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11.Asepsisa.Explain how each element of the infection chain contributes to infectioni.ii.
b.List the stages of infection
c.Recognize common manifestations of infection
25.Swellingd.Identify the patients at risk for infection
e.Identify the body’s normal defense against infection
f.Explain conditions that promote the onset of healthcare associated infections
g.Describe strategies for implementing CDC guidelines for standard infectioncontrol and transmission based precautions
3ii.Private room with negative airflow (ex. TB)iii.Mask or respiratory protection device needed whenentering room or moving patient out of roomb.Contact precautionsi.Patients infected by drug resistant organismsii.Private room or cohort clients (ex. MRSA)iii.Gloves, gowns, and don PPE when entering theirroomc.Droplet precautionsi.Patients with infection spread by large-particledropletsii.Private room or cohort clients (ex. Diphtheria)iii.Mask and don PPE when entering patient roomh.Implement recommended techniques for medical and surgical asepsisi.Medical asepsis1.Keep soiled items away from clothing2.Do not place items on the floor3.Avoid coughing, sneezing, breathing on others4.Avoid raising dust5.Clean from ‘clean to dirty’6.Dispose of soiled items properly7.Pour liquids to be discarded into drain8.Personal grooming

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Jennifer Brown

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