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14.13: Chapter 4 (Aseptic Technique)

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    Answer Key to Chapter 4 Learning Activities

    1. The five moments of hand hygeine occur: 1) before touching a patient, 2) before a procedure, 3) after a procedure/body fluid exposure risk, 4) after touching a patient, 5) after touching a patient’s surroundings.

    When entering a patient’s room to perform the skill of intermittent catheterization, hand hygeine should be performed:

    • Upon entry into the room
    • After touching the patient’s surroundings and preparing for the procedure
    • Before touching the patient
    • After the procedure/ body fluid exposure risk
    • After touching the patient’s surroundings
    • Upon exiting the room

    2. B – Patient on Clostridium Difficile (C-Diff) contact precautions, D – Hands are visibly soiled

    Answers to interactive elements are given within the interactive element.


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