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Chapter 34 Infection Control
Aerobic
Anerobic
Antibodies
Antisceptic
requires oxygen
doesnt require oxygen
Protein substances produced by the body to fight off specific…
waterless soap that is antimicrobial, used to kill pathogens
Aerobic
requires oxygen
Anerobic
doesnt require oxygen
33 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control
aerobic
airborne precaution
anaerobic
antibodies
requires oxygen to live
actions taken to reduce transmission of pathogens transported…
able to live without oxygen
specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
aerobic
requires oxygen to live
airborne precaution
actions taken to reduce transmission of pathogens transported…
52 terms
Chapter 34 - Infection Control
Aerobic
Airborne Precautions
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Require oxygen to live.
Are designed to reduce the transmission of certain diseases,…
Do not require oxygen to live.
Protein substances produced by lymphocytes in the spleen, lym…
Aerobic
Require oxygen to live.
Airborne Precautions
Are designed to reduce the transmission of certain diseases,…
167 terms
Chapter 34 and 42 Infection Control
Abscess
Anesthesia
Anesthetic
Approximate
A collection of pus (white blood cells, bacteria, and dead sk…
A loss of sensation, particularly the feeling of pain
A medication that causes anesthesia
To bring the edges of a wound together so the tissue surfaces…
Abscess
A collection of pus (white blood cells, bacteria, and dead sk…
Anesthesia
A loss of sensation, particularly the feeling of pain
11 terms
Chapter 34 infection control
5 conditions needed for for microorgan…
Need all of these for an infection
2 types of infection
Aerobic
Moisture, temperature,oxygen,no light,food
Reservoir host,portal of exit,excreta,portal of entry,suscept…
Acute-temporary... Chronic-serious and long term
Uses o2
5 conditions needed for for microorgan…
Moisture, temperature,oxygen,no light,food
Need all of these for an infection
Reservoir host,portal of exit,excreta,portal of entry,suscept…
27 terms
Chapter 34 Infection control
Microorganisms
Bacteriology
Mycology
Protozoology
(also called microbes) are living organisms that can only be…
Study of bacteria
Study of fungi
Study of protozoa
Microorganisms
(also called microbes) are living organisms that can only be…
Bacteriology
Study of bacteria
95 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control
microorganisms
microorganisms are found in
microorganisms include
bacteriology
also called microbes can only be seen with a microscope
digestive or respiratory tract and on your skin
protozoa, viruses, fungi and bacteria
study of bacteria
microorganisms
also called microbes can only be seen with a microscope
microorganisms are found in
digestive or respiratory tract and on your skin
31 terms
Chapter 34 (Infection Control)
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
Requires oxygen to live.
Able to live without oxygen.
Specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
Agent used for hand hygiene.
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live.
Anaerobic
Able to live without oxygen.
33 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control
aerobic
airborne precaution
anaerobic
antibodies
requires oxygen to live
actions taken to reduce transmission of pathogens transported…
able to live without oxygen
specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
aerobic
requires oxygen to live
airborne precaution
actions taken to reduce transmission of pathogens transported…
Chapter 34 Infection Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
And have the ability to neutralize Requires oxygen to live
Able to live without oxygen
Specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
Agent use for hand hygiene
Aerobic
And have the ability to neutralize Requires oxygen to live
Anaerobic
Able to live without oxygen
95 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control
microorganisms
microorganisms are found in
microorganisms include
bacteriology
also called microbes can only be seen with a microscope
digestive or respiratory tract and on your skin
protozoa, viruses, fungi and bacteria
study of bacteria
microorganisms
also called microbes can only be seen with a microscope
microorganisms are found in
digestive or respiratory tract and on your skin
33 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control
aerobic
airborne precaution
anaerobic
antibodies
requires oxygen to live
actions taken to reduce transmission of pathogens transported…
able to live without oxygen
specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
aerobic
requires oxygen to live
airborne precaution
actions taken to reduce transmission of pathogens transported…
31 terms
Chapter 34: Infection Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
require oxygen to live.
do not require oxygen to live.
protein substances that are produced by lymphocytes in the sp…
agents used for hand hygiene when leaving rooms of patients i…
Aerobic
require oxygen to live.
