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Infection Control,Infection Control,Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI),Hand Hygiene,Videos,Ambulatory Hand Hygiene Opportunity Videos,Medical Assistant (MA) Bringing Supplies into an Exam Room

Explanation

Explanation - Infection Control, Infection Control, Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI), Hand Hygiene, Videos, Ambulatory Hand Hygiene Opportunity Videos, Medical Assistant (MA) Bringing Supplies into an Exam Room

Focus

Hand hygiene was performed correctly upon room exit and before obtaining the supplies. There is no contact with the patient, but hand hygiene must still be performed after contact with objects and surfaces in the patient’s environment and when leaving patient environment.