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chapter 10 infection control
aerobic
aids
anaerobic
antibiotic
Containing oxygen; referring to an organism, environment, or…
A serious (often fatal) disease of the immune system transmit…
Describes a process that does not require oxygen.
A chemical secreted by a living organism that kills or reduce…
aerobic
Containing oxygen; referring to an organism, environment, or…
aids
A serious (often fatal) disease of the immune system transmit…
43 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live.
Classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
76 terms
Chapter 10 Infection
Emerging Infections
Microorganisms and humans: a dynamic r…
Normal Microbiome
Symbiosis
Definition: New, reemerging or drug-resistant infections whos…
The human body is a hospitable site because of temperature an…
- permanently residing microbes that do not cause disease. mi…
Benefits only the human; no harm to the microorganism
Emerging Infections
Definition: New, reemerging or drug-resistant infections whos…
Microorganisms and humans: a dynamic r…
The human body is a hospitable site because of temperature an…
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Chapter 10 infection control
aerobic
AIDS
anaerobic
antibiotic
Process that requires oxygen
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Process that does not require oxygen
A chemical secreted by a living organism that kills or reduce…
aerobic
Process that requires oxygen
AIDS
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
43 terms
Chapter 10 - Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live
Classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
43 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Aerobic (p. 225)
AIDS (p. 252, 256)
Anaerobic (p. 225)
Antibiotic (p. 225)
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live.
Classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
Aerobic (p. 225)
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS (p. 252, 256)
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
66 terms
Chapter 10: Infection
Opportunistic Microorganisms
True Pathogens
Process of Infection
Colonization
Leave their normal sites and cause infection elsewhere. Depen…
Can avoid immune defenses. Cause direct infection depending o…
1. Colonization... 2. Invasion... 3. Multiplication... 4. Spread
Contact with/exposure to bacteria from contaminated source (f…
Opportunistic Microorganisms
Leave their normal sites and cause infection elsewhere. Depen…
True Pathogens
Can avoid immune defenses. Cause direct infection depending o…
68 terms
Chapter 10 Infection
Leading causes of death worldwide/US
Why are old infections re-emerging?
Top 10 leading causes of death in the…
SARS
-re-emergence of old infections. example -TB... -emergence of ne…
Do to homelessness and lack of vaccination
Ischaemic heart disease, stroke, COPD, lower respiratory infe…
severe acute respiratory syndrome... - caused by coronavirus
Leading causes of death worldwide/US
-re-emergence of old infections. example -TB... -emergence of ne…
Why are old infections re-emerging?
Do to homelessness and lack of vaccination
Chapter 10 Infection
Leading causes of death worldwide/US
Why are old infections re-emerging?
Top 10 leading causes of death in the…
SARS
-re-emergence of old infections. example -TB... -emergence of ne…
Due to homelessness and lack of vaccination
Ischaemic heart disease, stroke, COPD, lower respiratory infe…
severe acute respiratory syndrome... - caused by coronavirus
Leading causes of death worldwide/US
-re-emergence of old infections. example -TB... -emergence of ne…
Why are old infections re-emerging?