Anaerobic
do not require oxygen to live.
31 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
requires oxygen to live
able to live without oxygen
specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
agent used for hand hygiene
Aerobic
requires oxygen to live
Anaerobic
able to live without oxygen
17 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control
Antibodies
Medical asepsis
Pathogens
Leukocytes
These are protein substances produced by lymphocytes in the s…
This refers to the destruction of organisms after the leave t…
These are dz producing microorganisms
These are WBCs that actively fight pathogenic microorganisms…
Antibodies
These are protein substances produced by lymphocytes in the s…
Medical asepsis
This refers to the destruction of organisms after the leave t…
31 terms
Chapter 34: Infection Control Terminology
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
Requires oxygen to live.
Able to live without oxygen.
Specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
Agent used for hand hygiene.
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live.
Anaerobic
Able to live without oxygen.
Chapter 34 Infection Control Terminology
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
Requires oxygen to live.
Able to live without oxygen.
Specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
Agent used for hand hygiene.
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live.
Anaerobic
Able to live without oxygen.
31 terms
Chapter 34 terms: Infection Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
Requires oxygen to live
Able to live without oxygen
Specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
Agent used for hand hygiene
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live
Anaerobic
Able to live without oxygen
31 terms
chapter 34: infection control terminology
aerobic
anaerobic
antibodies
antiseptic
requires oxygen to live
able to live without oxygen
specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
agent used for hand hygiene
aerobic
requires oxygen to live
anaerobic
able to live without oxygen
31 terms
chapter 34- infection control terminology
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibodies
Antiseptic
requires oxygen to live
able to live without oxygen
specialized proteins that lock onto and have the ability to n…
agent used for hand hygiene
Aerobic
requires oxygen to live
Anaerobic
able to live without oxygen
Chapter 34 infection control
Infection control
Asepsis
Bacteriology
Mycology
Is the process of reducing exposure to pathogens to prevent t…
Being free of germs infections and any form microbial
Study of bacteria
Study of fungi
Infection control
Is the process of reducing exposure to pathogens to prevent t…
Asepsis
Being free of germs infections and any form microbial
55 terms
Chapter 34: Infection Prevention and Control
aerobic
anaerobic
asymptomatic
bactericidal
requires oxygen for survival
require little or no oxygen
clinical signs and symptoms are not present
temperature or chemical that destroys bacteria
aerobic
requires oxygen for survival
anaerobic
require little or no oxygen
28 terms
Chapter 34 and 42 infection control
Best way to prevent spreading of disease
Reasons for contamination
Difference between aerobic and anaerob…
Steps in opening a sterile pack
hand hygine
nail polish long artificial nails,long hair
aerobic requires oxygen and anaerobic dont
*Open with non sterile glove... *put packet on mayo stand with f…
Best way to prevent spreading of disease
hand hygine
Reasons for contamination
nail polish long artificial nails,long hair
33 terms
clinical chapter 34 infection control, Chapter 34- Infection Control
state of being free from germs, infect…
sterilization is meaningless if good--…
normally found on the skin and in the…
microorganism normally found on the sk…
asepsis
aseptic
microorganism
normal flora
state of being free from germs, infect…
asepsis
sterilization is meaningless if good--…
aseptic
40 terms
Chapter 34 DRUGS FOR BACTERIAL INFECTIONS
What is the therapeutic of Penicillin G?
what is the classification of Penicill…
What is Penicillin G used for?
what does nurses have to monitor for P…
Antibacterial
Cell wall inhibitor
Pneumococci... Streptococci... Staphylococci... Gonorrhea... Syphilis
Allergies... Temp... WBC count
What is the therapeutic of Penicillin G?
