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What is PPE?
Personal Protective Equipment
What is CFR?
Code of Federal regulations
Revised annually
Divided into 50 titles
Each title divided into chapters
Each chapter divided into specific regulatory areas
What are the 2 logs when overboard discharge of Medical waste
Deck log and Medical journal and labled Date, time, location, and number of bags
Storage of infectious waste should be limited to How many days?
7 Days
Storage rooms must be marked with BIOHAZARD and AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY.
What is another name for Capillary puncture?
Microsampling
Who may give authorization for overboard discharge of medical waste?
Only the CO
Which tubes contain the anticoagulant Heparin?
Green TOP
Special plasma studies
What tubes contain EDTA coagulant?
Purple top
CBC
Differential WBC
Which tube is used in coagulation studies?
Blue top
PT
PTT
Chelating agent that binds calcium
Which anticoagulant is of limited use because its salts affect some test results?
Heparin
What may cause further bleeding with venipuncture?
bending of the elbow
When performing a capillary pucture what should you do with 1st drop of blood?
Wipe away due to alcohol
What is the choice of anticoagulant to prevent cellular destruction?
EDTA
Which tube is used for glucose studies and ETOH studies, that prohibits glycolosis?
Grey tube Sodium Flouride
Which addatives provide physical barrier that separates
Serum Separater tube (SST)
Tiger top, HIV
What does NAVOSH stand for?
Naval Ocupational safety and health
What does NIOSH stand for
National Institute of occupational safety and Health
When do you dispose of Sharps containers?
after 90 days
When 3/4 full
or if Foul odor is present
What is criteria for overboard discharge?
Endangers Healt or safety
Creates unacceptable nuisance
Compromise of combat readiness
What are conditions must be met for overboard discharge?
CO approval
Greater than 50 Nautical miles from shore
Must be properly packaged and weighted for negative buoyancy
What is the instruction fro Management of infectious waste?
BUMED 6280-1
When extracting the needle during venipuncture what don't you do?
Apply pressure to needle while still in vein before extracting
When performing a finger stick, where on the finger is stuck?
Puncture off center such as sides of finger tip
What are the complications of Venipuncture?
1. Syncope
2. Infection
3. Continued bleeding
4. Collapsing vein
5. Failure to enter vein
6. Going through vein
What degree should you insert needle during venipuncture?
15 Degrees
What is universal procaution?
an infection control strategy to reduce the risk of disease transmission
What substances are concidered infectious by the CDC?
Blood
Tissue
Semen
Where do we separate waste?
at the point of origin
How do we handle Biohazardous waste?
In red or orange marked bags
Bags are emptied daily
Double bagged, goosenecked, and secured with heavy tape
Bags are labled with name, address, and phone # of originator
What type of container is used for Sharps?
Rigid, puncture resistant, leak proof container