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Salon Ecology (Pre-Clinic)
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One celled micro-organisms are called ________, _________ or ________
Microbes, germs or bacteria
Steps to disinfecting combs and brushes:
-Wash with warm water and soap
-Completely remove any hair or debris
-Fully immerse in disinfectant
The categories of infection control:
How are sharp objects disposed?
Place in a sealable rigid container
AIDS cause the immune system to ________ _________
Follow ________ _________ for recommendations on when to change solution in disinfectant containers
________ and _________ have the ability to move themselves by flagella
Bacilli and Spirilla
The ________ number ensures the safety of a product
When mixing disinfectants, always wear _______ _______ and gloves
Store disinfected brushes and combs in a dry, disinfected _______ _______ or cabinet
________ describes when germs or microbes are destroyed
What kind of infection only affects a small area of the body
A local infection
How to treat a chemical burn:
-Remove any contaminated clothing
-Soak in cool (not ice) water or place a cool compress on burn
-Cover burn loosely with cloth
-Call 911 if necessary
Hepatitis, common cold and measles are examples of what kind of disease?
The ________ ________ is where info on the effectiveness of an infection control product can be found
What agency enforces safety and health standards in the workplace?
OSHA (Oregon safety and health department)
Tools and implements used to puncture the skin must be _________ or made to be _________
Disposed // Disinfected
What is developed through the injection of antibodies that stimulate the body's immune system?
What chemical products destroy bacteria and certain viruses?
Plants or animals that live on or obtain nutrients from other organisms are called ________ _________
Agency that approves the efficacy of infection control products
Term that describes removing dirt:
_______ is the body's ability to control infection
What stage does bacteria grow?
_______ are responsible for causing pneumonia
_______ shows info on hazard and storage requirements
SDS (safety data sheet)
What percentage of bacteria is non-pathogenic?
What's the lowest form of infection control?
What are the three shapes of bacteria?
_________ is smaller than bacteria
________ grows in chains (causes strep)
Ways infection spreads in salon?
Sharing cups, reusing towels, not washing hands
________: pus forming bacteria found growing in clusters and bunches
The study of bacteria is called _______
What does sanitation remove?
Dirt and debris
What diseases are caused by viruses?
Common cold, measles, mumps, chicken pox, herpes, warts, flu, polio, AIDS
The most common form of bacterial cells?
Disinfection only works on __________ surfaces
_______ is another name for germs or microbes
All implements must be cleaned before ________
What kind of disease spreads easily between people?
Which bacteria is beneficial?
Which virus causes the common cold?
________ are found on dead matter and don't produce disease
Implements that come into contact with the client must be ________ or _______
Disinfected or disposed
What reduces microbe growth?
Which bacteria is rod shaped?
Which bacteria is spiral shaped?
________ are harmful bacteria
What products kill viruses?
Which bacteria is round?
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