.

          

  59. When this occurs, it is essential to wash your hands:After caring for a patient.

          

  60. This is the length of the femeal urethral canal in cm:1in. - 1.5 in.

          

  61. This is a site for a nosocomial infection:Introduce yourself as you approach the Patient.

          

  62. This is a microbial agent used when washing hands:Chlorhexedine gluconate (CHG)

          

  63. This is how often an inner trach is removed and cleaned:Surgical wounds.