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Choose True or False for all questions:
1. Blood borne pathogens are disease causing organisms carried in human blood.
2. A person could have HIV and not have any symptoms for several years.
3. Change in smell/taste and generalized itching are some of the symptoms of hepatitis.
4. A blood borne pathogen causes tuberculosis.
5. Needlesticks are the most common way that health care workers
have contracted a bloodborne pathogen disease while working.
6. Standard precautions do not apply to patients over 70 years.
7. There is very low risk of contracting Hepatitis C from a single
8. A contaminated needle should be recapped.
9. All hospital personnel should be vaccinated for HIV.
10. Handwashing is the next step to follow after removing your gloves.
11. To prevent splash exposure to blood or body fluids, masks and
goggles should always be worn together.
12. You must always think any patient is a possible carrier of blood
13. Gloves can be worn from one patient to the next patient as long as
they are not torn.
14. Blood contaminated paper towels can be discarded in the regular
15. A person with active TB will usually display signs/symptoms.
16. All hospital employees must have a PPD skin test or TB screening
17. Sharing the same food spreads tuberculosis.
18. All employees who need to wear a N95 mask will have to be fit
tested and receive special training.
19. The treatment for TB lasts for at least 6 months.
20. The best way to prevent the spread of TB is by early identification,
proper isolation, and proper treatment.
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