the six links in the chain of infection.
factors that increase the susceptibility of an individual to an infection.
specific ways a nurse, while providing patient care, can decrease the
incidence of contamination by an infectious agent.
four medical aseptic techniques the nurse practices.
appropriate hand washing technique and describe how to incorporate hand
washing into nursing practice.
frequently occurring patient care situations that require the nurse
to wear protective barrier gloves.
appropriate handling of bed linen, soiled and clean.
the primary components of standard precautions: universal precautions
and body substance isolation.
how the components of standard precautions must be incorporated while
providing patient care.