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5.1 Demonstrate correct use of PPE
Using personal protective equipment (PPE) helps to prevent the transmission of communicable diseases between patients and health care providers. [ Using PPE can also help to prevent the contamination of exposed wounds or sores from germs or bacteria that can travel from a health care provider to the patient. Knowing how to properly use PPE can help to insure the safety and well-being of health
care providers and emergency responders. Read more: Proper Use of Personal Protective Equipment | eHow.com ]
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