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Chapter 2 of BUMEDINST 6600.10, Dental Infection Control Program, what does it pertain to?
Chapter 2 of BUMEDINST 6600.10, Dental Infection Control Program, pertains to Universal Precautions.
What percentage of patient with HIV or HBV shows no symptoms and may be unaware of their infectious disease state?
Approximately 80%, even with a complete physical exam and full disclosure of medical history, most HIV and HBV may go unidentified.
This common infection control practice is used for all types of patients, is called?
Universal Precautions
True or False, HIV is more INFECTIOUS than HBV?
False, HBV is more infectious.
What type of immunization must given to all Dental personnel that are exposed to blood and saliva?
HBV(Hep B recombinant)administered at 0, 1, 6 months.
HIV testing is done on a _______ basis for all active duty health care personnel during each calendar year?
Annual
Is it mandatory to review each patient medical history before each procedure or examination?
It is mandatory to review each patients medical history per BUMED instruction.
True or False, wearing gloves, masks, and protective eyewear are not used for each patient?
False, gloves, masks, and protective eyewear are used for each patient receiving treatment.
Gloves and masks are replaced for each patient, True or False?
True, gloves are replace after each patient. Masks are replaced for each patient or when visibly soiled.
True or False, patients require eye protection during any type of procedure?
True, to protect patients from splashes, splatter, or airborne particles.
At the beginning of each workday, how long do you flush each of the unit water lines and hoses?
Flush for a 1 minute to clear any contaminants even if the unit is not going to be used.
Using mouthwash to reduce microbial contamination is required for each patient. What is the process?
Have the patient do three 10-second rinses will reduce a patients microbial count by 97%.
When disinfecting between patients, gloves are not required?
Gloves are required while handling contaminated materials and cleaning contaminated areas.
When cleaning what are commonly cleaned?
Spray-wipe-spray countertops, dental unit, chair, and light.