31 Name How should dirty linen be rolled or folded? A) Dirty area is inside (B)…

31 Name How should dirty linen be rolled or folded? A) Dirty area is inside (B) Clean area is inside ird 7. 4ch 1s What is the correct order for doffing (remo ing) PPE (gloves, mask. gowngoggles)? ( Dirty area is on top ndath dirty dirty (D) Clean area is tacked Dirty linen should be (A) Shaken to remove contaminants before 8. 2nd 3rd 4th taking it to the soiled linen room (B) Carried away from the NA’s uniform (D) Stored in the same area as clean linen 7. List guidelines for handling equipment and linen 8. Explain how to handle spills True or False Use each letter only once. 1Clean 2 Dirty 3Disinfection 4. Disposable A nursing assistant does not need to wear gloves to clean up a very small spill. 2 Disinfectant should be placed directly on the spilled fluid before absorbing and removing the fluid. 5. 3. A nursing assistant should use her Sterilization hands to pick up large pieces of broken glass and use a broom and dustpan for smaller pieces. (A) A measure that destroys all microorganisms including pathogens (B) A process that kills pathogens, but does not 4. Waste containing blood or body fluids destroy all pathogens (C) Only to be used once and then discarded (D) In health care, objects that have not been5. should be disposed of in the resident’s trash can and the housekeeping de- partment should be notified. powder may be used to contaminated with pathogens (E) In health care, objects that have been con- An absorbing absorb the spill before removing it. taminated with pathogens 9. Explain Transmission-Based Precautions Multiple Choice many times can disposable equipment be used before it needs to be discarded? ist the type of precaution being de (A) Three times (B) One time (C) Two times if it is washed in between cautions. Each letter may be used more than once Short Answer phrase below. Use an A for Airborne Precautions, a C for Contact Precautions, or a D for Droplet Pre. uses (D) Indefinitely if it is sterilized in between 1. Transmission can occur when touch- ing a contaminated area on the resi- dent’s body uses