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  1. Infection control-related administrative policies and work restrictions should __________.
  1. Naturally occurring proteins found in latex are believed to be responsible for inducing what type of adverse reaction?
  1. The most common form of adverse reaction to latex glove use is __________.
  1. Factors contributing to irritant contact dermatitis include __________.
  1. All of the following statements about allergic contact dermatitis are correct except which one? Allergic contact dermatitis __________.
  1. Type I immediate hypersensitivity reactions are mediated by __________.
  1. When latex proteins interact with antibodies on mast cells and basophiles, a massive release of histamine and other substances result in __________.
  1. The diagnostic algorithm for latex allergy includes __________.
  1. Historical clues to a possible latex sensitivity include __________.
  1. A positive skin patch testing is diagnostic of __________.
  1. To reduce latex exposure, when performing routine restorative dentistry, which of the following is not recommended?
  1. Which of the following statements is correct with respect to precautions when treating a patient who has a confirmed type I hypersensitivity to latex?
  1. The most effective medication available to treat allergic contact dermatitis is __________.
  1. All of the following strategies are appropriate in the treatment of acute asthma except which one?
  1. Which of the following medication is most critical when treating anaphylaxis?
  1. OHCP with which of the following acute or chronic medical conditions are susceptible to opportunistic infections or the reactivation of latent vaccine-preventable infections?
  1. All of the following administrative policies and work restrictions of OHCP exposed to or infected with a bloodborne pathogen are correct except which one?
  1. In oral healthcare settings, administrative policies and work restrictions are primarily predicated on the mode of transmission of which of the following pathogens and the period of infectivity of exposed or infected OHCP.
  1. OHCP with a positive Mantoux tuberculin skin test (TST) are not infectious and, therefore, there are no associated work restrictions.
  1. Which of the following statements is correct with respect to OHCP infected with the HAV?