I'm about to start clinicals in the near future but for some reason, I'm worried about isolation rooms. I know we have certain types of precautions and PPE we have to wear before entering the rooms and judging by all the hospital staff, that is enough....... but should I be doing more?I have been informed of all the possible illnesses such as C.diff, TB, etc. patients that I will might potentially be taking care of during my clinicals and it kinda freaked me out since I'm super new in my program (it's our first clinical ever!) and worried that I might be stupid enough to contact something. Not only this but I will be going home to my kids and I do not want to get near them if I have been doing 12 hours in isolation rooms all day. So am I really worrying for nothing since PPE is enough? Or what more should I do to protect myself?Thanks!