Infection Control Information for NCLEX

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    Found this website with good info on infection control for those studying for NCLEX. Seems a lot of posters are saying that they are getting quite a few of these questions.

    http://caring4you.net/tests.html

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    Quote from TweedleDee
    Found this website with good info on infection control for those studying for NCLEX. Seems a lot of posters are saying that they are getting quite a few of these questions.

    http://caring4you.net/tests.html


    Yes. There were A LOT of infection control questions on my NCLEX yesterday as well. I had little to none of these types of questions in nursing school. Yikes. Scary.
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    Thank you!! I posted a need yesterday on here to find a good source!! I test this Thurs!!
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    Is there a book for Infection Control..Maybe there is..but where can i find it?
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    Thanks for sharing.I had 10 questions on Infection control,2 were SATA questions,i just studied the notes and pneumonics posted on the random fact throwing thread and it think it helped me passed the exam.
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    I checked out that link after I read this and printed off some of the info. It was definietely helpful because I passed this time (it has only been 24 hours since I have been an RN)!!! Thank you!
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    I have a question about infection control for NCLEX. So I know chickenpox is airborne precautions, but would one really need to wear a mask when caring for someone if you already had it or received the vaccine? Same for measles? It seems no one is really sure what is standard protocol for any of this stuff.

    Anyone know anything about precautions for shingles? I gather that if you have blisters - your contagious to those who are not immune.
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    Quote from shaunbar
    I have a question about infection control for NCLEX. So I know chickenpox is airborne precautions, but would one really need to wear a mask when caring for someone if you already had it or received the vaccine? Same for measles? It seems no one is really sure what is standard protocol for any of this stuff.

    Anyone know anything about precautions for shingles? I gather that if you have blisters - your contagious to those who are not immune.
    Check out these thread!
    http://allnurses.com/nclex-discussio...nt-417903.html
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    I am so confused about infection control.. I am tired of crying over it..
    I don't get who can room together... Im lost.. can somone break it down into simple terms please??
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    Can someone please help?


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