BBP Practice Test and Answers

Looking to improve your knowledge of Bloodborne pathogens? Our BBP practice test is here to help you prepare for real-life emergencies. The test covers the types of pathogens covered, transmission routes, prevention strategies, and emergency procedures. By administering our practice test regularly, you can stay up-to-date with the latest BBP guidelines and receive detailed feedback to improve your knowledge. Our standardized and objective practice test follows the latest OSHA standard.

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Which of the following is NOT a transmission way of Bloodborne Pathogens in the workplace?
  • Blood
  • Semen
  • Sneezing
  • Bodily fluids
What is secondary transmission?
  • When an HCP is infected with a bloodborne pathogen and then passes it to another person
  • When an infected needle sticks two HCPs
  • The care provided for an HCP following infection
  • Treating all body fluids as infectious materials
If you're a healthcare provider, what is the best way to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens while giving medical care?
  • Using personal protective equipment.
  • Not touching the victim.
  • Wearing a pocket mask
  • Wearing any type of gloves
Which of the following is an example of a bloodborne pathogen exposure incident?
  • Slipping on a wet floor
  • An allergic reaction to latex gloves
  • A patient falling out of bed
  • Unanticipated contact with blood
What type of bloodborne pathogens carries the greatest risk if exposed?
  • HIV
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • All of the above
What exposure incident is most likely to result in the transmission of a bloodborne pathogen?
  • A needle-stick injury
  • Being in a room with an HIV-infected patient without wearing a face mask
  • Splashing of blood or other bodily fluids into the eyes or other mucous membranes
  • Blood or other bodily fluids coming in contact with intact skin
What is the bloodborne disease that causes AIDS?
  • HIV
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Hepatitis D
What is the best way to protect yourself against HIV?
  • Get yourself vaccinated for HIV
  • Use birth control pills
  • Use a latex condom during sexual intercourse
  • B and C
HBV can survive in dried blood for how long?
  • One hour
  • One day
  • Up to a week
  • Up to a month
Which bloodborne pathogen infection is preventable through vaccination?
  • HIV
  • HBV
  • HCV
  • Common cold
Following percutaneous exposure to HCV, there is:
  • 100% chance of infection
  • 60% chance of infection
  • 40% chance of infection
  • Less than a 2% chance of infection
Universal precautions are designed to
  • Protect the victims and rescuers from potentially infectious bodily fluids
  • Stop the spread of infections like hepatitis B and C
  • Establish a standard of care in regard to the use of protective materials such as gloves and masks
  • All of the above
What is the importance of Personal protective equipment (PPE)?
  • Preventing medical equipment from getting wet out in the medical field
  • Keeping personal property safe from theft
  • Preventing transmission of bloodborne pathogens
  • Keeps blood vials safe from contamination
Which is not acceptable for personal protection equipment?
  • Gloves
  • Lab coat
  • Personal eyeglasses
  • Face masks
What must healthcare providers do after removing and discarding used PPE?
  • Restock supplies
  • Wash hands
  • Document care provided
  • Rest
What is the best type of glove to use when providing care if you are allergic to latex?
  • Nitrile gloves
  • Latex gloves
  • Disposable gloves
  • Rubber gloves
What PPE must be worn when cleaning blood or bodily fluids?
  • Eye protection and rubber gloves
  • Eye protection, rubber gloves, and a mask
  • Eye protection, rubber gloves, a mask, and a gown
  • No PPE since it is not infectious blood or body fluid
What is the appropriate way to dispose of a used needle?
  • Recap it
  • Deposit it into a sharps container
  • Bend or break it so that others know it has been used
  • None of the above
When do you need to replace sharps containers?
  • 1/4 full
  • 1/2 full
  • 3/4 full
  • 100% full
Which is not an example of a bloodborne pathogen engineering control?
  • Disposable gloves
  • An autoclave
  • Self-sheathing needles
  • Splash guards