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  1. 2008 Student Packet Test When you have completed the packet turn in the answer sheet to your instructor or if you are attending orientation at the hospital turn in the answer sheet to the Education Director.

  2. Student Packet Test • Any person or entity that knowingly submits a false or fraudulent claim for payment of funds for medical treatment is liable for penalties and fines. • True • False

  3. Student Packet Test 2. Why is Teamwork important? a. Boosts morale. b. Increases customer satisfaction. c. Actively involves everyone. d. Increases productivity and output. e. All the above.

  4. Student Packet Test 3. Being physically fit decreases the likelihood of experiencing an ergonomic type injury. • True • False

  5. Student Packet Test 4. Gloves are the only medical device which pose a risk for healthcare workers with latex allergies. • True • False

  6. Student Packet Test 5. Continual Quality Improvement is only a concern for administration. • True • False

  7. Student Packet Test 6. Appropriate patient identifiers when providing patient care include • Name and room number • Name and account number • Room number and account number

  8. Student Packet Test 7. For telephone orders or telephonic reporting of critical test results verify the complete order or test result by having the person receiving the order or test result “read-back” the complete order or test result. • True • False

  9. Student Packet Test 8. All medications and med containers (e.g. syringes, medicine cups,basins) should be labeled even when on a sterile field. • True • False

  10. Student Packet Test 9. All cases of unanticipated death or major permanent loss of function related to a health-care associated infection should be managed as a sentinel event. • True • False

  11. Student Packet Test 10. A complete and accurate list of medications should be provided to each patient on discharge. • True • False

  12. Student Packet Test 11. Green lap blankets should be used when transporting patients by wheelchair to indicate the patient is at an increased risk for falls. • True • False

  13. Student Packet Test 12. One of the 2007 Patient Safety Goals includes encouraging the patient to be actively involved in their own care as a patient safety strategy. • True • False

  14. Student Packet Test 13. An impaired licensed independent practitioner is defined as one who is unable to provide care, treatment, or services with reasonable skill and safety to patients because of a physical or mental illness, including deterioration through the aging process or loss of motor skill or excessive use or abuse of drugs including alcohol. • True • False

  15. Student Packet Test 14. Which of the following statements is true? a. It is OK to wait several days before reporting a needlestick or blood exposure because treatment can be started at any time b. If a healthcare worker is scratched with a needle, this does not need to be reported as exposures from deep needlesticks have a higher risk for transmission of bloodborne pathogens c. Never re-cap a needle after the needle has had any contact with blood or body fluids d. Healthcare workers should contact an environmental services worker to change out a needle box only when needles and syringes completely fill the box and no further needles may be added

  16. Student Packet Test 15. Which of the following statements is true? a. N-95 masks may be folded and kept in the pocket for future use. b. N-95 masks must be worn in an airborne precaution room. c. It is OK to wear any N-95 mask if it fits comfortably and/or you do not remember your mask size.

  17. Student Packet Test 16. Common injuries that can occur when ergonomic safety is not practiced are a. Strains b. Sprains c. Repetitive motion injuries d. Any of the above

  18. Student Packet Test 17. A work station that is too low is harmful to the back. a. True b. False

  19. Student Packet Test 18. One thing you should do when standing for long periods of time is a. Put one foot up on a raised surface and change positions often b. Wear high heeled shoes c. Stand with knees locked

  20. Student Packet Test 19. The proper process for reporting an injury is to a. Wait 24 hours to see if symptoms resolve and if they do not report to the ED b. Report injury immediately to supervisor, complete an occurrence report, and obtain medical treatment in Employee Health Services c. Go to your family physician and follow his instructions

  21. Student Packet Test 20. Where can you find a list of patient rights? a. Posted beside the elevators in the front lobby and Outpatient Services b. In the Policy Manual c. In the Patient Handbook d. All of the above

  22. Student Packet Test 21. Which of the following is an example of a patient right? a. Privacy b. Confidentiality c. Secure Environment d. All of the above

  23. Student Packet Test 22. A sentinel event is an event which results in unanticipated death or major permanent loss of function, not related to the natural course of the patient’s illness or underlying condition. a. True b. False

  24. Student Packet Test 23. Hazardous chemicals should be disposed a. In red bags with the other biohazardous waste b. By pouring them down the sink c. Only after consulting the MSDS sheet for the approved method, if unsure

  25. Student Packet Test 24. Hand washing is required a. Only if you do not wear gloves b. Only at the end of your shift c. Even when you wear gloves

  26. Student Packet Test 25. Standard precautions apply to a. Only to patients diagnosed with HIV b. Only to patients who have had a bio-terrorism exposure c. All patients

  27. Student Packet Test 26. Tuberculosis is a. Only a health risk for the elderly b. Spread from person to person through the air c. No longer a health care concern in the United States

  28. Student Packet Test 27. What is a nosocomial (health care associated) infection? a. An infection the patient got at home b. An infection the patient got at the mall c. An infection the patient got while in the hospital

  29. Student Packet Test 28. What are the three types of isolation? a. Contact, Standard, Respiratory b. Contact, Airborne, Droplet c. Contact, Universal, Respiratory

  30. Student Packet Test 29. Some examples of personal protective equipment are gloves and gowns. a. True b. False

  31. Student Packet Test 30. An example of what should go in a red bag (biohazard) is: a. A blood bag after completion of the infusion b. A chest tube c. Gauze saturated with blood d. All the above

  32. Student Packet Test 31. Who is the Patient Safety Officer for Redmond? a. Debbie Smith b. Ann Stocks c. Trip Enfall

  33. Student Packet Test 32. HIPAA information can be disposed of the the regular trash. a. True b. False

  34. Student Packet Test 33. A warning sign that a person may be suffering from abuse is bruises in various stages of healing. a. True b. False

  35. Student Packet Test 34. It is okay to share your User ID and Password with co-workers with the same job function as yours. a. True b. False

  36. Code White Code Gray Code Triage Code Orange Code Red Code Pink 35. Fire 36. Pediatric Abduction 37. External Disaster (Multiple Casualty Event) 38. Adult Patient Elopement 39. Hazardous Materials Event 40. Bomb Threat Student Packet TestMatching