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.

What To Do In Case Of A Dental Occupational Bloodborne Exposure:

1 - Which can offer lifetime immunity to the Hepatitis B virus?
   The Hepatitis A vaccination series
   The Hepatitis B vaccination series
   The Hepatitis C vaccination series
   None of the above
2 - Which United States government agency regulates protection for healthcare workers from bloodborne exposures?
3 - Any physician can provide you with exposure protocols for bloodborne exposures. It is a very simple process.
4 - The following workers in a dental office are protected by the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Law:
   Dental assistant
   a and b only
5 - Which of the following is considered a bloodborne exposure?
   Splash to unprotected eyes
   Splatter to mucous membranes
   All of the above
6 - When the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) issues new recommendations for postexposure to bloodborne diseases,
   the recommendations can be adapted for use with no further delay.
   OSHA law must be changed in order for new rules to be followed.
   Congress must approve the recommendations.
   the recommendations do not need to be followed to be in compliance with OSHA.
7 - What is the optimum time period to issue appropriate medication in the case of a high-risk exposure?
   Within two hours of the exposure
   Within two days of the exposure
   Within two weeks of the exposure
   Within two months of the exposure
8 - Some of the 1991 OSHA Requirements for the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard include:
   Offer the Hepatitis B vaccine to all employees at risk from bloodborne pathogens at the employer’s expense.
   Provide, without charge, appropriate personal protective equipment.
   Have a plan of action if an exposure occurs.
   All of the above
9 - Since 2001, some of the OSHA Requirements for the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard include:
   Postexposure testing for Hepatitis C.
   Postexposure prophylaxis for HIV exposure.
   Hepatitis B antibody testing after vaccination.
   All of the above.
10 - Which of the following statements is not true:
   OSHA was established by law in 1970.
   Since the establishment of OSHA, the number of occupational deaths has been reduced to over half their number even though the workforce has more than doubled in size.
   The number of worker deaths has increased since OSHA was founded.
   OSHA law was expanded to include healthcare workers in 1991.