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MiLady Chapter 5
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1. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created as part of which federal agency?
Department of Labor
2. The form Required from manufacturers that lists handling, disposal, and first-aid information for a product is known as a(n):
Safety data sheet
3. Which term refers to an abnormal condition of all or part of the body that makes it incapable of carrying on normal function?
4. Which term refers to the invasion of body tissues by disease causing pathogens?
5. Disinfectants used in salons must be:
Bactericidal, fungicidial, and virucidal
6. A virucidal disinfectant is capable of destroying
7. One- celled microorganisms with pant and animals characteristics are called:
9. Which os the following is NOT a classification of pathogenic bacteria?
10. Pus-forming bacteria that grow in clusters and can cause abscesses, pustules, and boils
11. The spherical bacteria that cause disease such as pneumonia are:
12. The most common bacteria are:
13. Which bacteria are transmitted in the air, in dust, or within the substance in which they settle?
14. Bacilli and spirilla bacteria use slender, hair-like extensions called:
17. When a bacteria cell grows and splits into two new cells, the new cells are called:
18. The inactive growth stage of bacteria is also known as the:
Spore- forming stage
19. Pus contains ___, bacteria, and dead cells,
White blood cells
21. A local infection confirned to a particular part of the body is indicated by:
A lesion containing pus
22. Which of the following is a type of staph infection that is highly resistant to antibiotics?
23. The most common way that infections spread in a salon is :
24. Which of the following is NOT a common contagious disease that will prevent a salon from servicing a client?
25. A disease that affects the body as a whole, often due to under-oroverfuntioning is called
27. What is given to prevent viruses from growing in the body?
28. The microorganisms that cause hepatitis and HIV are called:
31. All of the following are examples of fungi EXCEPT
32. A skin disease caused by an infestation of head lice is called:
33. The ability go the body to recognize, destroy, and resist infection is:
34. Acquired immunity is NOT obtained through:
36. A reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain food, chemicals, or other normally harmless substances is a(n)
35. The removal of blood or other potentially infectious materials on an items surface is called:
37. Before use, all concentrated disinfectants must be:
38. The process that completely destroys all microbial life, including spores, is:
39. Effective sterilization typically requires the use of ___ to complete.
44. Most quats solutions disinfectants implements in:
41. The amount of time the surface must stay moist with disinfectant in order for the disinfectant to be effective is called:
43. When preparing a disinfectant solution, you should:
Add the disinfectant to the water
26. A parasitic submicroscopic particle that infects and resides in the cells of a biological organisms is a(n)
46. When using disinfectants, you should NOT:
Submerge implements using bare hands
47. Items that can be used again, even after exposure to bodily fluids are called:
48. All of the following are examples of single use items EXCEPT
49. For proper client protection, linens and cloth materials should be:
used once and properly laundered
52. Which of the following is used to remove the residue of pedicure products from a foot spa?
53. Chemical germicides that are formulated for use on skin and are registered and regulated by the FDA are called:
55. Your first step when an exposure incident occurs is to
Stop the service
56. When washing your hands, you should rub them together in a lather for at least:
57. The term ___ is defined as a chemical process for reducing the number of disease-causing germs on cleaned surfaces to a safe level.
58. On which part of an SDS would you find information about the symptoms and edicts of exposure to the chemical substance?
59. Hospital disinfectants can be used on ___ surfaces in the salon.
61. A state regulatory agency can issue penalties against:
Both the salon owner and the cosmetologist
62. Which statement about rules is correct?
Rules establish specific standards of conduct.
64. Most bacteria are:
65. Which type of bacteria causes blood poisoning?
66. Which type of bacteria cause Lyme Disease?
67. The term___ refers to colonies of microorganisms that adhere to environmental surfaces, as well as to the human body, and secrete a sticky protective coating that cements them together.
68. Which form of hepatitis is the most difficult to kill on a salon surface
69. Which of these is a ringworm fungus of the foot
70. What are the two steps of infection control?
Cleaning and then disinfecting
72. The disinfectant sodium hypochlorite is commonly known as:
71. Which is these is NOT a method of cleaning your tools or implements?
Soaking them in disinfectant
73. Which of the following is an example of a single-use item?
74. Which of these CANNOT be immersed in liquid disinfectant?
75. A(n) ___ uses impellers to circulate water
Pipeless foot spa
76. Which type of foot spa does NOT circulate water?
Non- Whirlpool foot Basin
77. You should wash your hands thoroughly
Before and after every service
78. The CDC guidelines that require the employer and employee to assume that all human blood and body fluids are potentially infectious are currently called the:
79. OSHA defines __ as "specialized clothing or equipment worn by an employee for protection against a hazard
80. You should ___ once a week.
Clean fans and ventilation systems
81. When cleaning your implements, you should rinse them with
82. When disinfecting a foot spa, how long should you let the disinfectant circulate through the basin?
83. When cleaning a foot spa at the end of the day, you should fill the basin with ___ and chelating detergent
85. What should you do first when preparing to clean and disinfect a basic foot basin?
Put on gloves and safety glasses?
84. When performing the weekly cleaning of a foot spa, how long should you leave the disinfectant in the basin?
15. Bacteria consist of an outer cell wall containing a liquid called:
16. The process of bacteria dividing into two cells is called:
20. The presence of which of the following is a sign of a bacterial infection?
29. Hepatitis is a bloodborne virus that can damage which part of the body?
30. Human Immunodeficiency virus (hiv) is the virus that causes
45. Phenolic disinfectants have:
a high pH
term-718. Organisms tha grow, feed, and find shelter on or in another organism are called:
40. How often does the CDC require that autoclaves be tested to ensure they are properly sterilizing implements?
42. Which term refers to the effectiveness with which a disinfecting solution kills germs when used according to the label instructions?
50. Which of the following work surfaces should be disinfected daily?
Doorknobs and handles
51. How often must you disinfect a whirlpool spa used for pedicures
after every pedicure
54. A client with hepatitis B who does not appear ill is said to be
60. Tuberculocidal disinfectants
may require special methods of disposal
63. A fungicidal disinfectant is capable of destroying
65. Which type of bacteria cause blood poisoning?
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