Antibacterial
what is the classification of Penicill…
Cell wall inhibitor
54 terms
Chapter 34 drugs for bacterial infection
Bacteriostatic
Bacteriocidal
Beta-lactamase
Acquired resistance
Slows the growth of bacteria
Kill bacteria
Enzyme produced by the bacteria that prevents the antibiotic…
Occurs when pathogen acquires gene for bacterial resistance t…
Bacteriostatic
Slows the growth of bacteria
Bacteriocidal
Kill bacteria
22 terms
Ch 34 Infection Control
Pathogen
Asepsis
4 main types of microorganisms
Aerobic
Disease producing organisms found everywhere
State of being free from germs and infections
Bacteria-bacteriology... Fungi-mycology... Protozoa-protozoology…
Needs oxygen to grow
Pathogen
Disease producing organisms found everywhere
Asepsis
State of being free from germs and infections
45 terms
Chapter 34-Drugs for Bacterial Infections
Pathogenicity
Virulent
Gram Positive
Gram Positive
The ability for an organism to cause infection
What is word that used to describe the potency of a pathogen?
Staphylocci, streptococci and enterococci
Have thick cell walls and generally stain purple
Pathogenicity
The ability for an organism to cause infection
Virulent
What is word that used to describe the potency of a pathogen?
123 terms
Chapter 34: Drugs for Bacterial Infections
Pathogens
Pathogenicity
Factors that determine pathogenicity
Virulence
Microbes that are capable of causing disease.
The ability of a microorganism to cause infection.
ability of pathogen to bypass body defenses.
the capacity of a pathogen to cause disease depending on the…
Pathogens
Microbes that are capable of causing disease.
Pathogenicity
The ability of a microorganism to cause infection.
15 terms
Chapter 34 Drugs for Bacterial Infections
Penicillin G Sodium/Potassium... ANTIBACT…
Cephalosporin: Cefazolin (Ancef, Kefzo…
Tetracycline (Sumycin) ... ANTIBACTERIAL
Macrolide: Erythromycin (E-Mycin) ... ANT…
-Cell wall inhibitor... -Drug of choice for: streptococci, pneum…
-Cell wall inhibitor; first generation... -Bacteriocidal... -Beta-l…
-Protein synthesis inhibitor... -Bacteriostatic and broad spectr…
-Protein synthesis inhibitor ... -Broad spectrum... -Bacteriostatic…
Penicillin G Sodium/Potassium... ANTIBACT…
-Cell wall inhibitor... -Drug of choice for: streptococci, pneum…
Cephalosporin: Cefazolin (Ancef, Kefzo…
-Cell wall inhibitor; first generation... -Bacteriocidal... -Beta-l…
10 terms
Chapter 34: Drugs for Bacterial Infections
Pathogens
Pathogens causes disease in Two ways
Pathogenicity and Virulence
Methods of Describing Bacteria: SHAPE
• Organisms that can cause disease... • Must bypass the body's d…
o Invasiveness... ♣ Divide rapidly to overcome and cause direct…
• Pathogenicity: ability of organism to cause infection... • Vir…
• Basic shapes... o Bacilli—rod shape... o Cocci—spherical... Spirilla…
Pathogens
• Organisms that can cause disease... • Must bypass the body's d…
Pathogens causes disease in Two ways
o Invasiveness... ♣ Divide rapidly to overcome and cause direct…
45 terms
Chapter 34-Drugs for Bacterial Infections
Pathogenicity
Virulent
Gram Positive
Gram Positive
The ability for an organism to cause infection
What is word that used to describe the potency of a pathogen?
Staphylocci, streptococci and enterococci
Have thick cell walls and generally stain purple
Pathogenicity
The ability for an organism to cause infection
Virulent
What is word that used to describe the potency of a pathogen?
