5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- A minimum of 20 mins after the desired temperature is reached.
- Does not touch mucouse membranes, it only comes into contac with unbroken epithelium.
- 2 minutes
- 160° F - 170° F (320° C - 340° C)
- Light handles, certain x-ray machine parts, safety eyewear
- a What is the time limit for Chemical Vapor Sterilization?
- b How long do we flush the water lines at the beginning and end of the days?
- c What are some examples of "noncritical" objects?
- d What is "noncritical" surface category?
- e What is the temperature range for dry heat sterilization?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What is the temperature range for Chemical Vapor Sterilizers?
- What are some disadvantages of dry heat sterilization?
- What is a substance that prevents or arrests the growt or action of microorganisms either by inhibiting their activity or by destroying them. Refers to things applied to living tissues.
- What process is safer than manual cleaning prior to sterilization?
- How long do we flush water lines in between each patient?
5 True/False questions
An agent, usually a chemical, but may be a physical agent, such as x-rays or utraviolet light, that destroys microorganism s but may not kill bacterial spores; refers to substances applied to inanimate objects. → This will change colors to help assess instrument exposure to temperature and steam for the required time?
Indicates a range of activity of drug or chemical substance against a wide variety of microorganisms. → What are some advantages of moist heat: steam under pressure sterilization?
250° F - 270° F (121° C - 132° C) → What is the temperature used for moist heat sterilization?
Moist Heat: steam under pressure. → What is the type of sterilization we use at FTCC?
No contact wth patient surfaces. → How much pressure is used for dry heat sterilization?