Question: 1 the goals of infection prevention and control in health...
1. The goals of infection prevention and control in health care facilities are (select all that apply)
a. to protect patient from healthcare associated infections.
b. to meet professional standards and guidelines.
c. to help lower the cost of healthcare
d. to avoid malpractice lawsuits
2. A 2-year-old child with rubella (measles) is brought to the hospital with a rash covering the entire body, photophobia, and stuffy nose that interfere with breathing. The nurse tests what nursing diagnosis as a priority in caring for this child?
a. impaired skin integrity
b. disturbed body image
c. risk for impaired gas exchange
d. risk for disturbed sleep pattern