5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Touches intact mucous membranes,or oral fluids but DOES NOT penetrate.
- Moist Heat: steam under pressure.
- 15-30 lbs pressure (psi)
- Ultrasonic cleaning
- 30 seconds
- a What is "semicritical" surface category?
- b How long do we flush water lines in between each patient?
- c What is the type of sterilization we use at FTCC?
- d How much pressure is used for moist heat sterilization?
- e What process is safer than manual cleaning prior to sterilization?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What does and External Chemical Indicator do?
- What do you do after you have ran your instruments through the ultrasonic machine?
- What are some examples of "environmental" objects?
- What are some examples of significant exposures?
- What are some examples of "semicritical" objects?
5 True/False questions
Immediately wash wound with soap and water, Flush area with clear water saline, Report to person in charge, Complete incident report, follow posted procedures of workplace, and follow the most recent postexposure guidelines provided by the US Publc Health Service. → What are the disadvantages of Chemical Vapor Sterilization?
No corrosion, good for materials that cannot be subjected to steam under pressure, when at correct temp. it is well suited for sharp instruments. → What are some of the advantages of Chemical Vapor Sterilization?
Aseptic Technique → What is an example of bilogical monitoring?
1-2 hours → What is the time range for dry heat sterilization?
127° F - 132° F (260° C - 270° C) → What is the temperature range for dry heat sterilization?