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2) -Principles of pest control
What is a Pest?
What is a host?
What is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
What Pest control tactics are used in…
Any damaging or annoying organism.
A plant or animal on or in which a pest lives.
Monitoring populations of pests using a combination of strate…
Pest identification, host resistance, sanitation, cultural co…
What is a Pest?
Any damaging or annoying organism.
What is a host?
A plant or animal on or in which a pest lives.
37 terms
Principles of Infection Control & Bioterrorism
Cocci
Bacilli
Protozoa
Microorganism
Bacteria that are round or spherical in shape
Rod-shaped bacteria
One-celled animals found in decayed materials or contaminated…
Any small living organism not visible to the naked eye
Cocci
Bacteria that are round or spherical in shape
Bacilli
Rod-shaped bacteria
9 terms
Principles of Control
Sterilization
Disinfection
Bactericides
Fungicides
Removal or destruction of all microorganisms or viruses.
Elimination of most or all pathogens.
Kill bacteria
Kill fungi
Sterilization
Removal or destruction of all microorganisms or viruses.
Disinfection
Elimination of most or all pathogens.
21 terms
2) -Principles of pest control
What is a Pest?
What is a host?
What is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
What Pest control tactics are used in…
Any damaging or annoying organism.
A plant or animal on or in which a pest lives.
Monitoring populations of pests using a combination of strate…
Pest identification, host resistance, sanitation, cultural co…
What is a Pest?
Any damaging or annoying organism.
What is a host?
A plant or animal on or in which a pest lives.
15 terms
Principles of Infection Control
Nosocomial Infections
Epidemiological data on HAIs
Distribution of HAIs
Hand hyginene
Hospital associated infections (HAIs). Not present upon admis…
Affects 1 in 25 hospitalized pateints... >700,000 HAI's per yea…
Most prominent are pneumonia and surgical site infections.
#1 prevention method for preventing spread of infection in ho…
Nosocomial Infections
Hospital associated infections (HAIs). Not present upon admis…
Epidemiological data on HAIs
Affects 1 in 25 hospitalized pateints... >700,000 HAI's per yea…
18 terms
Principles of Infection Control
Microorganism
Nonpathogen
Pathogen
Aerobic
Small living organism not visible to naked eye
Microorganism that is beneficial to body
Microorganism that causes infection
Microorganism that requires oxygen to live
Microorganism
Small living organism not visible to naked eye
Nonpathogen
Microorganism that is beneficial to body
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Principles - 3.1 Machine Control
Algorithm
Analog Signal
Analog to Digital
Closed Loop System
A step-by-step procedure for solving a problem or accomplishi…
A signal having the characteristic of being continuous and ch…
Conversion of an analog signal to a digital quantity such as…
A control system that considers the output of a system and ma…
Algorithm
A step-by-step procedure for solving a problem or accomplishi…
Analog Signal
A signal having the characteristic of being continuous and ch…
51 terms
Infection Control Principles and Practices
Allergy
Antiseptics
Bacilli
Bacteria
Reaction due to sensitivity to certain foods, chemicals, or o…
Agents formulated for use on skin.
Short rod shape bacteria which produces diseases like tetanus…
One cell microorganism that is either harmful or harmless.
Allergy
Reaction due to sensitivity to certain foods, chemicals, or o…
Antiseptics
Agents formulated for use on skin.
66 terms
Infection Control: Principles & Practices
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome(AI…
Acquired Immunity
Allergy
Antiseptics
A disease that breaks down the body's immune system. AIDS is…
Immunity that the body develops after overcoming a disease, t…
Reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
Chemical germicide formulated for use on skin regulated and r…
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome(AI…
A disease that breaks down the body's immune system. AIDS is…
Acquired Immunity
Immunity that the body develops after overcoming a disease, t…
19 terms
Principles of Infection Control Terms
Pathogen
Aerobic
Endogenous
Viruses
Any organism that causes infection and disease.
Any organism that requires oxygen in order to live and reprod…
An infection or disease that originates within the body.
Smallest microorganisms, visible only by using an electron mi…
Pathogen
Any organism that causes infection and disease.
