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Explanation

Explanation - Infection Control, Infection Control, Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI), Hand Hygiene, Videos, Inpatient Hand Hygiene Opportunity Videos, Phlebotomy Blood Draw

Focus

Hand hygiene was not performed prior to donning gloves. Hand hygiene was performed using alcohol gel after exposure to blood. Hand hygiene is always indicated prior to donning gloves and after an exposure to blood and body fluids.