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1 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt Don’t Eat Poop Clean Me Up Scotty Those Nasty Critters Stop The Spread CD Champions
2 Everyone needs to do this before they eat: 100: Don’t Eat Poop
3 What is: Hand Hygiene 100: Don’t Eat Poop
4 Gloves are a great barrier for: 200: Don’t Eat Poop
5 What is: icky stuff that you can see, (microorganisms can still find their way thru the tiny holes no gloves are 100% impermeable) 200: Don’t Eat Poop
6 When a client tells you they have been vomiting and had diarrhea you should 300: Don’t Eat Poop
7 Use contact precautions when caring for them until you determine why (eg. medication or food or virus etc.) 300: Don’t Eat Poop
8 True or False: Wearing gloves is a reasonable alternative to cleaning your hands 400: Don’t Eat Poop
9 False: Gloves have micro-pores so organisms/germs can wiggle through 400: Don’t Eat Poop
10 The most effective way to prevent transmission of infections: 500: Don’t Eat Poop
11 What is: Hand Hygiene 500: Don’t Eat Poop
12 What cleaning solution should be used to clean surfaces in any health care setting? 100: Clean Me Up Scotty
13 What is: A low level cleaner/disinfectant 100: Clean Me Up Scotty
14 Something that makes it very difficult to keep any place clean (home, office or treatment area) 200 Clean Me Up Scotty
15 What is: Clutter 200 Clean Me Up Scotty
16 Cleaning category of equipment that is used on intact skin (e.g. Blood pressure cuff, patient safety glasses) 300 Clean Me Up Scotty
17 What is: Non-critical 300 Clean Me Up Scotty
18 True/False: Antibiotic resistant bacteria requires a special disinfectant 400 Clean Me Up Scotty
19 What is: False 400 Clean Me Up Scotty
20 True or False? You can pour bleach onto a surface that has dried blood on it to disinfect it 500 Clean Me Up Scotty
21 What is: False, (first clean with soap and water) 500 Clean Me Up Scotty
22 Some strains of this common bacteria are resistant to antibiotics 100 Those Nasty Critters
23 What is: MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus) 100 Those Nasty Critters
24 Seasonal outbreaks of this viral respiratory infection can cause serious illness in at risk populations 200 Those Nasty Critters
25 What is: Influenza 200 Those Nasty Critters
26 These organisms are not neutralized by antibiotics 300 Those Nasty Critters
27 What are: Viruses 300 Those Nasty Critters
28 Name 4 illnesses you should be vaccinated for 400 Those Nasty Critters
29 What are: measles, mumps, rubella, polio, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, varicella, influenza, hepatitis B 400 Those Nasty Critters
30 This highly contagious virus causes vomiting/diarrhea 500 Those Nasty Critters
31 What is: Norovirus 500 Those Nasty Critters
32 Do this before each interaction with a client to determine the infectious risk 100 Stop The Spread
33 What is: a risk assessment 100 Stop The Spread
34 Aside from hand hygiene – what are 2 practices that are included in Routine Practices ? 200 Stop The Spread
35 What is: PCRA, appropriate use of PPE, sharps safety, routine cleaning and disinfection of equipment and environment 200 Stop The Spread
36 True/False: Artificial nails or gel nails are fine to wear to work 300 Stop The Spread
37 False, they can tear gloves and have been genetically linked to infections in the patient (hospital data) 300 Stop The Spread
38 The most effective person to wear a mask if supplies are limited 400 Stop The Spread
39 The person with the symptoms (source control) 400 Stop The Spread
40 This is the most common route for transmission of germs in health care settings 500 Stop The Spread
41 What is : Contaminated hands 500 Stop The Spread
42 True/False: Prescription eye glasses are sufficient to wear to protect the mucus membranes of your eyes 100 CD Champions
43 False: Spray and aerosolized germs can easily spray up and under those glasses 100 CD Champions
44 What you do when you notice several patients/staff are nauseous/vomiting or have diarrhea 200 CD Champions
45 What is: Notify nurse leader and infection control, use contact precautions. 200 CD Champions
46 Routine practices are used when 300 CD Champions
47 All the time for everyone 300 CD Champions
48 This must be done prior to disinfection and/or sterilization 400 CD Champions
49 What is: disassembly and cleaning (scrubbing) 400 CD Champions
50 Who’s job is Infection Control? 500 CD Champions
51 What is: YOURS, EVERYONES 500 CD Champions
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