Infection Control Basics J-parody

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