Wipe with a damp cloth soaked in a disinfectant solution

2. Sweep

3. Wipe with a damp cloth

4. Should not be processed

Current daily cleaning in medical departments includes

1. Washing walls, ceiling lamps

2. Washing window and door frames, glass

3. Putting things in order in bedside tables, in closets at the post

4. Washing floors, furnishings

5. Ventilation, quartzization of chambers, corridors

After treating the scalp with an insecticidal solution, the head should be washed with hot water with:

1. Pure water

2. Vinegar solution

laundry soap

4. Shampoo

The distance between beds in the room should be at least

1. 1.5 m

2. 1 m

3. 3 m

4. 2 m

Pediculosis is transmitted

1. When using underwear and clothes of the patient

2. With direct contact of children in the ward

3. When using general hygiene items

4. With distant contact of children in the ward

The initial examination of the patient for pediculosis is carried out upon admission.

1. Junior nurse

2. To the medical department

3. Doctor on duty

4. Nurse

5. To the emergency room

General cleaning in medical departments is carried out

1. 1 time per month

2. 1 time in 2 weeks

3. 2 times a week

4. 1 time in 7-10 days

Chemical methods of disinfection include

1. Autoclaving

2. Surface treatment with a damp cloth moistened with a disinfectant solution

3. Surface treatment with a damp cloth

4. Hand washing with disinfectant solution

5. Washing hands with toilet soap

Supervision of daily toileting (skin care, hair care, etc.) and assistance to children is carried out by

1. Nurse

2. Sister-mistress

3. Attending physician

4. Junior nurse

Change of bed linen for children is carried out

1. Nurse

2. Doctor

3. Junior nurse

4. By the child himself

Ventilation of the wards is carried out daily at least

1. 1st time

2. 4 times

3. 3 times

4. 2 times

5. 5 times

Floors in wards, corridors and other rooms of the medical department

1. Wash with warm water

2. Sweep

3. Wash with water with the addition of a disinfectant solution

The tasks of the reception department are

1. Referral of patients to the medical departments of the hospital

2. Sanitary treatment of patients

3. Consultative outpatient reception of patients

4. Prevention of the introduction of infectious diseases

5. Reception and registration of the patient

6. Monitoring of patients discharged from the hospital

Daily oral care for a child includes the following procedures

1. Rinsing the mouth with warm water after eating

2. Rubbing the oral mucosa with a 2% solution of baking soda

3. Rinsing the mouth with a weak solution of potassium permanganate

4. Brushing teeth with children’s toothpaste

Wet wiping of radiators and central heating pipes in treatment wards is carried out

1. Daily

2. 1 time per week

3. 1 time in 3 days

Fruits, juices, and vegetables given to the child are stored in


2. Special cabinet

3. Bedside table

The first symptom of a pressure sore is

1. A focus of skin blanching

2. Skin swelling

3. Skin hyperemia

In order to prevent the introduction of infectious diseases into the inpatient department of the children’s hospital in the emergency room, it is necessary to provide

1. Information about the contact of the child with infectious patients

2. Availability of reception and viewing boxes

3. Careful examination of the skin and throat of the child

4. Exclusion of oncoming flows of patients

5. Compliance with the sanitary and hygienic regime

6. Information about vaccinations

Sanitary treatment of a seriously ill child in the emergency room

Not carried out

2. Held

Children in critical condition receive emergency care

1. In the waiting room

2. In the treatment department of the hospital

3. In the intensive care unit

Disinsection is a system of measures for the destruction

1. Ticks

2. Viruses

3. Lice

4. Bloch

5. Mushrooms

6. Bacteria

Mechanical methods of disinfection include

Removing dust and dirt with a damp cloth

2. Soaking laundry and dishes in disinfectant solutions

Hand washing

4. Steam treatment

5. Boil laundry


Nail clippers when caring for children should be

1. Processed before use by boiling

2. Small size

3. With sharp edges

4. Treated with alcohol before use

5. Soaked in disinfectant solution after use

6. With rounded edges

A sick child should not be given

1. Milk and dairy products

2. Cookies

3. Cakes

4. Chocolate

5. Books and toys

6. Fruit

The exposure time when treating the scalp with Nittifor lotion is

1. 60 min

2. 30 min

3. 50 min

4. 40 min

5. 20 min

Window frames, glass doors, upper parts of walls in medical departments are washed

1. 1 time in 7-10 days

2. 1 time in 14 days

3. 1 time in 3 days

4. 1 time per day

After use, the cleaning material is subjected to

1. Washing in a solution of laundry soap

2. Boiling

3. Soak in disinfectant solution for 30 minutes

4. Soak in disinfectant solution for 60 minutes

Disinfection is a system of measures for the destruction

1. Pathogens (viruses, bacteria, fungi)

2. Insects

3. Rodents

An employee of the reference (information) service at the reception can inform parents by phone

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