Welcome to your Bag Technique In-Service Which of the following items can NOT be in your bag? Hand Washing Supplies. Stethoscope. Computer. Lunch. When should you clean your bag? Only when dirty. As soon as its contaminated. Regularly. It doesn't need to be cleaned. What is approved to clean your bag with? Soap and water. Bleach. Household cleaners. Hand sanitizer. Where is it appropriate to place your bag in the home? On the floor. On the kitchen table. On the bed on top of a barrier. On the bathroom floor. What is the first thing you should do before reaching into your bag? Text your significant other. Unzip the bag so you can get in it. Wash your hands. Nothing at all. Hand washing supplies can be kept with all other supplies in you bag. True. False. You just washed your hands and got all of your supplies you need for your visit. After you have closed the bag and begun your work, you realized you forgot something in the bag that you needed to get out. What should you do? Go into your bag and get it. Skip that step. Call 911. Wash your hands, then retrieve what you need from the bag. At the end of the visit, all reusable equipment should be: Donated to charity. Thrown away. Cleaned and placed back in the bag. Left at the home. What should you do before returning cleaned used equipment to the bag? Pet the cat. Touch the patient. Wash your hands. Blow your nose. Where should you leave your barrier? Take it with you and use it for your next patient. Leave it where you put it in the home. Discard it in the trash where appropriate. Burn it. Time is Up!