123 terms
Chapter 34: Drugs for Bacterial Infections
Pathogens
Pathogenicity
Factors that determine pathogenicity
Virulence
Microbes that are capable of causing disease.
The ability of a microorganism to cause infection.
ability of pathogen to bypass body defenses.
the capacity of a pathogen to cause disease depending on the…
Pathogens
Microbes that are capable of causing disease.
Pathogenicity
The ability of a microorganism to cause infection.
23 terms
Chapter 34 infection control and medical aspesis
Computer axial tomography
Arthrocentesis
Magnetic resonance imaging
Hematocrit
Uses a thin fan shaped xray beam that rotates atound the pati…
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove fluid
MRI
Describes the percentage by volume of a blood sample
Computer axial tomography
Uses a thin fan shaped xray beam that rotates atound the pati…
Arthrocentesis
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove fluid
40 terms
chapter 34 bacterial infections
pathogenicity
virulence
invasiveness
gram positive
organism defeats the body's defenses
microbes that can cause disease in minute numbers
pathogens grow quickly and cause disease toxic change normal…
thick cell wall/ purple when stained .... staphylococci, strept…
pathogenicity
organism defeats the body's defenses
virulence
microbes that can cause disease in minute numbers
31 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Control and Medical Asepsis
an ongoing aspect of working in health…
the state of being free from pathogeni…
microorganisms power to produce a dise…
vulnerable to catching diseases
Infection Control
Asepsis
Virulence
Susceptible
an ongoing aspect of working in health…
Infection Control
the state of being free from pathogeni…
Asepsis
Asepsis and infection control chapter 34 and 42
Pathogens
Asepsis
Microorganisms
Conditions for Microorganisms to grow
Are diseases producing organisms, are found everywhere, inclu…
The stage of being free of germs,infection, and any forms of…
Are organisms that are so small they can only be seen with th…
Food,moisture,darkness, temperature
Pathogens
Are diseases producing organisms, are found everywhere, inclu…
Asepsis
The stage of being free of germs,infection, and any forms of…
49 terms
Chapter 34: micro GI infection and food poisoning
Stomach acidity
Small intestine
Colon
Risk factors for infection
Reduces number of bacteria
Peristalsis
Normal flora compete for space... Protect surface from pathogens…
Number ingested organisms... Achlorhydia... Reduction in normal flo…
Stomach acidity
Reduces number of bacteria
Small intestine
Peristalsis
61 terms
Chapter 34: Drugs for bacterial infections
Gram positive bacteria
Gram negative bacteria
Bactericidal
Bacteriostatic
thick cell wall, will retain purple stain... ex: staphylococci,…
thinner cell wall, will lose purple stain... ex: bacteroides, Es…
kill bacteria
bacteriostatic: does not directly kill the organism, halts pr…
Gram positive bacteria
thick cell wall, will retain purple stain... ex: staphylococci,…
Gram negative bacteria
thinner cell wall, will lose purple stain... ex: bacteroides, Es…
55 terms
Potter and Perry - Infection Prevention and Control - Chapter 34
aerobic
anaerobic
asymptomatic
bactericidal
requires oxygen for survival
require little or no oxygen
clinical signs and symptoms are not present
temperature or chemical that destroys bacteria
aerobic
requires oxygen for survival
anaerobic
require little or no oxygen
40 terms
Chapter 34 DRUGS FOR BACTERIAL INFECTIONS
What is the therapeutic of Penicillin G?
what is the classification of Penicill…
What is Penicillin G used for?
what does nurses have to monitor for P…
Antibacterial
Cell wall inhibitor
Pneumococci... Streptococci... Staphylococci... Gonorrhea... Syphilis
Allergies... Temp... WBC count
What is the therapeutic of Penicillin G?
