Test On OSHA/ BBP/Infectious Diseases

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1. OSHA recommends that all works who may come into contact with blood be vaccinated to HBV.
2. HIV can cause flu-like illness with fever, aches, and swollen glands.
3. OSHA has introduced a standard based on guidelines developed by the CDC designed to protect you from blood borne diseases and TB.
4. A carrier of HBV or HIV may have no symptoms but can spread the disease to others.
5. Which should be done first after an exposure
6. Blood tests are used to determine if HIV or HBV infection has occurred.
7. Blood is the most common source of HIV and HBV in the workplace
8. Universal precautions should be observed when working with which group
9. Dried blood on surfaces of equipment cannot infect you
10. If recapping used needles is necessary, you should always use the one-handed scoop method or a recapping device to prevent needle stick injury
11. Which tasks require wearing protective gloves?
12. Masks and protective eyewear are designed to protect you from...
13. Clearly marked puncture-resistant containers should be available to dispose of used needles or other disposable sharps
14. Which activity can’t spread HIV or HBV
15. You can get HIV or HBV from puncture wounds, broken skin contact, and mucous membrane contact
16. TB is a respiratory infection spread by the droplet method. (put into air when a person coughs, sneezes, laughs, of sings)
17. Classic symptoms of TB disease include cough, night sweats, appetite loss, and fever, shortness of breath, chest pain, and fatigue
18. A positive PPD (Tb test) always means you have infectious TB
19. If you have a positive TB test you should not come back to work until you have been cleared by a medical professional