Protecting yourself and your client

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It is important to understand the different ways disease and other infectious agents are passed on so your client and yourself will be protected. One mode of transmission is through direct physical contact. This includes the exchange of body fluids through mucus membranes, direct contact with an infectious agent such as lice or poison ivy, and exchanges through breaks in the skin like a hangnail or bug bite. The other mode of transmission is through indirect physical contact. This includes ingesting (i.e. contaminated water or food) and inhalation (breathing in asbestos fibers or another persons sneeze/cough). A good way to protect yourself and your client is through sanitary measures such as clean tools and linens, washing your hands, wearing gloves and not interacting when you or your client is ill.

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