5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Report signs and symptoms associated with HIV seroconversion; obtain medical evaluation of illness involving fever, rash, or lymphadenopathy; persue counseling and further testing.
- 2 minutes
- Corrosion and rust free; short cycle time; ease of operation and equipment care.
- Rediographic biteblock, ultrasonic handpiece, amalgam condenser, mirror
- Needles, curets, explores, probes
- a What things need to be done in a follow-up to an exposure?
- b How long do we flush the water lines at the beginning and end of the days?
- c What are some examples of "critical" objects?
- d What are some of the advantages of Chemical Vapor Sterilization?
- e What are some examples of "semicritical" objects?
5 Multiple choice questions
- How much pressure is used for moist heat sterilization?
- What is the time limit for Chemical Vapor Sterilization?
- What is "environmental" surface category?
- What are procedures carried out in the absence of pathogenic microorganisms?
- What are the three approved methods of sterilization?
5 True/False questions
30 seconds → How long do we flush water lines in between each patient?
15-30 lbs pressure (psi) → How much pressure is used for dry heat sterilization?
Counter tops, equipment surfaces, housekeeping surface. → What are some examples of "environmental" objects?
It may corrode carbon steel instruments, unsuitable for oils or powders that are impervious to heat. → What are some disadvantages of moist heat: steam under pressure sterilization?
Asepsis → 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.