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Hand washing: Quiz

  

Question 1: Antibiotics and antibacterial soaps (________) have one very specific killing site on and in the microbial cell which can easily mutate.
ClioquinolChlorhexidineTriclosanPovidone-iodine

Question 2: Most are based on isopropyl alcohol or ethanol formulated together with a thickening agent such as Carbomer into a gel, or a humectant such as glycerin into a liquid, or foam for ease of use and to decrease the drying effect of the ________.
EthyleneAlcoholAlkaneAldehyde

Question 3: A ________ or hand antiseptic is a non-water-based hand hygiene agent.
ChlorhexidineEthanolHand sanitizerHand washing

Question 4: The ________ has published a sheet demonstrating standard handwashing and handrubbing in health care sectors.
World Health OrganizationFood and Agriculture OrganizationSwitzerlandUniversal Postal Union

Question 5: [11] However, antibacterial soaps contain common antibacterial agents such as ________, which has an extensive list of resistant strains of organisms.
ClioquinolChlorhexidinePovidone-iodineTriclosan

Question 6: ________, contact urticaria syndrome or hypersensitivity to alcohol or additives present in alcohol hand rubs rarely occurs.
Systemic lupus erythematosusBullous pemphigoidAtopic dermatitisContact dermatitis

Question 7: Medical hand ________ pertains to the hygiene practices related to the administration of medicine and medical care that prevents or minimizes disease and the spreading of disease.
SanitationHygieneFood safetyHand washing

Question 8: This hygienic behavior has been shown to cut the number of child deaths from ________ (the second leading cause of child deaths) by almost half and from pneumonia (the leading cause of child deaths) by one-quarter.
VomitingGastroenteritisDiarrheaTraveler's diarrhea

Question 9: In the past, alcohol-free hand sanitizers tended to significantly under-perform alcohol or alcohol rubs as germ killers in ________ using standard protocols such as EN1500.
Clinical trial protocolMedical researchPlacebo-controlled studyClinical trial

Question 10: In symbolic hand washing using water only to wash hands is a part of ritual handwashing as a feature of many religions, including Bahá'í Faith, ________ and tevilah and netilat yadayim in Judaism.
HinduismAyyavazhiIndian religionsBuddhism
















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