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POST TEST INFECTION CONTROL: BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

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POST TEST INFECTION CONTROL: BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

Question 1. Diseases caused by bloodborne pathogens. Includes all EXCEPT:





Question 2. Symptoms of hepatitis include:




Question3. An example of an engineering control used to reduce the risk of acquiring a bloodborne pathogen is:




Question 4. An example of a work practice used to reduce the risk of acquiring a bloodborne pathogen is:



Question 5. In the community, bloodborne pathogens are spread by sexual contact and intravenous drug use.


Question 6. For an infection to spread, a source of infec tion, a mode of transmission, and a susceptible host must be present.



Question 7. Which is a type of exposure incident?




Question 8. A vaccine exists to prevent hepatitis C.


Question 9. Hepatitis C is most commonly associated with blood transfusions.


Question 10. Which is/are element(s) of an exposure control plan?





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