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QUESTIONNAIRE

1. Which data should be used for patient identification?


a)
MRN No.
b)
Bed No.
c)
Both of the above
d)
None of the above
a)
b)
c)
d)

2. Who are vulnerable patients?


Patients < 16 yrs
Patients > 65 yrs
Both of the above
None of the above

a)
b)
c)
d)

3. Patient rights include:


Confidentiality / Privacy
Dignity
Information
All of the above
4.

Which is the most important measure to ensure infection control?


a) Fumigation
b) Patient isolation
c) Hand-washing
d) None of the above

5.

Fill in the blanks:


Emergency Event

Code

Dial Number

Cardiac Arrest/ Patient collapse


Fire
Security threat (fight)
Hazardous material spillage

a)
b)
c)
d)

6. Patient fall resulting in hip fracture is a.


Sentinel event
Near miss
Minor adverse event
None of the above
7.

RACE is.
a) Rare Alarm Check Exit
b) Rescue, Alarm, Confine and Extinguish/Evacuate
c) Rate According to Cost Expenses
d) None of the above

8.

Fire can be extinguished by using .


a) Fire extinguisher, Sprinkler system, Fire hydrant System
b) Smoke
c) Acid
d) None of the above

9.

Is there any alternative to Standard Precautions?


a. YES
b. NO

10. What are the components of Standard Precautions?


a) Hand Hygiene
b) Use of Personnel protective equipment (PPE) like cap, mask, gloves, aprons, gowns, whenever
indicated during patient care.
c) Immunization of health care worker against Hepatitis B
d) Proper biomedical waste management.
e) Proper handling and disposal of sharps.
f) All of the above.
11. When to observe Standard Precautions?
a) For all patients and all times.
b) For some patients
c) For none
d) For patients of certain age or sex.
12. What are the WHO five moments of hand hygiene?
a) Before touching a Patient.
b) Before Clean/ Aseptic Procedure.
c) After body fluid exposure risk.
d) After touching a patient.
e) After touching patient surroundings.
f) All of the above.
13. Please put the correct sequence of steps of Hand Hygiene.

A. Rub hands palm to palm.

C. Palm to palm with fingers interlaced.

B. Right palm over left dorsum with fingers interlaced and Vice versa.

D. Back of fingers to opposing palm with fingers interlocked.


G. Wrists.
F. Rotational; rubbing backwards and forwards with clasped fingers of right hand in left
palm and vice versa.

E. Rotational Rubbing of left thumb clasped in right palm and vice versa.

Please tick the correct option:


A,F,C,D,E,B, G

A,C,D,E,F,B, G

A, B, D, C, F, G

A,B,C,D,E,F, G

14. What are the common causes of needle stick injury or exposure of mucous membrane to infectious
material?
a) Recapping of needles
b) PPE not used wherever indicated.
c) Improper Disposal (wrong segregation) of biomedical waste in wrong color coded bags.
d) All of the above.
15. What all things we should do in case of needle stick injury or exposure of mucous membrane to
infectious material (e.g blood, fluids etc)?
a. First aid: Wash the site with lots of water and soap.
b. Immediate reporting to A & E department.
c. Post exposure Prophylaxis whenever required.
d. Reporting of Serological investigations to HIC department.
e. All of the above.

16. Please segregate the biomedical waste according to the BMW policy (Red bag, Yellow bag, Sharp
box)
a) Gloves after use, in ___________
b) Cannula in ____________
c) Needles without cap, in_____________
d) Laboratory specimen in vacutainers, in____________
e) Used Cotton and casts in ____________