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Question 1 of 67
1. QuestionCategory: HIPAA
Patients have the right to review and get copies of their medical record without physician approval.
Question 2 of 67
2. QuestionCategory: HIPAA
Demographic and health information (in paper, electronic or verbal form) is called Protected Health Information (PHI).
Question 3 of 67
3. QuestionCategory: HIPAA
You should use at least 2 ways to identify patients. For example, this may include using patient name and date of birth.
Question 4 of 67
4. QuestionCategory: INFECTION CONTROL
Resuscitation bags should be changed when moist or soiled with secretions and between patients.
Question 5 of 67
5. QuestionCategory: INFECTION CONTROL
Without the Hepatitis B vaccine, the risk after an exposure to HBV infected blood is 6-30%.
Question 6 of 67
6. QuestionCategory: INFECTION CONTROL
Alcohol foam should be used when caring for a patient with C. Difficile.
Question 7 of 67
7. QuestionCategory: INFECTION CONTROL
Which pathogen is of most concern when there is a blood or body fluid exposure?
Question 8 of 67
8. QuestionCategory: INFECTION CONTROL
What are the most common ways blood borne pathogens are transmitted in the healthcare setting?
Question 9 of 67
9. QuestionCategory: ABUSE/NEGLECT
Workplace violence is any action that may involve which of the following?
Question 10 of 67
10. QuestionCategory: EMPLOYEE SAFETY, RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITES
Harassing or offensive behavior is judged on the:
Question 11 of 67
11. QuestionCategory: EMPLOYEE SAFETY, RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITES
RT’s do not have to respond to a Rapid Response unless it specifically relates to a respiratory condition.
Question 12 of 67
12. QuestionCategory: INFECTION CONTROL
The leading serious complication from RSV is:
Question 13 of 67
13. QuestionCategory: AGE-SPECIFIC GUIDELINES
Which group should be included in decisions regarding their care?
Question 14 of 67
14. QuestionCategory: AGE-SPECIFIC GUIDELINES
Which of the following adaptations may be necessary when treating older adults?
Question 15 of 67
15. QuestionCategory: EMPLOYEE SAFETY, RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITES
What types of fires must be reported?
Question 16 of 67
16. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
During a fire emergency, phone use should be limited to patient care or emergency use only.
Question 17 of 67
17. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
If a minor fire is burning in close proximity to piped medical gases, it is indicated to shut off the medical gas.
Question 18 of 67
18. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
If a medical device is involved in a possible patient injury, the appropriate procedure is to completely strip down and clean that medical device before putting it back into service.
Question 19 of 67
19. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
All patients with tracheostomies should have a resuscitation bag and appropriate back up equipment at their bedside at all times.
Question 20 of 67
20. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
Self-inflating bags with air flow on will deliver air/O2 to patients even while bag is not compressed.
Question 21 of 67
21. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
It is ok to use Heliox to power medication nebulizers.
Question 22 of 67
22. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
What is the most important thing to do when using the Passy-Muir Speaking valve?
Question 23 of 67
23. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
Which of the following are prohibited from transport in the pneumatic tube system?
Question 24 of 67
24. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
When visually checking equipment it is necessary to check cords are tight, wheels locked and safety shields are in place.
Question 25 of 67
25. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
Large spills are those greater than 50 mls or unmanageable by an employee.
Question 26 of 67
26. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
You do not need to be a trained employee to handle a small mercury spill.
Question 27 of 67
27. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
All compressed gas cylinders must be properly secured in an upright position by cable, chain, or other suitable means.
Question 28 of 67
28. QuestionCategory: ENVIRONMENT OF CARE
Medical gas cylinders are to be kept away from radiators, steam pipes and other sources of heat.
Question 29 of 67
29. QuestionCategory: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Follow up is the final step in handling customer complaints.
Question 30 of 67
30. QuestionCategory: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Take immediate steps to resolve the patient’s issue because it indicates you feel the customer and the problem are important.
Question 31 of 67
31. QuestionCategory: CUSTOMER SERVICE
It is appropriate to use a family member as an interpreter if you don’t speak the patient’s language.
Question 32 of 67
32. QuestionCategory: PATIENT RIGHTS AND NATIONAL PATIENT SAFETY GOALS
A 2017 National Patient Safety Goal for a Hospital setting is to make improvements to ensure that alarms on medical equipment are heard and responded to on time.
Question 33 of 67
33. QuestionCategory: PATIENT RIGHTS AND NATIONAL PATIENT SAFETY GOALS
A 2018 National Patient Safety Goal for a Hospital includes to use at least 2 patient identifiers.
Question 34 of 67
34. QuestionCategory: ABUSE/NEGLECT
Some signs of child abuse include emotional abuse, failure to thrive, and threatened sexual abuse.
Question 35 of 67
35. QuestionCategory: ABUSE/NEGLECT
Every state has a “Safe Haven law” or Safe Place for Newborns Program. Each states law varies somewhat, but these laws make it possible to leave your unharmed newborn in a safe place (such as Firefighter, Police Officer, EMT or Hospital employee).
