"Universal precautions" means:
a. Saliva is considered a body fluid.
b. All DCHW's must take precautions before each dental appointment.
All precautions are always necessary.
d. All patients are treated alike (potentially infectious).
e. Only simple precautions are needed for some patients.
When DCHW's anticipate exposure to blood or OPIM, which of the following must
be worn as outer garments over underclothes?
a. Hospital scrubs (with long sleeve outer garment available).
b. Washable cloth gowns.
Smocks or lab coats.
d. Disposable gowns.
e. Any of the above.
Gloves must be:
a. Cleaned using sterile gauze on the outside surface.
b. Changed between patients.
Worn during patient treatment.
d. "b" and "c" above.
e. "a," "b," and "c" above.