Antibacterial
what is the classification of Penicill…
Cell wall inhibitor
61 terms
Chapter 34 Drugs for Bacterial Infections
what are pathogens?
what must pathogens do?
what are the two ways pathogens cause…
how do pathogens invasively/
organisms that can cause disease
bypsass the boys defenses
invasiveness... toxins
divide rapidly to overcome and cause direct damage
what are pathogens?
organisms that can cause disease
what must pathogens do?
bypsass the boys defenses
40 terms
Chapter 34 DRUGS FOR BACTERIAL INFECTIONS
What is the therapeutic of Penicillin G?
what is the classification of Penicill…
What is Penicillin G used for?
what does nurses have to monitor for P…
Antibacterial
Cell wall inhibitor
Pneumococci... Streptococci... Staphylococci... Gonorrhea... Syphilis
Allergies... Temp... WBC count
What is the therapeutic of Penicillin G?
Antibacterial
what is the classification of Penicill…
Cell wall inhibitor
123 terms
Chapter 34: Drugs for Bacterial Infections
Pathogens
Pathogenicity
Factors that determine pathogenicity
Virulence
Microbes that are capable of causing disease.
The ability of a microorganism to cause infection.
ability of pathogen to bypass body defenses.
the capacity of a pathogen to cause disease depending on the…
Pathogens
Microbes that are capable of causing disease.
Pathogenicity
The ability of a microorganism to cause infection.
39 terms
Chapter 34: Resistance of the Body to Infection: I
Which leukocytes are formed in the bon…
Which leukocytes are formed in the lym…
Which leukocytes are capable of phagoc…
What are the two major lineages of WBC…
Granulocytes, monocytes, and a few lymphocytes
Lymphocytes and plasma cells
Granulocytes (polymorphonuclear cells or "polys") and monocytes
Myelocytic and lymphocytic
Which leukocytes are formed in the bon…
Granulocytes, monocytes, and a few lymphocytes
Which leukocytes are formed in the lym…
Lymphocytes and plasma cells
97 terms
Chapter 34 Infection Prevention & Control Questions (1)
1. The client has a 6-inch laceration…
2. A female client has been undergoing…
3. The nurse is observing the new staf…
4. Droplet precautions will be institu…
A release of histamine that adds to the pain response
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) 35 mm/hr
Placing a Foley catheter bag on the bed when transferring a c…
Streptococcal pharyngitis
1. The client has a 6-inch laceration…
A release of histamine that adds to the pain response
2. A female client has been undergoing…
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) 35 mm/hr
11 terms
Chapter 34- Sexually Transmitted Infections
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Gonorrhea or Chlamydial Infection
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
-A large group of disease syndromes that can be transmitted s…
-Disease manifestations... • Urethritis: inflammation of urethra…
-Inflammation of epithelial tissue by organism Neisseria gono…
-Caused by Chlamydia trachomatis... -May result in pelvic inflam…
Sexually Transmitted Infections
-A large group of disease syndromes that can be transmitted s…
Gonorrhea or Chlamydial Infection
-Disease manifestations... • Urethritis: inflammation of urethra…
110 terms
Medical Assisting Chapter 34: Infection Control and Medical Asepsis
Asepsis
Incubation Time
Pathogens
Virulence
A state of being free from all pathogenic microorganisms.
The time between the initial exposure to the disease causing…
Microorganisms that are the causes of the disease. Have certa…
A microorganism's power to produce a disease.
Asepsis
A state of being free from all pathogenic microorganisms.
Incubation Time
The time between the initial exposure to the disease causing…
53 terms
chapter 34 Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses to Virus Infection
Alternative pathway
anaphylatoxin
antibodies
antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity
...
...
...
...
Alternative pathway
...
anaphylatoxin
...
55 terms
Potter and Perry - Infection Prevention and Control - Chapter 34
aerobic
anaerobic
asymptomatic
bactericidal
requires oxygen for survival
require little or no oxygen
clinical signs and symptoms are not present
temperature or chemical that destroys bacteria
aerobic
requires oxygen for survival
anaerobic
require little or no oxygen
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