2020 Assisted Field Staff WC Safety Test

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2020 Assisted Field Staff WC Safety Test

October 22, 2021

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When would you be required to perform hand hygiene?
The CDC recommends the use of an alcohol based hand rub as the most effective method for hand hygiene.

All of the following elements are important in cleaning patient care equipment such as thermometers, stethoscopes, PT/INR machines EXCEPT :

The patient you are seeing has a diagnosis of C-Diff. Which hand hygiene should be performed?
You are providing care in a very small apartment. It is difficult to find working space. Where may you correctly and safely place your Care Bag?
You are caring for a patient who resides in a small residential care facility. He spends many hours a day watching "the news."  He asks you if he should be concerned about getting Novel Coronavirus.  Which of the following would be correct information to share with him?
Best Practices for influenza prevention includes all except:
CDC recommends that all persons aged 6 months and older receive an annual influenza vaccine with rare exceptions.

You are concerned the patient you have been asked to see may have TB Disease. Which of the following symptoms is most indicative of Active TB?

Both Active TB Disease and Latent TB Infection are contagious meaning the bacteria can be spread to others.

You are accompanying the patient to ambulate from the living room back to her bed. She is very fatigued and you are concerned she will be too weak; however, she insists she is fine to walk with you and doesn’t require the wheelchair. As the two of you negotiate the corner to the bedroom entrance her knees buckle. You should:

The patient you are visiting spends her days and nights in a recliner. She asks you to help her put on her socks and shoes. Utilizing sound body mechanics, how might you help her perform this task?
Which of the following activities demonstrates safe moving strategies and appropriate use of body mechanics?
You receive a text message while driving between patient homes. You may do the following legally and safely except:
You knock on the door to the patient’s home. Immediately you hear a dog barking loudly. It seems the dog is just on the other side of the door! Your appropriate response should be:
Healthcare workers have a responsibility to assist in prevention of opioid overdose by teaching patients safe opioid management.
A confused patient frequently pinches and tries to scratch you during cares. You are very frustrated by his actions as none of the “therapeutic” responses have worked. You should:
If a chemical in the home is splashed, spilled or ingested, you can obtain product and management information by calling Poison Control or locating the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) in the agency office.
A patient’s Emergency Evacuation Level determines:
Assisted clinicians need to determine if they are available to take on additional patients in a community disaster because the Agency may experience a surge in new patients because hospitals may release less acute patients to accept more critical patients
If your Agency location is unable to function due to loss of power, phones, or the physical structure you should do all of the following EXCEPT:
You are a mandated reporter when it comes to patient abuse. Which of the following suggests there is abuse?
Patient Rights include all of the following EXCEPT:
Submitting visit notes for visits not performed is an example of Medicare Fraud.
Transferring patient face sheets and History & Physicals onto Google Docs on your cellphone is efficient and a safe practice for storing medical records.

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