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1

A student in the clinical setting should do which of the following?

a. Never leave the unit with a patient’s personal identifiable information
b. Discuss patient treatment with only those involved in the care of the patient
c. Avoid discussing the patient in public areas
d. All choices apply

d. All choices apply

2

All employers with hazardous chemicals must have__________for workers to access for pertinent information.

a. HIPAA files
b. Safety Data Sheets
c. an attorney

b. Safety Data Sheets

3

Class ___fires are electrical and can involve electronics, outlets and lighting fixtures

A
B
C
D

C

4

Class____ fires are fueled by flammable gases and liquids such as some cleaning supplies and anesthetic gases.

A
B
C
D

B

5

Engineering controls implemented by the facility include all of the following EXCEPT:

a. safety needles
b. plastic capillary tubes
c. needless devices
d. electronic health record

d. electronic health record

6

HIPAA legislation aims to protect personal health information while allowing for flow of information to provide quality

a. audits
b. legislation
c. healthcare

c. healthcare

7

Hazardous materials found in the clinical setting could include:

a. chemotherapy drugs
b. medical gases
c. all choices apply
d. cleaning chemicals

c. all choices apply

8

Healthcare workers need to be particularly cautious in areas where ____is used

a. oxygen
b. carbon dioxide
c. medical air

a. oxygen

9

How many sections are included in the Safety Data Sheets?

a. 18
b. 12
c. 16
d. 14

c. 16

10

If given the choice while moving a heavy object, you should choose

a. pushing
b. pulling

a. pushing

11

It is most appropriate to perform hand hygiene__________gloves are used

a. before
b. after
c. before & after

c. before & after

12

OSHA requires an employer to provide this vaccination free of charge to an employee who may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens:

a. TDaP
b. Varicella
c. MMR
d. Hepatitis B

d. Hepatitis B

13

OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standards address all of the following EXCEPT

a. HIPAA regulations
b. Hepatitis B Vaccination
c. Personal protective equipment
d. Post exposure responses

a. HIPAA regulations

14

The Standards for Privacy for Individually Identifiable Health Information (“Privacy Rule”) establishes a national standard aimed at protecting certain

a. health administration
b. health information
c. health facilities

b. health information

15

The acronym RACE stands for

a. Run-Alarm-Confine-Exit
b. Run-Alert-Confine-Extinguish
c. Rescue-Alarm-Confine-Extinguish

c. Rescue-Alarm-Confine-Extinguish

16

The following represents the proper order of events following an accidental stick and exposure to potential bloodborne pathogens:

a. contact supervisor, wash area thoroughly, seek medical attention
b. seek medical attention, contact supervisor, wash area thoroughly
c. wash area thoroughly, contact supervisor, seek medical attention

c. wash area thoroughly, contact supervisor, seek medical attention

17

The most effective way to prevent transmission of disease in the healthcare setting is

a. vaccinations
b. hand hygiene
c. antibiotics

b. hand hygiene

18

The primary goal of the Hazard Communication Standard is to

a. ensure employees understand appropriate communication techniques
b. ensure chemical safety in the workplace
c. explain appropriate noise levels in the workplace

b. ensure chemical safety in the workplace

19

The recommendation that all blood and body fluids are treated as infections is called

a. RACE
b. HAZCOM
c. Standard precautions

c. Standard precautions

20

When a fire occurs, _____is the top priority.

a. calling 911
b. pulling the alarm
c. alerting coworkers
d. patient safety

d. patient safety

21

When can you access Private Health Information (PHI)?

a. You may never access private health information
b. For a non-work related inquiry if verbal permission is obtained
c. If it involves treatment or services to the patient assigned to you

c. If it involves treatment or services to the patient assigned to you

22

When lifting a heavy object, it is important to

a. widen stance
b. center yourself to the object
c. bend knees
d. all choices apply

d. all choices apply

23

When lifting objects with significant weight, do NOT use the power of your

a. arms
b. legs
c. back

c. back

24

With Universal and Standard precautions, the fundamental concept is to always keep an ______between you and a potential infectious agent.

a. effective barrier
b. adequate distance
c. alcohol swab

a. effective barrier