Surgical Technology, Asepsis, Unit 2, Aseptic Principles And Techniques

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Surgical Technology,Surgical Asepsis, Unit 2, Aseptic Principles And Techniques

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Question 1

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When wearing sterile gowns and gloves the arms should not be folded with the hands in the axilla because?
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  • the axilla is a sterile area and should not be touched
  • your arms may become to warm breaking down the material
  • the axilla is an area that is not sterile
  • it is OK to place the hands in the axillary region

Question 2

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The exception to the rule not to raise hands above the midchest area is to?
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  • scratch a itch
  • fasten the string on your mask if it has come untied
  • adjust your safety glasses if they are fogging
  • place light handles or light covers prior to the beginning of the surgical procedure

Question 3

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Sterile items and individuals may?
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  • contact items that have high level of disinfection
  • not contact any other item or individual
  • contact only sterile items and individals
  • contact sterile items and individuals

Question 4

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Members of the sterile surgical team should pass each other within the sterile field by facing one another or?
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  • let the other team member know you need to pass them
  • walk behind
  • team members should not pass each other
  • pass back to back

Question 5

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Non-sterile items and individuals may
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  • only contact non-sterile items and team members
  • only contact sterile items not team members
  • may contact the circulator
  • may contact unsterile items

Question 6

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Fluid bottle may be recapped and reused under what conditions?
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  • if the fluids is to be warmed
  • if the bottle is sterile
  • if the pourer is wearing gloves
  • may never be recapped and reused

Question 7

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The sterile field is opened_____?
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  • after the patient enters the hospital
  • before the patient enters the hospital
  • when the surgeon says so
  • no more then 1 hour before the case starts

Question 8

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If supplies are torn, wet or perforated they should?
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  • put back on shelf in case backups are needed
  • opened and disposed
  • should not be used
  • can be used

Question 9

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An appropriate response to contaminate is?
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  • let the circulator know
  • tell the surgeon
  • let management know
  • discard and replace

Question 10

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A non-sterile individual in the OR must maintain a minimum of how many inches away from the sterile field?
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  • 10 inches
  • 11inches
  • 13 inches
  • 12 inches

Question 11

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When pouring fluids you should not?
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  • always recap for later use
  • never be recapped and reused
  • leave fluid in bottle so as not to reach over sterile field
  • keep 12 inches away from the basin

Question 12

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Sterile team members may only sit when?
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  • if the circulator is sitting
  • when the surgeon leaves the room
  • when the case is delayed
  • the entire procedure calls for it

Question 13

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Sterile team members must pass each other how?
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  • side to side
  • back to front, front to back
  • back to back, front to front
  • let each other know by hand signals

Question 14

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When opening a laminated/heat sealed peel-pack the ______ represents the boundaries of the sterile area inside.
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  • inner edge of seal
  • red boarders
  • outer edges
  • 2 inch margin

Question 15

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What length is considered sterile inside an envelope wrapped gown?
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  • 2 inch
  • 1 inch
  • 1/2 inch
  • 1/3 inch

Question 16

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Any item partially falling over the top of the sterile table edge is?
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  • a flash sterilization item
  • sterile
  • dirty and needs to be cleaned
  • considered non-sterile

Question 17

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Once sterile drapes have been applied they should?
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  • can be held down with tape
  • can be repositioned
  • protect the side of the table
  • not be repositioned

Question 18

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when opening a sterile package, the unsterile person opens the?
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  • top flap away from the body
  • top flap toward the body
  • side flaps first
  • top flap underneath away from body

Question 19

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A sterile person should always position themselves to [blank_start]face[blank_end] the sterile field.
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  • face

Question 20

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When opening a sterile item onto the sterile field during the surgical procedure, the circulator may?
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  • present item to scrub while keeping 6 inches away from field
  • present item to scrub without reaching over sterile field
  • present item to scrub over sterile field because circulator is sterile
  • may not present item to scrub

Question 21

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The [blank_start]top[blank_end] level of the draped back table is the only part that is considered sterile.
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  • top

Question 22

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which parts of the draped mayo stand are considered sterile?
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  • under drape
  • top of drape
  • under tray
  • any steel on the mayo stand

Question 23

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To discourage a circulator from reaching over the back table to pour fluids you should position a pitcher or basin on the back table where to allow circulator to pour solution?
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  • where the circulator can see the best
  • any place neayest to the circulator
  • back side nearest to circulator
  • front corner

Question 24

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What areas of surgical gown are considered sterile?
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  • elbows to wrists
  • elbows to neckline
  • gloves to 2 inches above elbow
  • mid chest to table level

Question 25

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Which areas of the surgical gown are considered unsterile?
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  • neckline
  • chest area to table level
  • hands
  • arms
  • cuffs once hands are threw
  • back of gown

Question 26

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When wearing a sterile gown, the [blank_start]back[blank_end] should never be turned toward the sterile field.
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  • back

Question 27

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What is the correct position for the sterile team members hands?
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  • hands are not to move
  • hands are to be kept in the same exact place
  • hands are to be kept crossed at all times
  • hands are to be kept at table level or waiste level

Question 28

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Check off the incorrect position for the sterile team members hands?
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  • between chest and sterile field table top
  • behind back
  • at waist level
  • below waist level
  • above head

Question 29

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Which PPE (Personal protective equipment) do sterile team members wear in the OR?
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  • hair net
  • neck net
  • sheild
  • masks
  • triple gloves
  • triple layer boots over shoes

Question 30

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An unguarded or unobserved sterile field should be considered [blank_start]contaminated[blank_end]?
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  • contaminated

Question 31

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If one of the team members is going to be late, how much time can a CST leave the sterile field sitting for before it has to be taken down?
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  • 45 minutes
  • 1 hours 30 minutes
  • 1 hours
  • 30 minutes

Question 32

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Which steps are correct statements when a CST punctures both gloves with an instrument?
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  • the CST needs to inform the OR team that they have had a puncture and must rush to the wash room to clean hands
  • the surgeon needs to peel out to help the circulator
  • the circulator needs to glove them selves off the may stand then help
  • the circulator needs to gown and glove to help the CST out
  • the CST needs to discard the instrument into the trash bin
  • the CST has to remove the top glove them selves to check the glove underneath
  • person with puncture needs to hold hand out showing to the other team members their hand is unsterile
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