Due to homelessness and lack of vaccination
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Chapter 10 : Infection
opportunistic microorganism
True pathogen
Steps of infection process
colonization
normally not cause disease but do so when immune systems are…
bypass normal defenses and cause infection. Infection depende…
colonization... invasion... multiplication... spread
infectious microorganism transmitted by direct or indirect co…
opportunistic microorganism
normally not cause disease but do so when immune systems are…
True pathogen
bypass normal defenses and cause infection. Infection depende…
52 terms
Chapter 10: Infection
emerging infections
Mutual symbiotic relationship
Opportunistic microorganisms
True pathogens
deaths from infection account for about one-third of deaths w…
-Microorganism and human benefit... -Normal microbiome... • Residen…
Would normally not cause disease but do so ... when immune syste…
Bypass normal defenses and cause infection.... Infection is usua…
emerging infections
deaths from infection account for about one-third of deaths w…
Mutual symbiotic relationship
-Microorganism and human benefit... -Normal microbiome... • Residen…
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Chapter 10 Infection
Immunity
Antigen
Pathogens
Microbes
Ability to fight off disease caused by microbes
Pathogenic microbe that enters the body
Microbes that cause disease
Germs
Immunity
Ability to fight off disease caused by microbes
Antigen
Pathogenic microbe that enters the body
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HSE Chapter 10 Infection Control
aerobic
AIDS
anaerobic
antibiotic
require oxygen to live
(acquired immune deficiency syndrome) A disease that occurs w…
do not require oxygen to live
medications capable of inhibiting the growth of or destroying…
aerobic
require oxygen to live
AIDS
(acquired immune deficiency syndrome) A disease that occurs w…
66 terms
Chapter 10: Infection
Opportunistic Microorganisms
True Pathogens
Process of Infection
Colonization
Leave their normal sites and cause infection elsewhere. Depen…
Can avoid immune defenses. Cause direct infection depending o…
1. Colonization... 2. Invasion... 3. Multiplication... 4. Spread
Contact with/exposure to bacteria from contaminated source (f…
Opportunistic Microorganisms
Leave their normal sites and cause infection elsewhere. Depen…
True Pathogens
Can avoid immune defenses. Cause direct infection depending o…
35 terms
Chapter 10 Infection :)
What is a significant cause of morbidi…
What is the first stage in the infecti…
Which type of microorganism reproduces…
Phagocytosis involves neutrophils acti…
Infectious disease
Colonization
Bacteria and fungi
Bacteria
What is a significant cause of morbidi…
Infectious disease
What is the first stage in the infecti…
Colonization
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Chapter 10 - Infection
incubation period
prodromal stage
invasion period
convalescence
the period of initial exposure to the infectious agent and th…
the occurrence of initial symptoms, usually general discomfor…
pathogen is multiplying rapidly, immune and inflammatory resp…
the individuals immune and inflammatory system have successfu…
incubation period
the period of initial exposure to the infectious agent and th…
prodromal stage
the occurrence of initial symptoms, usually general discomfor…
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CHAPTER 10: INFECTION CONTROL
AEROBIC
AIDS
ANAEROBIC
ANTISEPTICS
Requires oxygen to live;a type of exercise that elevates the…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live
Chemical agents that prevent or inhibit growth of microorgani…
AEROBIC
Requires oxygen to live;a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
43 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
Requires oxygen; type of exercise that elevates the heart rat…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen
Classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
Aerobic
Requires oxygen; type of exercise that elevates the heart rat…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
21 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
antiseptic
asepsis
barrier envelope
The end stage of an infection with the human immunodeficiency…
Refers to agents used on living tissues to destroy or stop th…
The absence of septic matter, or freedom from infection
Plastic sheaths use to seal intraoral film packets, phosphor…
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
The end stage of an infection with the human immunodeficiency…
antiseptic
Refers to agents used on living tissues to destroy or stop th…
35 terms
Chapter 10: Infection
opportunistic microorganisms
symbiosis
True pathogens
Process of Infection
Would normally not cause disease but do so when immune system…
mutual benefit for both bacteria and the host
Bypass normal defenses and cause infection.
colonization, invasion, multiplication, spread
opportunistic microorganisms
Would normally not cause disease but do so when immune system…
symbiosis
mutual benefit for both bacteria and the host
10 terms
Chapter 10: Infection
Pathogenic
Infectivity
Virulence
Immunogenicity
Causes or produces a disease state in the host, usually by:... 1…
Ability of a microbe to invade and multiply in a host.
Potency of a pathogen; the number of microbes or the concentr…
Ability to induce an immune response.
Pathogenic
Causes or produces a disease state in the host, usually by:... 1…
Infectivity
Ability of a microbe to invade and multiply in a host.
42 terms
CHAPTER 10: INFECTION CONTROL
AEROBIC
AIDS
ANAEROBIC
ANTISEPTICS
Requires oxygen to live;a type of exercise that elevates the…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live
Chemical agents that prevent or inhibit growth of microorgani…
AEROBIC
Requires oxygen to live;a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
43 terms
CHAPTER 10: INFECTION CONTROL
AEROBIC
AIDS
ANAEROBIC
ANTIBIOTIC
Requires oxygen to live
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live
Classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
AEROBIC
Requires oxygen to live
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
42 terms
CHAPTER 10: INFECTION CONTROL
AEROBIC
AIDS
ANAEROBIC
ANTISEPTICS
Requires oxygen to live;a type of exercise that elevates the…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live
Chemical agents that prevent or inhibit growth of microorgani…
AEROBIC
Requires oxygen to live;a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
106 terms
Chapter 10 Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
requires oxygen to live
disease that occurs when an HIV positive person develops sign…
does not require oxygen to live
classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
Aerobic
requires oxygen to live
AIDS
disease that occurs when an HIV positive person develops sign…
18 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Infection Control
Infection disease
Pathogens
Microorganisms
To prevent the spread of infectious diseases
Any disease caused by growth of pathogens
Disease causing microorganisms in the body (germs)
Very small, usually one celled, living plants or animals
Infection Control
To prevent the spread of infectious diseases
Infection disease
Any disease caused by growth of pathogens
43 terms
Chapter 10 - Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
Require oxygen to live
...
