February Inservice Post Test By rbbadmin February Inservice Post Test Name 1. Infections can be spread by which of the following practices (check off all that apply): Wiping your nose then continuing with resident care Placing dirty linen on the floor of resident rooms Undercooking meats Washing your hands between care of residents Ignoring precaution signs Touching your mouth, nose or eyes after contact with a phone/doorknob/keyboard contaminated with the flu virus Not changing gloves between residents when providing care2. Standard precautions means you must put on a mask, gown, and gloves when you enter every resident room. True False3. Gloves are to be worn: A. If you could have contact with resident body fluids B. Every time you enter a room with CONTACT precautions C. When feeding a resident A and B4. Put on a gown: A. In every precaution room B. If it is likely your clothes may become soiled with resident body fluids C. When toileting a resident D. B and C5. A regular face mask should be worn by: A. Anyone who is within 3 feet of a resident on DROPLET precautions B. A resident on DROPLET precautions who needs to be transferred outside his/her room C. None of the above D. A and B6. Which of the following symptoms describe the flu versus a cold? Sudden onset of headache/chills/cough Slow onset of sore throat/sneezing/runny nose Muscle aches/fatigue Fever Mild symptoms Feel like you were "knocked off your feet"7. You should stay out of work if you have: A fever Vomiting or diarrhea Flu-like symptoms All of the above Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.