Aerobic
Any organism that requires oxygen in order to live and reprod…
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principles of infection control terms
aerobic
anaerobic
antisepsis
asepsis
any organisms that requires oxygen in order to live & reprodu…
an organism that lives & reproduces in the absence of oxygen.
Removing pathogens from living tissue
absence of significant contamination
aerobic
any organisms that requires oxygen in order to live & reprodu…
anaerobic
an organism that lives & reproduces in the absence of oxygen.
The Principles of infection control words
Anaerobic
Aerobic
Exogenous
Sterilization
Organisms that require oxygen to live.
Anaerobic
Organisms that require oxygen to live.
Aerobic
55 terms
Principles of Neurohormonal Control 1
Major Factors Responsible for Uneven D…
Concentrations of Ions Across Neuronal…
What balance does there need to be acr…
What is the most important ion in main…
1. Selective permeability of the membrane (most permeable to…
-Osmotic balance... -Intracellular and extracellular charges nee…
K⁺
Major Factors Responsible for Uneven D…
1. Selective permeability of the membrane (most permeable to…
Concentrations of Ions Across Neuronal…
Infection Control: Principles and Practices
Cocci are bacteria that are
Which type of bacteria can cause strep…
Bacteria that grow in pairs and can ca…
Lyme disease and syphilis are caused b…
round shaped
streptococci
diplococci
spirilla
Cocci are bacteria that are
round shaped
Which type of bacteria can cause strep…
streptococci
58 terms
Understanding The Principles of Infection Control
Organisms that live and reproduce in t…
Process that destroys all microorganis…
Plantlike organisms that live on dead…
Absence of pathogens
Anaerobic
Sterilization
Fungi
Asepsis
Organisms that live and reproduce in t…
Anaerobic
Process that destroys all microorganis…
Sterilization
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Principles of Visual Control of Movement
retina
rods
cones
optic chiasma
part of eye that receives light signals and sends them to the…
a type of photoreceptor; found in the periphery of the retina…
a type of photoreceptor; found centrally in the retina (~6 mi…
where the optic nerves from the left and right eye cross over…
retina
part of eye that receives light signals and sends them to the…
rods
a type of photoreceptor; found in the periphery of the retina…
41 terms
Principles of Neurohormonal Control 2
Do all NT's utilize GPCR or ligand rec…
Gs G-protein
Gi G-protein
Gq G-protein
-All utilize GPCR... -Some ALSO utilize ligand receptors... -Every…
+Adenylyl cyclase → cAMP... +Ca²⁺ channels
-Adenylyl cyclase, no cAMP... +K⁺ channels
+PLC → DAG IP₃
Do all NT's utilize GPCR or ligand rec…
-All utilize GPCR... -Some ALSO utilize ligand receptors... -Every…
Gs G-protein
+Adenylyl cyclase → cAMP... +Ca²⁺ channels
50 terms
Principles: Infection Control
Describe *position statement 2.13 from…
Standard IX
What is the infection standard of care…
This organization makes standards to a…
Safe Practices for Needles and Syringes
*"Adhere to infection control policies and procedures as esta…
Infection Control Guide published by AANA every 4 years
OSHA
Describe *position statement 2.13 from…
Safe Practices for Needles and Syringes
Standard IX
*"Adhere to infection control policies and procedures as esta…
24 terms
Principles of Infection Prevention and Control
Three elements that must be present fo…
Iatrogenic immunodeficiency
Direct contact transmission
Indirect contact transmission
Source, host, and route
immunodeficiency through chemotherapy
when a pathogen is transferred directly from one person to an…
the transfer of a pathogen through a contaminated intermediat…
Three elements that must be present fo…
Source, host, and route
Iatrogenic immunodeficiency
immunodeficiency through chemotherapy
38 terms
Principles of Motor Control & Accuracy
minimize errors in the movement, utili…
probably not, but depends on the task
relative timing
speed, size, force, trajectory of a mo…
Why is slower performance preferable for many tasks?
Does speed of performance always have to be sacrificed for ac…
_____________ ________________ remains essentially the same (…
Name some variant features of movement control
minimize errors in the movement, utili…
Why is slower performance preferable for many tasks?
probably not, but depends on the task
Does speed of performance always have to be sacrificed for ac…
58 terms
Monday - Principles of Neurohormonal Control
Name of machine used to display voltag…
Name of standard method for recording…
How does whole-cell patch clamp work?
Major factors responsible for the memb…
Oscilloscope
Whole-cell patch clamp
Patch electrode w/ glass capillary tube is pressed against th…
1. Selective permeability of the membrane... 2. Large organic an…
Name of machine used to display voltag…
Oscilloscope
Name of standard method for recording…
Whole-cell patch clamp
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Principles of Internal Control and Limitations
How can a business establish *responsi…
Why should a person who has *control o…
Why are documentation procedure put…
Why are physical controls put into p…
Assign responsibility to specific employees, so that one pers…
This reduces the risk of theft or waste and the person who ke…
To provide evidence that transactions have occurred.
To safeguard assets and enhance accuracy and reliability of a…
How can a business establish *responsi…
Assign responsibility to specific employees, so that one pers…
Why should a person who has *control o…
This reduces the risk of theft or waste and the person who ke…
15 terms
infection control principles and practices
what are the elements of universal pre…
EPA -registered are effective against…
Why is it recommended to avoid bar soa…
name three types of salon disfectant.
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what are the elements of universal pre…
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EPA -registered are effective against…
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67 terms
Principles: Infection Control
Infection control compliance by imposi…
What is one major force driving change…
What are 3 reasons we should care abou…
What Standard number verifies that inf…
minimum expected by society
Regulatory agencies
1. prolonged hospitalization... 2. increased mortality... 3. increa…
Standard IX
Infection control compliance by imposi…
minimum expected by society
What is one major force driving change…
Regulatory agencies
83 terms
Infection Control - Principles in DH
What is impotant to know about disease…
What is important to know about infect…
What is important to know about safety?
What should annual biohazardous materi…
Preventing transmission of infectious disease is based on und…
Both blood and OPIM (other potentially infections materials)…
Always assume an exposure is potentially infectious and follo…
-Hazards faced... -How bloodborne diseases are trasmitted and th…
What is impotant to know about disease…
Preventing transmission of infectious disease is based on und…
What is important to know about infect…
Both blood and OPIM (other potentially infections materials)…
11 terms
Infection Control Principles & Practices
Occupational Safety & Health Administr…
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Disinfectants
Regulates & enforce safety and health standards to protect em…
Contains info compiled by the manufacturer about the product…
Registers all types of disinfectants sold & used in the US.
Chemical products that destroy all bacteria, fungi, and viruses
Occupational Safety & Health Administr…
Regulates & enforce safety and health standards to protect em…
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
Contains info compiled by the manufacturer about the product…
28 terms
principles of infection control
antiseptics
bactericidal
bacteriostatic
cohorting
Tending to inhibit the growth and reproduction of microorgani…
Destructive to bacteria
Tending to restrain bacterial growth
Collection or sampling of individuals who share a common char…
antiseptics
Tending to inhibit the growth and reproduction of microorgani…
bactericidal
Destructive to bacteria
16 terms
Principles of Infection Control
Anaerobic
Sterilization
Fungi
Asepsis
Organisms that live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen
Process that destroys all microorganisms including spores and…
Plantlike organisms that live on dead matter
Absence of pathogens
Anaerobic
Organisms that live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen
Sterilization
Process that destroys all microorganisms including spores and…
23 terms
Principles of Infection Control
anaerobic
sterilization
fungi
asepsis
organisms that live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen
process that destroys all microorganisms, including spores an…
plantlike organisms that live on dead organic matter
absence of pathogens
anaerobic
organisms that live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen
sterilization
process that destroys all microorganisms, including spores an…
15 terms
Infection Control: Principles & Practice
Syphilis and Lyme disease are caused by
The bacteria that caused concern in 20…
The bacteria that rarely show active m…
The slender, hair like extensions with…
Bacilli
Mycobacterium Fortuitum Furunculosis
Cocci
Flagella
Syphilis and Lyme disease are caused by
Bacilli
The bacteria that caused concern in 20…
Mycobacterium Fortuitum Furunculosis
35 terms
Principles of Repro and Endocrine Control
What is an example of autocrine signal…
What is an example of paracrine signal…
What is endocrine signaling?
What are exocrine glands?
Breast cancer. Herceptin (Trastuzumab) which blocks Her-2 Neu…
ECL cells releases histamine which stimulates the nearby pari…
Hormones go into the blood
Hormones go into the duct system which lead to the exterior o…
What is an example of autocrine signal…
Breast cancer. Herceptin (Trastuzumab) which blocks Her-2 Neu…
What is an example of paracrine signal…
ECL cells releases histamine which stimulates the nearby pari…
6 terms
6 Principles of Internal Control
Establishment of Responsibility
Segregation of Duties
Documentation Procedures
Physical Controls
assigning responsibility to specific employees, so that one p…
Having different individuals be responsible for related activ…
Documenting transactions to provide evidence that those trans…
Used to safeguard assets and enhance accuracy and reliability…
Establishment of Responsibility
assigning responsibility to specific employees, so that one p…
Segregation of Duties
Having different individuals be responsible for related activ…
20 terms
The Principles of Infection Control
Microorganism or Microbe
Pathogen
Bacteria
Protozoa
Small living plant or animal. Found everywhere. Many are part…
Microorganism that causes an infection. (It's a germ!)
One-celled plants (multiply rapidly.) Classified by shape and…
One-celled animals, found in decayed matter and dirty water.…
Microorganism or Microbe
Small living plant or animal. Found everywhere. Many are part…
Pathogen
Microorganism that causes an infection. (It's a germ!)
23 terms
Infection control principles and practice
MSDS
State regulatory agencies
Hospital grade disinfectant
Microbiology
Material safety data sheet
Protect clients health, safety, and Welfare
Will kill bacteria, fungi, and viruses
The study of microbes
MSDS
Material safety data sheet
State regulatory agencies
Protect clients health, safety, and Welfare
57 terms
Principles of Control of Infectious Diseases
Define endemic
Define epidemic
Give an example of an epidemic
Define pandemic
Constant presence
Increase in disease incidence in geographical area
Foot and Mouth Disease Virus (2001)
Epidemic over wide geographical area affecting a large number
Define endemic
Constant presence
Define epidemic
Increase in disease incidence in geographical area
INFECTION CONTROL: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
O.S.H.A
O.S.H.A
MSDS
MSDS
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Created as part of the U.S. department of labor to regulate a…
Material Safety Data Sheet
Includes information about ingredients,safe use and handling…
O.S.H.A
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration
O.S.H.A
Created as part of the U.S. department of labor to regulate a…
7 terms
6 Principles of Internal Control
Internal Control
Establishment of responsibility
Segregation of Duties
Documentation procedures
Procedures put in place by an organization to reduce risk
Assign responsibility to specific individuals to hold them re…
Different individuals should be responsible for related activ…
Establish procedures for all documents such as pre-numbering.
Internal Control
Procedures put in place by an organization to reduce risk
Establishment of responsibility
Assign responsibility to specific individuals to hold them re…
104 terms
Principles of infection control 120
List the three methods of contact tran…
Direct contact
Give one example of a disease transmit…
Define indirect contact
Contact,respiratory droplets, airborne droplet
Occurs when a pathogen is transferred directly from one perso…
Hepatitis A
Transfer of a pathogen through a contaminated intermediate ob…
List the three methods of contact tran…
Contact,respiratory droplets, airborne droplet
Direct contact
Occurs when a pathogen is transferred directly from one perso…
17 terms
Coso Principles of Internal Control
1 (Control Environment)
2 (Control Environment)
3 (Control Environment)
4 (Control Environment)
Commitment to Integrity and Ethical Values
The Board of Directors Exercises Oversight Responsibly
Management Establishes Structure, Authority, and Responsibility
The Organization Demonstrates Commitment to Competence
1 (Control Environment)
Commitment to Integrity and Ethical Values
2 (Control Environment)
The Board of Directors Exercises Oversight Responsibly
38 terms
infection control: principles and practices
federal regulation
state regulation
OSHA
MSDS
set guidelines for manufacturing the sale and use of equipmen…
regulate licensing, enforcement, and your conduct in the salon
occupational safety and health administration
material safety data sheets
federal regulation
set guidelines for manufacturing the sale and use of equipmen…
state regulation
regulate licensing, enforcement, and your conduct in the salon
38 terms
Principles of pest control
Key Pest
Occasional Pest
Seedling
Persistent or Residual Pesticides
Are nearly always present and require control
Reaching damaging levels only in some years or under special…
Small delicate plantlets
remain active for varying periods of time after they are appl…
Key Pest
Are nearly always present and require control
Occasional Pest
Reaching damaging levels only in some years or under special…
76 terms
INFECTION CONTROL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME
ACQUIRED IMMUNITY
allergy
antiseptics
ABBREVIATED AIDS; a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
immunity that the body develops overcoming a disease, through…
reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
chemical germicides formulated to use for skin; registered an…
ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME
ABBREVIATED AIDS; a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
ACQUIRED IMMUNITY
immunity that the body develops overcoming a disease, through…
99 terms
Infection control: Principles & Practice
Bacteria
Nonpathogenic
Pathogenic
Parasites
One celled microoganisms with both plant and animal characeri…
Helpful or harmless; not disease-oriducing, which perform man…
A harmful bacteria and, although in the minority, causes dise…
A type of pathogenic bacteria that requires living matter for…
Bacteria
One celled microoganisms with both plant and animal characeri…
Nonpathogenic
Helpful or harmless; not disease-oriducing, which perform man…
5 terms
Internal control principles
Establish responsibility
Segregate duties
Restrict access
Document procedures
Assign each task to only one employee
Do not make one employee responsible for all parts of a process
Do not provide access to assets or information unless it is n…
Prepare documents to show activities that have occurred
Establish responsibility
Assign each task to only one employee
Segregate duties
Do not make one employee responsible for all parts of a process
30 terms
INFECTION CONTROL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
Bacteria
A parasite
Pathogenic
Disease
One-celled microoganism with both plant and animal characteri…
Is a type of pathogenic bacteria.
Is a term used to refer to harmful bacteria.
Is produce by pathogenic bacteria.
Bacteria
One-celled microoganism with both plant and animal characteri…
A parasite
Is a type of pathogenic bacteria.
94 terms
principles of infection control
nosocomial
what is considered a nosocomial infect…
pathogen
prokaryotic
same as HAI
72 hours after admission
disease causing microbes
no nucleus and single celled organisms
nosocomial
same as HAI
what is considered a nosocomial infect…
72 hours after admission
65 terms
infection control: principles and practice
one- celled microorganism with both pl…
a type of pathogenic bacteria is
harmful bacteria are referred to as:
pathogenic bacteria produced:
bacteria
parasites
pathogenic
Disease
one- celled microorganism with both pl…
bacteria
a type of pathogenic bacteria is
parasites
Principles of Infection Control: Regulation
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
Material Safety Data Sheet
Environmental Protection Agency
State Regulatory Agencies
Regulates and enforces safety and health standards to protect…
Information complied by the manufacturer about the product sa…
Registers all types of disinfectant sold and used in the US.
Includes licensing agencies, state boards of cosmetology, com…
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
Regulates and enforces safety and health standards to protect…
Material Safety Data Sheet
Information complied by the manufacturer about the product sa…
Principles of infection control: Prevention
Decontamination Method 1
Decontamination Method 2
Efficacy
Bioburden
Cleaning and then disinfecting with an epa registered disinfe…
Cleaning then sterilization.
Ability to produce an effect.
Number of viable organisms in or on an object or surface of a…
Decontamination Method 1
Cleaning and then disinfecting with an epa registered disinfe…
Decontamination Method 2
Cleaning then sterilization.
15 terms
Principles of infection control
Microorganism
Non-pathogens
Normal Flora
Pathogens
Small living plants or animals found everywhere
Beneficial to the body
Live in specific environment
Germs
Microorganism
Small living plants or animals found everywhere
Non-pathogens
Beneficial to the body
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