10 notecards = 3 pages (4 cards per page)
The ______ department is the major source of soiled items received by the Central Service department.
Soiled items that are held in user departments for pick up must be stored In designated areas labeled with _______ signage.
If grossly soiled instruments cannot be cleaned immediately, they should be kept ____.
Tissue, body fat, and other body substances are examples of _____ soil.
Disposable sharp items (blades, needles, etc.) should be removed at point-of-use and placed in a ________ container labeled biohazard.
Point-of use preparation of soiled items is normally performed by the ____ _________.
Point of use
Disposable components should be removed at ________.
Soiled instruments should be transported in an ______ container or cart.
Before transport, reusable sharps should be _______ from other instruments.
Containers and carts used to transport contaminated items should not be used to transport clean items unless they have been thoroughly _______ between uses.