Surgical Technology, Asepsis, Unit 3, Scrubbing, Gowning & Gloving

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Surgical Technology, Asepsis, Unit 3, Scrubbing, Gowning & Gloving

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Question 1

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The skin can be sterilized by performing a surgical hand scrub?
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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The area under the fingernails is known as the subungual area?
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

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The scrub person should always face the sterile field?
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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The dermis is the outer layer of the skin?
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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It is ok to wear jewelry in the OR as long as its gold or stainless steel.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Which reasons is the scrub suit worn?
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  • to keep from sneezing and coughing on patient
  • If OR personnel is sick, to keep bacterial infection away
  • reduce particle shedding
  • maintain clean operative environment

Question 7

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The area on the front of the surgical gown from the waist to the mid-chest and sleeves to 2 inches above the elbows is considered?
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  • aseptic
  • unsterile
  • sterile
  • antiseptic

Question 8

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What part of the sterile gown is considered unsterile once you don your sterile gloves?
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  • sides of gown
  • front of gown
  • cuff
  • glove

Question 9

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Which of the following may be worn to protect yourself from exposure to blood of body fluids?
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  • surgical nose net
  • hair net
  • face sheild
  • x-ray vest
  • goggles
  • third layer of gloves
  • mask with sheild

Question 10

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organisms on the surface of the skin easily removed by hand washing are called?
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  • flora
  • resident orgranisms
  • fomites
  • transient organisms
  • micro bacteria

Question 11

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It is preferable to use a surgical scrub preperation that provides a film of protection lasting several hours to?
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  • totally remove all organisms
  • wash arms
  • remove micro-bacteria from skin
  • kill skin flora
  • kill microbes that work their way to the surface of the skin

Question 12

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The scrub method in which hands and arms are scrubbed for a prescribed length of time is called?
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  • inspection method
  • stroke method
  • counted brush stroke method
  • timed method

Question 13

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After the scrub is complete it is important to?
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  • keep hands at waist level to table top level
  • keep hands clear of other individuals in the OR
  • throw away any trash you have so it does not contaminate the OR
  • avoid touching not sterile items
  • clean sink area

Question 14

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A method of gloving that is needed for catheterization is called?
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  • open gloving
  • closed gloving
  • double gloving

Question 15

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When doing the surgical scrub the fingers are divided into [blank_start]4[blank_end] planed or surfaces? (tip:number not word)
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  • 4

Question 16

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The arm is divided into [blank_start]3[blank_end] sections for the surgical scrub. (number not word)
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  • 3

Question 17

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Surgical masks should be changed when?
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  • at end of the day
  • between cases
  • after two cases
  • when going on break

Question 18

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when not in use the surgical mask should?
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  • used for the next case
  • saved in locker
  • taken home for practise
  • disposed of

Question 19

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The scrub sink should be ?
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  • used to dump bodily fluids and to wash hands
  • used to clean dirty items and hands
  • only used to clean hands and face
  • only used for scrubbing hands

Question 20

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Artificial nails and nail polish can be worn in the OR if you not going to be doing any cases?
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 21

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When drying hands and arms after scrub, the towel is held?
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  • extended behind the body so as to keep the aseptic portion of the surgical scrub intact
  • away from body to prevent contaminating scrub suit
  • to the side of the body to keep it completely away from scrub suit
  • toward body to prevent any other items coming in contact with it

Question 22

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Surgical gowns are folded outside in?
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  • True
  • False

Question 23

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The back of the sterile gown is considered sterile
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  • True
  • False

Question 24

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The arms of the sterile gown are considered sterile up to 2 and half inches above the elbow
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 25

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Always keep your hands above your head if your covered in blood.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 26

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Loosely attached to the skin surface, almost completely removed by washing with soap and detergent, these are called transient [blank_start]flora[blank_end].
Answer
  • flora

Question 27

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which reasons are good reasons for performing a surgical hand scrub?
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  • bleeding hands
  • removal of nail polish
  • help kill germs from stray animals
  • removal of transient flora
  • to help with messy bathroom breaks
  • to provide a thin layer of film that will kill resident flora from surfacing to the skin

Question 28

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Where should the first person to scrub-in place their sterile gown and gloves to be opened and why should it be placed their?
Answer
  • on draped mayo stand
  • back table
  • OR bed
  • draped back table
  • mayo stand

Question 29

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which steps in rinsing after a surgical scrub is complete are incorrect?
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  • elbows bent so that water does not run back onto hands
  • avoid faucet
  • keep hands pointed down to keep water from getting onto surgical scrub up to elbows
  • keep hands extended straight outwards
  • wash one hand at a time throwing any trash that may be left in sink quickly so no one sees you
  • try to keep hands above head at all times when washing

Question 30

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The mechanical scrubbing method uses friction by scrubbing the skin with a brush and anti-microbial soap to remove microbes.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 31

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A [blank_start]brushless[blank_end] scrub removes microbes by using an antimicrobial solution to kill microbes with out scrubbing.
Answer
  • brushless

Question 32

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Avaguard is product that relies on the application and not the time or friction to achieve a surgical scrub
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 33

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When gloving the surgeon as a sterile CST we need to?
Answer
  • keep a firm stance to prevent your hands from dropping as the surgeon puts on the glove
  • keep the surgeons glove close to our neckline where he can see better
  • guide the surgeons hand into the glove with one hand while putting the glove on with another
  • keep fingered tucked under the glove when readying for the surgeons hand

Question 34

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When gowning the surgeon, what aseptic concerns do we need to be away of?
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  • dont put past elbows
  • always keep hands near surgeons neck line while gowning
  • dont let surgeons gown touch us
  • always make sure to double spin the surgeon for speed and accuracy
  • dont let gown touch floor
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