Online Infection Prevention - Course Quiz:

If you achieve a score of 70% or higher (seven out of ten), you will receive one hour of Continuing Education (CE) credit accredited by the Arizona Dental Association. Each test is $20.00 for AzDA members and $40.00 for Non-AzDA members. A portion of the proceeds will be dedicated to supporting charitable dental events organized by the AzDA Cares Foundation. AzDA operates as a Continuing Education Recognition Program (CERP) provider under the guidance of the American Dental Association.

Dental Preparation For The Flu:

1 - Diarrhea and vomiting may be two of the signs and symptoms of novel H1N1 flu virus.
2 - The best way to be protected from the seasonal flu virus is to:
   know the signs and symptoms of seasonal flu.
   get vaccinated yearly.
   use proper personal protective equipment.
   screen patients for signs of respiratory illness.
3 - To protect staff and patients from novel H1N1 flu virus:
   Screen patients for signs of respiratory illness and do not treat.
   Get vaccinated when H1N1 vaccine becomes available.
   Use proper personal protective equipment.
   All of the above.
4 - The number one way to prevent the spread of infection is by:
   Getting vaccinated.
   Using personal protective equipment.
   Covering your cough
   Washing your hands.
   All of the above.
5 - The seasonal flu shot contains a live flu virus that can give you the flu.
6 - Recommendations for screening and educating patients with a febrile respiratory illness can:
   Only be used for novel H1N1 flu virus.
   Only be used for patients with seasonal flu.
   Be used for any patient ill with a febrile respiratory illness.
   None of the above.
7 - The following are included in Standard Precautions:
   Hand hygiene
   Gloves and mask
   All of the above
8 - The following are to be used for Droplet Precautions (hint -- refer to signs):
   Mask with goggles or mask with face shield
   A N-95 fit-tested respirator
   A Powered, Air-Purifying Respirator (PAPR).
9 - If the novel H1N1 flu virus is making large numbers of the population ill you should:
   Close your office.
   Screen your patients and staff for disease.
   Teach patients and staff control measures.
   b. and c. only
10 - Currently health officials monitoring the novel H1N1 flu virus are:
   Confirming every case by laboratory testing.
   Conserving their resources by tracking severe or fatal cases.
   Vaccinating all high-risk groups
   Confident that the pandemic is resolving.