Personal protective equipment (PPE)(P1.090)
  • 1. In a sterile environment, "body suit" is referred to as:
A) disposable lint-free gown with hood and boots covers made of low-permeability fabric
B) reusable lint-free gown with hood and boots covers made of low-permeability fabric
C) reusable and preferably washable cotton gown with hood and boots covers made of low-permeability fabric
D) disposable lint-free gown with separate hat or hoodie and boots covers made of highly permeability fabric
  • 2. In a sterile environment, "breakthrough time" is defined as:
A) time required to break the sterile environment
B) maximum allowed time to make a preparations
C) the time between when a harmful chemical touches unprotected skin and starts breaching the skin
D) break between sterile compounding preparations
  • 3. Which of the following is NOT a PPE requirement?
A) ensure PPE are in compliance with SDS and provides adequate and appropriate protection against hazards, the sterile environment, and the compounded preparation
B) assess PPE for degradation, breakthrough time, and permeability
C) ensure PPE is lint-free and does not generate particulates
D) ensure PPE is compliant with standards of practice
E) ensure PPE has opening where the food or drinks can safely be consumed
  • 4. Who can enter the "Ante Room"?
A) authorized personnel only
B) the patient so to ensure process is done correctly
C) facility cleaning crew members
D) Dr Hoover
  • 5. Once in the Ante Room, you should
A) sanitize hands with alcohol-based hand rub before donning sterile gloves
B) wash hands and forearms
C) pull the hood of the body suit over your head, if required
D) all options are correct
  • 6. Upon entering "Buffer Room", you should
A) you may keep wearing the same pair of gloves on indefinitely until you are done, as long as they are clean
B) disinfect gloves with 30% Sterile IPA
C) you may keep the body suit on indefinitely until you are done
D) allow gloves to dry
  • 7. While exiting "non-hazardous Buffer room", remove all disposable garb and discard appropriately; decontaminate reusable garg as appropriate
A) true
B) false
  • 8. While exiting "hazardous Buffer room", remove all disposable garb and discard appropriately; decontaminate reusable garg as appropriate
A) false
B) true
  • 9. What corrective measure can be applied in the event of spill or splash?
A) remove and replace body suit, gloves, and other affected PPE
B) clean it with napkin
C) both A and B
D) no corrective measure necessary
  • 10. What are three ways to ensure lowest risk of contamination?
A) routine microbial contamination testing of water used to wash hands
B) performing fingertip touch test to make ensure staff competency maintaining sterility
C) all options are correct
D) visual inspection of PPE looking for tears, abrasions, or notable contamination
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