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Standard Precautions are the infection control techniques used by nursing assistants and Additional Precautions are techniques used by nurses and doctors.
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Standard Precautions protect you and your clients against viruses only.
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If your client has the mumps, it's important to separate his silverware from the other clients.
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It's okay to wear the same gloves all day if you rinse them off between clients.
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If you find a used needle, cap it immediately and put it in your pocket until you can put it in a puncture-resistant container.
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Germs spread by droplet transmission cannot travel as far as those spread by airborne transmission.
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Additional Precautions cover diseases that are spread by...
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Germs spread by airborne transmission can travel...
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If you are exposed to body fluids (like a needle-stick), you should ________ the area immediately and then ________ the incident to your supervisor.
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The easiest way to avoid the spread of infection is through frequent ________.
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