CNA Practice Test: Infection Control

These 20 questions will help you prepare for the 2019 CNA examination. The questions are based on the categories that are included in the exam. They are similar (and often identical) to the actual questions that you will be asked. Each question has been researched and the answer verified. Every health care professional is responsible for learning about how to prevent spread of infection and illness. As a CNA providing direct care, you should be familiar with how pathogens are shared. Following protective protocols when caring for patients is essential. Be sure you know what to do before taking your examination. Topics covered in this practice test include:
  • Types and causes of infections
  • Importance of hand washing
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Preventing the spread of infection
  • Caring for a client in isolation
  • Respiratory etiquette
Each of these questions has four options. Read the question carefully and select the best option. If you are not sure, click on the Hint button underneath the options to read a sentence that can help you choose the correct answer. If you make a mistake, don’t worry! The correct response will be displayed, along with an explanation to help you understand. Track your progress on the upper left corner. Your correct answers will be in green. If you miss more than 4 questions, you can restart the test and try again. Good luck!
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