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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NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.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 Veterinary Hospital Pathogens: Hospital Design and Special Considerations

1. To minimize bacterial colonization, hospital flooring should be
2. Floor drains should be placed
3. What areas of the hospital should receive special consideration for infection control during the hospital design phase?
4. Windows in surgical suites should
5. A cocker spaniel puppy with suspected pneumonia and possible distemper presents to a hospital with a single isolation unit already containing a Labrador retriever puppy infected with parvovirus. There are no other hospitals in the area with an isolation unit to accept one of the puppies. The best option is to
6. Which type of flooring is ideal in patient care areas of a hospital?
7. The solution used in footbaths should contain
8. Which statement regarding precautions in isolation units is false?
9. The floor of the surgical suite should be disinfected
10. Which of the following is/are reported as effective for presurgical hand antisepsis?
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