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54 terms
Infection Control-health science
Microorganism
Nonpathogens
Pathogens
Bacteria
-Not visible to the naked eye... -Prefers dark, warm, moist envi…
-Part of normal body flora... -Beneficial om maintaining some bo…
Microorganisms that cause infection or disease, germs ... -Produ…
Simple, one celled organisms that multiply rapidly
Microorganism
-Not visible to the naked eye... -Prefers dark, warm, moist envi…
Nonpathogens
-Part of normal body flora... -Beneficial om maintaining some bo…
41 terms
Health Science: Infection Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Bacteria
Fungi
relating to, involving, or requiring free oxygen.... "simple aer…
literally means "living without air", as opposed to aerobic w…
Bacteria constitute a large domain of prokaryotic microorgani…
A fungus is any member of the group of eukaryotic organisms t…
Aerobic
relating to, involving, or requiring free oxygen.... "simple aer…
Anaerobic
literally means "living without air", as opposed to aerobic w…
39 terms
Health Science Infection Control
Microorganisms
Local Infection
Systemic Infection
Communicable
(Microbe) small living plant/animal that can only be seen thr…
In a body part
Involves Whole Body
Can be transmitted from one person to another person.
Microorganisms
(Microbe) small living plant/animal that can only be seen thr…
Local Infection
In a body part
Health Science- Infection Control
shape of cocci
diseases of cocci
diplococci diseases
streptococci diseases
round or spherical
•diplococci... •streptococci... •staphylococci
•gonorrhea... •meningitis ... •pneumonia
•strep throat... •rheumatic fever
shape of cocci
round or spherical
diseases of cocci
•diplococci... •streptococci... •staphylococci
35 terms
Infection Control- Health Science
Begins inside the body
Caused by something outside the body
Acquired by an individual within a hea…
Occur when the body's defenses are weak
Endogenous
Exogenous
Nosocomial
Opportunistic
Begins inside the body
Endogenous
Caused by something outside the body
Exogenous
44 terms
Health science infection control
helminths
hepatitis b
hepatitis c
microorganisms
multicellular parasitic organisms commonly called worms or fl…
caused by HBV virus transmitted by blood, serum, and other bo…
caused by virus HCV transmitted by blood and body fluids cont…
small living organism thats not visible to the naked eye, fou…
helminths
multicellular parasitic organisms commonly called worms or fl…
hepatitis b
caused by HBV virus transmitted by blood, serum, and other bo…
25 terms
Health Science Infection Control
microorganisms that are part of the bo…
pathogens
non pathogens
bacilli
non pathogens
harmful
not harmful
microorganisms that are part of the bo…
non pathogens
pathogens
harmful
10 terms
Health Science Infection Control
antisepsis
asepsis
nosocomial
clean
Eliminating microorganisms that cause diseases
absence of bacteria
type of infection developed after hospital admission
unstained, clear, pure, sanitary
antisepsis
Eliminating microorganisms that cause diseases
asepsis
absence of bacteria
40 terms
health science | infection control exam review
define endogenous
define exogenous
define opportunistic
define nosocomial
- means it originates within... - ex. metabolic disorders, conge…
- means it originates outside the body... - ex. pathogenic organ…
means the infections are those that occur when the body's def…
means the infection is one that is acquired by an individual…
define endogenous
- means it originates within... - ex. metabolic disorders, conge…
define exogenous
- means it originates outside the body... - ex. pathogenic organ…
25 terms
Health science infection control
Microorganisms spread by
A pathogen is an organism that
Disenfection
A microorganism that survives without…
Airborne and oral route, dirty hands sneezing and sexual cont…
Causes disease
Using chemicals to clean items to remove as many microorganis…
Anaerobic
Microorganisms spread by
Airborne and oral route, dirty hands sneezing and sexual cont…
A pathogen is an organism that
Causes disease
39 terms
Health science : infection control
Endogenous
Exogenous
Nosocomial
Opportunistic
Infections or diseases that occur within the body
Infections or diseases that occur outside the body
Infections or diseases that originate from the hospital
Infections that occur when the bodies immune system is weak
Endogenous
Infections or diseases that occur within the body
Exogenous
Infections or diseases that occur outside the body
49 terms
health science Infection Control
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
aerobic
airborne precautions
anaerobic
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
requiring oxygen to live and grow
precautions used for patients known or suspected to be infect…
not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
aerobic
requiring oxygen to live and grow
25 terms
Health Science Infection Control
systemic infection/ symptoms
localized infection/ symptoms
mircobiology
normal flora
affecting the whole body... symptoms: headache, fever, fatigue,…
affecting one area of the body... symptoms: area swollen, warm p…
study of microorganisms or plants and animals that can usuall…
microorganisms that live or on in you without causing disease
systemic infection/ symptoms
affecting the whole body... symptoms: headache, fever, fatigue,…
localized infection/ symptoms
affecting one area of the body... symptoms: area swollen, warm p…
37 terms
Health Sciences: Infection Control
Microorganism
microbe
aerobic
bacteria
minute living body not perceptible to naked eye
minute 1 celled form of life not distinguished as vegetable o…
living off presence of oxygen
any microorganism of schizomycetes
Microorganism
minute living body not perceptible to naked eye
microbe
minute 1 celled form of life not distinguished as vegetable o…
52 terms
Health Science Infection Control
another name for microorganisms
microorganisms are
nonpathogens are
pathogens cause
microbe
small, not visible to naked eye, and found everywhere
part of the normal flora of the body, help maintain body proc…
infection and disease
another name for microorganisms
microbe
microorganisms are
small, not visible to naked eye, and found everywhere
40 terms
Health Sciences - Infection Control
bacteria and fungi
virus
chain of infection
where you would find anaerobic microor…
microorganisms that can be treated with antibiotics or antifu…
microorganism that may not be treated with antibiotics and ma…
organism ➡️ ... reservoir ➡️ ... portal of exit ➡️ ... transmission ➡️…
the human body
bacteria and fungi
microorganisms that can be treated with antibiotics or antifu…
virus
microorganism that may not be treated with antibiotics and ma…
60 terms
Health Science Infection Control
AIDS
Aerobic
Airborne Precautions
Anaerobic
virus caused by HIV, immune system damaged, no cure
organisms that require air
used with patients that are infected with pathogens transport…
organisms that dont need air to survive
AIDS
virus caused by HIV, immune system damaged, no cure
Aerobic
organisms that require air
37 terms
Infection Control Health Science
Microorganism
Microbe
Pathogen
Nonpathogen
Small, living plant or animal not visible to the naked eye; m…
Another name or microorganism
Microorganisms that cause infection and disease (germs)
A microorganism that is not capable of causing a disease
Microorganism
Small, living plant or animal not visible to the naked eye; m…
Microbe
Another name or microorganism
44 terms
Health Science: Infection Control
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
aerobic
airborne precautions
anaerobic
caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and supresse…
organisms that require oxygen to live
used for patients known or suspected to be infected with path…
organisms that live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and supresse…
aerobic
organisms that require oxygen to live
49 terms
Health Science Infection Control
Acquired immuno deficiency syndrome
Aerobic
Airborne precautions
Anaerobic
Suppresses immune system
Organism that needs oxygen
Used for patients known or suspected to be infected with path…
Organism that don't need oxygen
Acquired immuno deficiency syndrome
Suppresses immune system
Aerobic
Organism that needs oxygen
42 terms
Health Science Infection Control
Microorganism
Pathogen
Nonpathogen
Aerobic
Small, living plant or animal not visible to the naked eye; m…
Disease-producing organisms
A microorganism that is not capable of causing a disease
Requiring oxygen to live and grow
Microorganism
Small, living plant or animal not visible to the naked eye; m…
Pathogen
Disease-producing organisms
39 terms
Health science infection control
Nosocomial infection
Infection
Disease
Microorganism aka microbe
Hospital acquired or within 72 hours of discharge.
A diseas caused by microorganisms that release toxins or inva…
A collection of complaints,a specific history,clinical signs,…
Small living organism that is not visible to the naked eye.
Nosocomial infection
Hospital acquired or within 72 hours of discharge.
Infection
A diseas caused by microorganisms that release toxins or inva…
51 terms
Infection control ( health science )
Many microorganisms are part of the no…
Viruses can not reproduce unless they…
Ebola and Marburg are helminths that a…
Standard precautions do not have to be…
True
True
False
False
Many microorganisms are part of the no…
True
Viruses can not reproduce unless they…
True
42 terms
Health Science: Infection control
microorganism
pathogen
nonpathogen
aerobic
a microscopic organism, especially a bacterium, virus, or fun…
a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause dis…
usually harmless microbes that inhabit a living organism
promotes the circulation of oxygen through the blood and is a…
microorganism
a microscopic organism, especially a bacterium, virus, or fun…
pathogen
a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause dis…
43 terms
Health Science- Infection Control
Disinfection
Mode of transmission
Endogenous
Anaerobic
Process that kills microorganisms.
The way that a causative agent can be transmitted to to anoth…
Infection that originates inside the body.
Do not require oxygen to live.
Disinfection
Process that kills microorganisms.
Mode of transmission
The way that a causative agent can be transmitted to to anoth…
96 terms
Health Science: Infection Control
small living microscopic organisms are…
normal flora
non-pathogens
pathogens
everywhere in the environment
the mixture of bacteria normally found at specific body sites
not harmful to the body (may be beneficial)
able to harm the body (causes infections and disease) ... -the h…
small living microscopic organisms are…
everywhere in the environment
normal flora
the mixture of bacteria normally found at specific body sites
29 terms
Health Sciences: Infection Control
Microorganism
Non-pathogen
Pathogens
Toxins
Small living plant/organism, seen with microscope
Don't cause infection. Help maintain body processes
Cause infection/disease
Waste products from pathogens
Microorganism
Small living plant/organism, seen with microscope
Non-pathogen
Don't cause infection. Help maintain body processes
35 terms
Health Science Infection Control Exam
What are the 5 classes of organisms?
What are the 6 steps of Chain of Infec…
Reservoir
Causative Agent (Infectious Disease)
1. Microorganisms... 2. Bacteria... 3. Protozoa... 4. Fungi... 5. Viruses
1. Infectious Disease (Causative Agent)... 2. Reservoir... 3. Porta…
Habitat of organisms, where they grow and reproduce. ... (Ex: f…
Any microorganism that can cause a disease .... (Ex: bacterium,…
What are the 5 classes of organisms?
1. Microorganisms... 2. Bacteria... 3. Protozoa... 4. Fungi... 5. Viruses
What are the 6 steps of Chain of Infec…
1. Infectious Disease (Causative Agent)... 2. Reservoir... 3. Porta…
33 terms
Health Science Infection Control Test
1st Step of Chain of Infection
2nd Step of Chain of Infection
3rd Step of Chain of Infection
4th Step of Chain of Infection
Infectious Agent
Reservoir
Port of Exit
Mode of Transmission
1st Step of Chain of Infection
Infectious Agent
2nd Step of Chain of Infection
Reservoir
116 terms
Infection Control- Health Science 2
What is Infection Control?
What are microorganisms called when ha…
What are microorganisms called when no…
What are the main classes of microorga…
knowing how disease is transmitted and how to prevent transmi…
pathogens
nonpathogens
bacteria, protozoa, fungi, rickettside, viruses, helminth
What is Infection Control?