Do not require oxygen to live
Medications capable of inhibiting
Aerobic
Require oxygen to live
AIDS
...
17 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
antiseptic
asepsis
barrier envelope
The end stage of an infection with the human immunodeficiency…
Refers to agents used on living tissues to destroy or stop th…
The absence of septic matter, or freedom from infection
Plastic sheaths use to seal intraoral film packets, phosphor…
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
The end stage of an infection with the human immunodeficiency…
antiseptic
Refers to agents used on living tissues to destroy or stop th…
25 terms
chapter 10: infection control
mircobe
pathogen
antibodies
antibodies
living hing that cannot be seen with the naked eye, bacteria…
a microbe that can cause illnes
specialized proteins produced by the immune system that help…
drugs used to treat bacterial infections
mircobe
living hing that cannot be seen with the naked eye, bacteria…
pathogen
a microbe that can cause illnes
43 terms
Chapter 10 Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
Requires oxygen to live
A disease that occurs when an HIV positive person develop sig…
Does not require oxygen to live
Classification of medications capable of inhabiting growth of…
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV positive person develop sig…
23 terms
Infection control chapter 10
Microbe
Pathogens
Infection
Bacteria
H
G
...
...
Microbe
H
Pathogens
G
43 terms
chapter 10: infection control
aerobic
AIDS
anaerobic
antibiotic
requires oxygen to live
a disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
does not require oxygen to live
classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
aerobic
requires oxygen to live
AIDS
a disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
27 terms
Chapter 10: infection Control
Microbe
Pathogen
Bacteria
Viruses
A living thing that cannot be seen with the naked eye; exampl…
A microbe that can cause illness
"Strep throat" urinary tract infections, abscesses, tb, bacte…
HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, fever blisters, common cold
Microbe
A living thing that cannot be seen with the naked eye; exampl…
Pathogen
A microbe that can cause illness
43 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotics
Requires oxygen to live; Type f exercise that elevates the he…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive develops signs and…
Does not require oxygen to live.
Classification of medications capable of inhabiting the growt…
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live; Type f exercise that elevates the he…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-positive develops signs and…
43 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
A disease that occurs when an HIV-Positive person develops si…
Does not require oxygen to live
Classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS
A disease that occurs when an HIV-Positive person develops si…
43 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
AIDS
Antibiotic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
Doesn't require oxygen to live
Disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops sign…
Classification of medicines capable of inhibiting the growth…
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
Anaerobic
Doesn't require oxygen to live
43 terms
Chapter 10 Infection Control
aerobic
AIDS
anaerobic
antibiotic
requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
a disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
does not require oxygen to live
classification of medication capable of inhibiting the growth…
aerobic
requires oxygen to live; a type of exercise that elevates the…
AIDS
a disease that occurs when an HIV-positive person develops si…
54 terms
Chapter 10 (Infection Control)
epidemiology
infection
colonization
subclinical infection
the study of disease distribution and determinants of disease…
the reproduction of micro organisms in the human body
the reproduction of an infectious micro organism, does not pr…
occurs when the infection is present but there are no signs o…
epidemiology
the study of disease distribution and determinants of disease…
infection
the reproduction of micro organisms in the human body
22 terms
Chapter 10 : Infection Control
Infection Control
Infectious Disease
Pathogens
Microorganisms
prevention against the spread of infectious diseases
any disease is any disease caused by the growth of pathogens…
disease-causing microorganisms
very small, usually one-celled, living plants or animals
Infection Control
prevention against the spread of infectious diseases
Infectious Disease
any disease is any disease caused by the growth of pathogens…
42 terms
Patho Chapter 10 Infection
Lecture Objectives
Opportunistic Microorganisms
Normal Flora
Process of Infection
Leading cause of death globally (this is not in the slides bu…
A bacterium, virus, protozoan or fungus that takes advantage…
