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  The Quiz:

For a score of at least 70% (seven out of ten) you will be issued one hour of CE credit through the Arizona Dental Association (AzDA). There is a $20.00 processing fee for AzDA members and $40 for Non-AzDA members for each test submitted. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Arizona Dental Foundation for its charitable dental events. All tests will be handled confidentially. AzDA is a Continuing Education Recognition Program (CERP) provider conducted under the auspices of the American Dental Association.
1 - Dental employers are required by OSHA law to provide the following vaccination for DHCP that will be exposed to bloodborne pathogens in the course of their work:
   Hepatitis A.
   Hepatitis B.
   Hepatitis C.

2 - Dental employers are required by OSHA law to provide the testing for antibodies after vaccination for:
   Hepatitis A.
   Hepatitis B.
   Hepatitis C.

3 - The CDC recommendations for a dental vaccination program are:
   Develop a written comprehensive policy regarding immunizing DHCP, including a list of all required and recommended immunizations.
   Refer DHCP to a prearranged qualified healthcare professional or to their own healthcare professional to receive all appropriate immunizations.
   All vaccines given are to be tested for immunity.
   A and B only.

4 - Vaccinations are to be given:
   Only if the dental healthcare worker asks for it.
   On a schedule recommended by the CDC.
   Every year.
   Every 5 years.

5 - The Hepatitis B vaccination series:
   Is so dangerous that it only can be given to health care workers who are at risk of bloodborne exposures.
   Is so safe its initial dose is given to babies at time of birth.
   Is a requirement for entry into dental schools.
   B and C.

6 - Vaccinating DHCP with yearly flu shots can:
   Decrease illness in the worker.
   Decrease work absences.
   Decrease mortality in the patients they care for.
   All of the above.

7 - The first and best step for preventing the flu is:
   Getting a yearly flu shot.
   Getting a flu shot every 5 years.
   Taking Tamiflu once you get the flu.
   B and C.

8 - Tdap is:
   A newer vaccine that combines vaccination for tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis.
   An older vaccine no longer used.
   Is now given to adults for protection from pertussis and, in turn, to protect unvaccinated babies.
   A and C.

9 - If it has been 30 years ago since you got the Hepatitis B vaccination you should:
   Retest for Anti-HBs.
   If immunity is not detected, compete another HBV vaccination series.
   Don’t worry, you are protected for life.
   A and B.

10 - A titer of ≥10 mIU/mL Anti-HBs indicates that protection from HBV has been achieved: