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Journal May 2010 (Vol 32, No 5)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Guidelines for Reducing Pathogens in Veterinary Hospitals: Disinfectant Selection, Cleaning Protocols, and Hand Hygiene

1. Mop water and mop heads should be changed
2. What type of cleaning solution is appropriate for disinfection of thermometers?
3. Prudent management of floor drains involves
4. Good hand hygiene compliance
5. Which is considered a critical device with regard to disinfection?
6. Which statement regarding disinfection of hospital linens is false?
7. Before implementation of staff education and training procedures, the rate of hand hygiene compliance in many human facilities is often
8. After implementation of staff education and training procedures regarding hand hygiene importance, compliance rates often improve to
9. Which characteristic is not ideal for hand antiseptic solutions?
10. When cleaning medical equipment that uses water (e.g., endoscopes, dental units), which of the following steps is necessary?
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