Question 36 of 67
36. QuestionCategory: ABUSE/NEGLECT
Give examples of reportable types of maltreatment.
Question 37 of 67
37. QuestionCategory: ABUSE/NEGLECT
Neglect is defined as failure to provide for basic needs of food, shelter, healthcare and sleep.
Question 38 of 67
38. QuestionCategory: ETHICS AND DIVERSITY
It is absolutely forbidden for any employee to punish or conduct reprisals against another employee who has reported a suspected violation of the law at a facility.
Question 39 of 67
39. QuestionCategory: ETHICS AND DIVERSITY
If you have a preexisting relationship with a patient in your work assigned area:
Question 40 of 67
40. QuestionCategory: RESTRAINTS
A restraint is any method of restricting freedom of movement or normal access to one’s body.
Question 41 of 67
41. QuestionCategory: RESTRAINTS
Restraints may be physical, chemical or forensic.
Question 42 of 67
42. QuestionCategory: RESTRAINTS
You do not need a physician order or patient assessment to use restraints.
Question 43 of 67
43. QuestionCategory: ETHICS AND DIVERSITY
Staff members may not refuse to provide care, if that refusal jeopardizes patient care.
Question 44 of 67
44. QuestionCategory: MEDICATION SAFETY
Patients should bring an up-to-date list of medicines every time they visit a doctor.
Question 45 of 67
45. QuestionCategory: MEDICATION SAFETY
You do not need to take extra care with patients who take medicine to thin their blood.
Question 46 of 67
46. QuestionCategory: MEDICATION SAFETY
You should make sure a patient knows which medicines to take when they are home.
Question 47 of 67
47. QuestionCategory: SAFE PATIENT HANDLING & PREVENTION OF FALLS
Encourage patients to help with transfers as much as possible.
Question 48 of 67
48. QuestionCategory: SAFE PATIENT HANDLING & PREVENTION OF FALLS
Which is a good rule when transferring patients?
Question 49 of 67
49. QuestionCategory: SAFE PATIENT HANDLING & PREVENTION OF FALLS
All patients should be assessed for their risk of falling.
Question 50 of 67
50. QuestionCategory: SAFE PATIENT HANDLING & PREVENTION OF FALLS
You should always make sure bedrails are up and the bed height is at its lowest level to avoid falls.
Question 51 of 67
51. QuestionCategory: PAIN MANAGEMENT
Even as a respiratory therapist, you should routinely address pain levels with patients.
Question 52 of 67
52. QuestionCategory: PAIN MANAGEMENT
You do not need to communicate pain or its management with other care providers.
Question 53 of 67
53. QuestionCategory: PAIN MANAGEMENT
It is essential to identify a common pain language with patients.
Question 54 of 67
54. QuestionCategory: PRESSURE ULCER/BED SORES
It is estimated there are 1.7 million patients who develop pressure ulcers per year in the United States. What percent of hospitalized patients in a critical care setting are likely to develop pressure ulcers?
Question 55 of 67
55. QuestionCategory: PRESSURE ULCER/BED SORES
The best way to prevent pressure ulcers/bedsores is to have medical staff provide a thorough patient assessment.
Question 56 of 67
56. QuestionCategory: ADVANCED DIRECTIVES
Advanced Directives are designed only to be addressed to the elderly, sick population.
Question 57 of 67
57. QuestionCategory: ADVANCED DIRECTIVES
Advanced Directives helps clarify your health care goals so providers can respect your wishes when providing care.
Question 58 of 67
58. QuestionCategory: ADVANCED DIRECTIVES
Advanced Directives is a process of planning health care treatment options and whether you want to appoint a health care agent or complete a health care directive.
Question 59 of 67
59. QuestionCategory: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
An emergency may be either an internal or external disaster in which you should know your role and reporting locations.
Question 60 of 67
60. QuestionCategory: PRESSURE ULCER/BED SORES
As of 2008, Medicare/Medicaid will no longer reimburse hospital costs for conditions that were not present upon admission.
Question 61 of 67
61. QuestionCategory: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
You do not need to be familiar with sheltering, relocation and evacuation plans during an emergency.
Question 62 of 67
62. QuestionCategory: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Most hospitals will have a Hospital Incident Command System with an Incident Commander, Safety Officer and Resource/Liaison Leader
Question 63 of 67
63. QuestionCategory: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Individual staff members are accountable to:
Question 64 of 67
64. QuestionCategory: DRUGS IN THE WORKPLACE
If you suspect another health care provider or non-clinical staff of being on drugs/alcohol, the best course of action would be to:
Question 65 of 67
65. QuestionCategory: UNIVERSAL ALERTS
Although the following list may not be the alerts for all facilities CORE assists staffing with, they are considered Universal alerts.
RAPID RESPONSE TEAM
Fire and/or Smoke Detected
Aggressive Individual-Assistance Needed
Patient in need of immediate medical assistance.
Combative Individual with Weapon
Question 66 of 67
66. QuestionCategory: MEDICARE FRAUD, WASTE, AND ABUSE TRAINING
Medicare Fraud, Waste and Abuse Compliance Training is also mandatory.
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Question 67 of 67
67. QuestionCategory: Self Assess
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