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Jeopardy Don’t Eat Poop Clean Me Up Scotty Those Nasty Critters IC Champions Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Don’t Eat Poop All patients need to do this before they eat
$100 Don’t Eat Poop What is: Hand hygiene
$200 Don’t Eat Poop Gloves are a great barrier for:
$200 Don’t Eat Poop What is: icky stuff that you can see
$300 Don’t Eat Poop True or False: Wearing gloves is a reasonable alternative to cleaning your hands
$300 Don’t Eat Poop False: Gloves have micro-pores so organisms/germs can wiggle through
$400 Don’t Eat Poop Use this when caring for a patient/resident with Cdifficle
$400 Don’t Eat Poop What is Contact precautions
$500 Don’t Eat Poop The most effective way to prevent transmission of infections:
$500 Don’t Eat Poop What is: Hand hygiene
$100 Clean Me Up Scotty What you do with any equipment used on a patient under precautions
$100 Clean Me Up Scotty What is: Clean and disinfect it before using on another
$200 Clean Me Up Scotty Something that makes it very difficult for housekeeping to clean patients/residents rooms
$200 Clean Me Up Scotty What is: Clutter
$300 Clean Me Up Scotty Category of equipment used on intact skin
$300 Clean Me Up Scotty What is: Non-critical
$400 Clean Me Up Scotty This organism lives for very long periods of time on surfaces
$400 Clean Me Up Scotty What is: C difficle
$500 Clean Me Up Scotty True or False? You can spray bleach onto a surface that has dried blood to disinfect it
$500 Clean Me Up Scotty What is: False
$100 Those Nasty Critters Some strains of this common bacteria are resistant to antibiotics
$100 Those Nasty Critters What is: MRSA
$200 Those Nasty Critters Seasonal outbreaks of this viral respiratory infection can cause serious illness in the very young, chronically ill, and elderly
$200 Those Nasty Critters What is: Influenza
$300 Those Nasty Critters These organisms/germs are not affected by antibiotics
$300 Those Nasty Critters What is: Viruses
$400 Those Nasty Critters This highly contagious virus causes vomiting/diarrhea
$400 Those Nasty Critters What is: Norovirus
$500 Those Nasty Critters Overuse of this causes an increase in resistance
$500 Those Nasty Critters What is: Antibiotics
$100 Stop the Spread This is the most common route for transmission of germs in health care settings
$100 Stop the Spread What is : Contaminated hands
$200 Stop the Spread The injection of weakened or dead germs which allows our immune system to develop a protective response to them should we be exposed to them in the future
$200 Stop the Spread What is: vaccination/immunization
$300 Stop the Spread Aside from hand hygiene – what are 2 practices that are included in Routine Practices
$300 Stop the Spread What is: PCRA, appropriate use of PPE, sharps safety, routine cleaning and disinfection of equipment and environment
$400 Stop the Spread What you should do if you notice a patient has symptoms of potentially infectious vomiting/diarrhea
$400 Stop the Spread What is: Inform person in charge and use contact precautions when caring for them
$500 Stop the Spread When should Routine Precautions be used?
$500 Stop the Spread What is: All the time for everyone
Final Jeopardy Who’s job is Infection Control?
Final Jeopardy Answer What is: YOURS, EVERYONES
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