Isolation Precautions Exercise

HIV
Standard

MRS, VRE
Standard/Contact

Candidiasis (thrush)
Standard

Varicella Zoster (chicken pox)
Airborne and contact

C.Diff
Contact

Mono
Standard

Rubella (German Measles)
Droplet

Meningitis
Droplet first 24 hrs

Impetigo
Contact for 24 hrs

Influenza
Droplet

Rubeola (measles)
Airborne

TB
Airborne

Infectious Parotitis (Mumps)
Droplet for 9 days

Rotavirus
Contact

Pertussis (whooping cough)
Droplet

Tetanus
Standard

E. Coli
Standard

Shingles Localized
standard if localized

Shingles disseminated disease
Airborne Contact

RSV
Contact

Lice
Contact isolation for 24 hrs

Lyme Disease
Standard

Isolation Precautions

standard precautions used on all patients; apply to all blood and blood type products; all body fluids (except sweat), nonintact skin and mucous membrane. hand hygiene performed between patient contact; blood contact; body fluid contact; secretions, and excretions and after …

NCLEX Precautions

Respiratory Syncytial Virus Contact Precautions Scabies Contact Precautions S. aureus Contact Precautions Croup Contact Precautions Group A Strep/Staph Contact Precautions Stool salmonella infant Contact Precautions Cellulitis Contact Precautions Kawasaki Disease Standard Precautions Lyme Disease Standard Precautions Mononucleosis Standard Precautions Cutaneous …

CDC Prevention Isolation Guidelines

When must you wash your hands with soap and water? Hint: there are 5 instances where soap and water hand-washing is indicated. 1) when hands are visibly dirty 2) when hands are soiled with blood or other body fluids 3) …

NCLEX Precautions review; standard, contact, airborne, droplet

Standard Precautions: 1. wash your hands (*Most important step in infection control, prevents nosocomial infections) 2. DON gloves (before coming in contact with anything wet, i.e. broken skin, mucous membranes, blood, body fluids, soiled instruments, contaminated waste materials. 3. wash …

Vaccine Abbreviations

AVA Anthrax Vaccine Absorbed BCG Bacille Calmette-Guerin (Tuberculosis) Vaccine DT diphtheria and tetanus toxoids (pediatric formulation) DTaP Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and whole-cell pertussis vaccine (pediatric formulation) eIPV enhanced inactivated polio vaccine HepA Hepatitis A Vaccine HepB Hepatitis B Vaccine …

ATI children Chapter 36 Communicable diseases

Conjunctivitis * Direct contact (viral and bacterial) * appears secondary to a viral infection * clears on own 7-14 days (VIRAL) * bacterial starts in one eye and spreads to other, need ATB * occurs in those with allergies, clears …

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