TEST PREVIEW

  1. Features of the SARS‑CoV‑2 virus that collectively challenge current infection control protocols for the OHCP include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Airborne (aerosol) transmission of the SARS‑CoV‑2 virus is unlikely and person to person spread over long distances (> 6 feet) is considered unlikely.
  1. All of the following dental procedures are associated with increased occupational risk for SARS‑CoV‑2 infection, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. The interim CDC guidelines to address the delivery of non-emergent dental care during the COVID‑19 pandemic are proscriptive in nature and designed to maximize aerosol mitigation in the outpatient dental setting.
  1. The interim CDC guidelines to address the delivery of non-emergent dental care during the COVID‑19 pandemic are only recommended when there has been documented transmission of SARS‑CoV‑2 in the community.
  1. Appropriate patient management considerations during the COVID‑19 pandemic include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Appropriate upon arrival patient management considerations during the COVID‑19 pandemic include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Even with appropriate screening, inadvertent treatment of a dental patient who is later confirmed to have COVID‑19 may occur. For such situations, the patient should be asked to inform the dental office if they develop symptoms or are diagnosed with COVID‑19 within _____ days following the dental appointment.
  1. Appropriate actions to reduce the risk of SARS‑CoV‑2 exposure in the dental facility include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. The Environmental Protection Agency minimum standard for safe drinking water is _______________.
  1. Appropriate work practice considerations to minimize aerosol-based exposure to SARS‑CoV‑2 include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Appropriate engineering controls actions to minimize exposure to SARS‑CoV‑2 include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Appropriate patient placement activities to minimize exposure to SARS‑CoV‑2 include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. After dismissing the patient, factors that determine the amount of time one should wait before disinfecting the room include all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. When accomplishing hand hygiene, one may use an ABHR with of 40 - 95% alcohol or wash with soap and water for at least 45 seconds.
  1. All of the following statements pertaining to source control measures are true, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Employers should select appropriate PPE for use in the dental setting in accordance with _______________ PPE standards.
  1. For procedures likely to produce splashing or spattering of blood or other body fluids, OHCP should wear, at a minimum, all of the following, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. For procedures likely to produce aerosols all of the following are acceptable PPE, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Elements of a respiratory protection program for respirator use include all of the following EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Which of the following steps represent the proper order for donning PPE?
  1. Which of the following steps represents the proper order for doffing PPE?
  1. All of the following statements pertaining to Supply Optimization Strategies are true, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. EPA-registered disinfectants have qualified under the EPA’s emerging viral pathogen program for use against SARS‑CoV‑2 are listed in List _____ on the EPA website.
  1. Sterilization protocols in the field of dentistry have been modified to address the COVID‑19 pandemic and the Guidelines for Infections Control in Dental Health Care Settings – 2003 is no longer applicable.
  1. Mr. Jones is scheduled for delivery of new crowns for #s 6-11. Upon arrival, he advises your receptionist that he was just informed that he tested positive for COVID‑19 but he has never experienced any symptoms. You most appropriate course of action is to _______________.
  1. Ideally, a patient with confirmed COVID‑19 infection should undergo necessary dental care in _______________.
  1. Mr. Smith calls your office to cancel his appointment for a filling and confides that he was just informed he tested positive for COVID‑19. He states he has no symptoms and then asks you when he can be re-scheduled. Provided he remains asymptomatic, you would advise him _______________.
  1. Current evidence reveals the most accurate time to test an infected patent is _____ days after the onset of symptoms, which is typically _____ days after initial exposure to SARS‑CoV‑2.
  1. All of the following statements pertaining to monitoring dental office personnel are true, EXCEPT for one. Which one is the exception?
  1. A patient you treated yesterday (initial examination) calls today to inform you she just learned she tested positive for COVID‑19. Your exposure would be classified as prolonged if you were with the patient for _____ minutes or more.
  1. Return to work criteria for symptomatic OHCP with confirmed COVID‑19 are most often determined by _______________.
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