Training Module 3 Quiz

AHRQ Safety Program for Long-Term Care: HAIs/CAUTI

Personal Protective Equipment

1. Personal protective equipment (PPE) can reduce contamination of health care personnel hands and clothes. True False
2. PPE includes gloves, gowns, masks, and goggles. True False
3. Gowns should be worn when splashing or spraying of blood or other body fluids could occur during resident care. True False
4. Gloves should be worn when in contact with blood and other body fluids, secretions, nonintact skin, and other potentially infectious substances. True False
5. When removing a gown, it should be turned inside out in a peeling motion and then held away from the body until discarded. True False
6. Gloves should be changed if moving from a contaminated body site, such as a wound, to a clean body site. True False
7. PPE should be worn during all resident care activities. True False
8. Gloves should be used on all residents in the same room as long as they are not visibly soiled. True False
9. Hand hygiene should be performed immediately before and after using PPE. True False
10. When emptying a urinary catheter collection bag, wearing gloves, a gown, and a face shield would be appropriate. True False
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Internet Citation: Training Module 3 Quiz. Content last reviewed March 2017. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.