Microorganisms or bacteria that normally reside at a given si…
Colonization, Invasion, Multiplication, Spread... LECTURE OBJEC…
Lecture Objectives
Leading cause of death globally (this is not in the slides bu…
Opportunistic Microorganisms
A bacterium, virus, protozoan or fungus that takes advantage…
21 terms
Chapter 10: infection control
Aerobic
AIDS
Anaerobic
Antibiotic
Require oxygen to live
Disease that occurs when an HIV positive person develops sign…
Does not require oxygen to live
Classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
Aerobic
Require oxygen to live
AIDS
Disease that occurs when an HIV positive person develops sign…
NAST Chapter 10: Communicable Disease and Infection Control
microbe
normal flora
pathogens
opportunistic microbes
a living thing that cannot be seen with the naked eye
harmless microbes that help the human body to function properly
microbes that can cause illness
microbes that can change from harmless to pathogenic
microbe
a living thing that cannot be seen with the naked eye
normal flora
harmless microbes that help the human body to function properly
13 terms
Chapter 10 Infection Control
The abbreviation for OSHA stands for
A/An _________ is an area designated t…
___________ are infections that occur…
The smallest of the microbes; they can…
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Sterile Field
Opportunistic Infections
Viruses
The abbreviation for OSHA stands for
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
A/An _________ is an area designated t…
Sterile Field
43 terms
Infection Control Chapter 10
aerobic
AIDS
anaerobic
antibiotic
requires O2 to live; a type of exercise that evaluates the he…
a disease that occurs when a HIV positive person develop sign…
does not require oxygen to live
classification of medications capable of inhibiting the growt…
aerobic
requires O2 to live; a type of exercise that evaluates the he…
AIDS
a disease that occurs when a HIV positive person develop sign…
84 terms
Chapter 10 infection control
What is hepatitis A
What is hepatitis A route of transmiss…
Can you have hepatitis a more than one…
What are some preventions for hepatiti…
Acute liver disease caused by the HAV, lasts from a few weeks…
By fecal matter, Close person-to-person contact or ingestion…
No you cannot have hepatitis a more than one time
A vaccine for all children starting at age one, different tra…
What is hepatitis A
Acute liver disease caused by the HAV, lasts from a few weeks…
What is hepatitis A route of transmiss…
By fecal matter, Close person-to-person contact or ingestion…
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infection control chapter 10
a living thing that cannot be seen wit…
a microbe that can cause illness
infection that can be spread from one…
what are microbes generally classified…
microbe
pathogen
communicable infections
bacteria, viruses, fungi, parisites
a living thing that cannot be seen wit…
microbe
a microbe that can cause illness
pathogen
10 terms
Infection Control Chapter 10
The first handwashing of the day invol…
When should an alcohol-based hand rub…
Which bacteria on the hands are the mo…
Which microorganisms are removed by ro…
A soft brush to clean nails
Only if no soil is visible on the hands
Those that contaminate hands from touched surfaces
Transient Flora
The first handwashing of the day invol…
A soft brush to clean nails
When should an alcohol-based hand rub…
Only if no soil is visible on the hands
21 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
What is the first step in hand washing?
What is a pathogen?
What is an infectious disease?
What are microorganisms?
Turn on faucet
Disease-causing microorganisms
Any disease caused by the growth of pathogens
small, one celled living plants or animals
What is the first step in hand washing?
Turn on faucet
What is a pathogen?
Disease-causing microorganisms
50 terms
Chapter 10: Infection Control
Infection Control
Infectious Disease
Pathogens
Which of the following may be signs or…
programs of disease surveillance, generally within health car…
A disease due to the presence of an infective particle, espec…
a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause dis…
C. Red, swollen, draining wound
Infection Control
programs of disease surveillance, generally within health car…
Infectious Disease
A disease due to the presence of an infective particle, espec…
64 terms
Chapter 10 Pathophysiology: Infection
Mutual Symbiotic Relationship
Normal microbiome
Where are the sterile parts of our bod…
Opportunistic microorganisms
Microorganism and human benefit.
-resident microorganisms are found in different parts of the…
-in the low respiratory tract (by vocal chords) ... -stomach... -bl…
-would normally not cause disease but do so when immune syste…
Mutual Symbiotic Relationship
Microorganism and human benefit.
Normal microbiome
-resident microorganisms are found in different parts of the…
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