QUESTIONNARE taking examination of the patient. A) True B)

QUESTIONNARE

Study Title: “Knowledge and awareness of Hygiene, Standard precautions and                               Infection
control among medical students of Karachi”.

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I) General
Information:

1-Name:

2-Gender:                                        

3- Year of Study at Medical School:

4-Have you ever received training on
standard precautions? If yes, then how                  many times?           

 

               
 

 

II)
Questions For Study; Read carefully the
Questions and respond to the questions given by encircling one option.

1) Maintaining
standard precautions will protect the individual.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

2) The mail
goal of standard precaution is to protect the patient only.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

3) Standard
precautions are the set of infection control practices that are                                                                         
used to prevent disease transmission that can be acquired by contact
with the blood, body fluids, non intact skin and mucous membranes.
                    
A) True                 B)
False                C) Don’t know

4) Standard
precautions are applicable to those individual which have confirmed diagnosis
of disease.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

5) Standard
precautions includes routine cleaning and disinfection of environmental and
other frequently touched surfaces such as sinks, doorknobs and toilets.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

6) Standard
precautions does not recommend treating human tissues and laboratory wastes
as clinical waste.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

7) Hand
hygiene is not essential in treating patients.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

8) Hand Hygiene should be maintained before and after
a contact with the patient.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

9) Hand
hygiene includes washing of hands with soap and water only.
                     A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

10) Since gloves prevent
contaminations of hands, there is no need to 
wash hands after taking off the gloves.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

11) Hand Hygiene includes using hand
Sanitizers after touching patients for 10 times.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

12) After wearing gloves, hand hygiene
is not recommended after taking examination of the patient.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

13) If gloves are worn, hand washing
is necessary after touching blood, body fluids and non-intact skin.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

14) When hands are grubby, Alcohol
based swab is preferred mode of hand washing.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

15) Hand washing should be done as
soon as possible after removal of grubby gown.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

16) Hand hygiene should be maintained
before handling insidious items such as injection, cannula and catheter etc.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

17) A conventional hand washing should
be done before using Alcohol based Swab.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

18) After a contact with respiratory secretions,
Hand washing with Soap or Alcohol base swab is recommended.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

19) When hands are visibly cleaned,
Soap and water is preferred mode of hand washing.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

20) Personal Protective Equipment
(PPE) includes gloves, gowns, mask, eye and ear wear.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

21) Gloves should not be necessarily
needed while touching blood, body fluids and non-intact skin.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

22) Gloves are needed when performing
interventions like doing phlebotomies.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

23) Surgical mask and goggles are
needed to be worn when there is a chance of splashing or spraying of blood
and bodyfluids to nose, ear or   into
buccal cavity.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

24) A gown is not needed by the
individual from getting exposure to blood or body fluids.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

25) A gown is needed while taking
vitals of patient.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

26) If PPE comes within contact of
Blood or body fluids it should not be discarded.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

27) Used PPE are safe to be discarded through regular municipal disposal
systems.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

28) Disposable gloves are safer to be
used on same patient.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

29) Patients in waiting areas can
spread infections to other patients and to the healthcare professionals.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

30) When coughing or sneezing, Using
hand is the preferred method to Protect others from getting infection.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

31) House-keeping surfaces such as
floors and walls do not needed to be disinfected frequently unless visible signs
of blood or body fluids.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

32) Most disinfectants are effective
in the presence of dirt and organic matter, therefore cleaning must not be
done before using disinfectant.
     
        A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

33) Some pathogens which are resistant
to normal disinfectant, A bleach solution (1:10) is recommend for
disinfecting contaminated surfaces and items.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

34) Linens are not the mode of
transmission of infections between one person to another.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

35) Used needles should be discarded
in normal plastic bag.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know

36) It is safer to use same syringe on
Multiple patients.
              A) True                 B) False                C) Don’t know