Welcome to your Infection Control Basics In-Service Hand washing is necessary before and after touching body fluids, even if you wore gloves during the contact. True False Droplets from an infected person can travel up to __________ feet. Five Two Three One Chicken pox an TB are two examples of diseases that spread through the air. True False If a patient is struggling to breath, you should perform mouth to mouth. True False A patient with a disease that can spread to others should NOT be kept in a private room. True False Dishes, glasses, cups, and silverware should be washed in a special disinfectant. True False Disposable needles can be put into the trashcan. True False Infected blood can cause the following: HIV Hepatitis B Hepatitis C All of the above. Always ask your supervisor if you are unsure about how to handle dangerous waste. True False The goal of infection control is to stop infections. True False Time is Up!