knowing how disease is transmitted and how to prevent transmi…
What are microorganisms called when ha…
pathogens
31 terms
Health Science Infection Control Test
microorganism
pathogens
pathogens
aerobic
-small living organism... -not visible to naked eye... -found every…
not harmful to body
harm the body
need air to survive
microorganism
-small living organism... -not visible to naked eye... -found every…
pathogens
not harmful to body
49 terms
Health Science 2 Infection Control
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
aerobic
airborne precautions
anaerobic
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
requiring oxygen to live and grow
precautions used for patients known or suspected to be infect…
not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
aerobic
requiring oxygen to live and grow
18 terms
Health Science - infection control Vocab
Microorganism
Pathogen
Susceptible
Contaminated
•millions of tiny plants/animals... •found almost everywhere on…
small # of Micro organisms that cause disease
Something capable of being infectea
Impure or harmful due to contact or mixture with a bad substa…
Microorganism
•millions of tiny plants/animals... •found almost everywhere on…
Pathogen
small # of Micro organisms that cause disease
10 terms
Health Science Infection Control (2)
aerobic
anerobic
epidemic
pandemic
Process that requires oxygen
Process that does not require oxygen
A sudden and widespread outbreak of a disease within a specif…
A disease that occurs over a wide geographic area and affects…
aerobic
Process that requires oxygen
anerobic
Process that does not require oxygen
42 terms
Health Science: Infection Control Vocab
Microorganism
Pathogen
Nonpathogen
Aerobic
Small, living plant or animal not visible to the naked eye; a…
Disease-producing organisms
A microorganism that is not capable of causing a disease
Requiring oxygen to live and grow
Microorganism
Small, living plant or animal not visible to the naked eye; a…
Pathogen
Disease-producing organisms
134 terms
health science test infection control
organisms that live and reproduce in t…
process that destroys all microorganis…
plant like organisms that live on dead…
absence of pathogens
anaeobic
sterilization
fungi
microorganisms
organisms that live and reproduce in t…
anaeobic
process that destroys all microorganis…
sterilization
42 terms
Health Science 2 Infection Control
Bacilli diseases
2 common pathogenic fungus forms
contaminated
clean
TB
athletes foot, thrush
contains pathogens and is dirty
no disease producing organisms
Bacilli diseases
TB
2 common pathogenic fungus forms
athletes foot, thrush
32 terms
health science test (infection control)
aerobic
anaerobic
antisepsis
asepsis
requires oxygen to live
live and reproduce without oxygen
used on the skin
absence of disease producing microorganisms
aerobic
requires oxygen to live
anaerobic
live and reproduce without oxygen
23 terms
Health Science: Infection Control Practices
What are Ebola and Marburg examples of?
What kind of environments do microorga…
When can viruses reproduce?
What cocci that occur in clusters or g…
viruses
dark, moist, warm
when they are living inside another living cell
staphylococci
What are Ebola and Marburg examples of?
viruses
What kind of environments do microorga…
dark, moist, warm
51 terms
Infection Control Exploring Health Science
Microorganism
Conditions that affect the growth of b…
Generalized infection
Localized infection
A living organism not visible to the naked eye, must be viewe…
Food, moisture, temperature, oxygen, light dead and living ma…
headache, fatigue, fever, vomiting, diarrhea
redness, swelling, heat, drainage, pain
Microorganism
A living organism not visible to the naked eye, must be viewe…
Conditions that affect the growth of b…
Food, moisture, temperature, oxygen, light dead and living ma…
49 terms
Health Science 2 Infection Control
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
aerobic
airborne precautions
anaerobic
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
requiring oxygen to live and grow
precautions used for patients known or suspected to be infect…
not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
aerobic
requiring oxygen to live and grow
51 terms
Health Science 2 - Infection Control
What are two diseases are caused by ba…
What are two common pathogenic fungus…
What is the difference between contami…
What is reverse or protective isolation?
Tuberculosis & botulism
yeast & molds
contaminated has pathogens and clean has nonpathogens
putting a pt away from people to avoid others getting sick
What are two diseases are caused by ba…
Tuberculosis & botulism
What are two common pathogenic fungus…
yeast & molds
20 terms
2.02 Infection Control Health Science II
If I use clorox to clean a bed, this i…
the number 1 method to prevent the spr…
If one gets sick after eating bad food…
What parapsite causes rocky mountain s…
disinfection
handwashing
exogenous
Rickettsiae
If I use clorox to clean a bed, this i…
disinfection
the number 1 method to prevent the spr…
handwashing
49 terms
DHO Health Science (Chapter 15 - Infection Control)
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
aerobic
airborne precautions
anaerobic
- cause by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and suppres…
- organisms that require oxygen to live
are required to protect against airborne transmission of infe…
- organisms that live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
- cause by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and suppres…
aerobic
- organisms that require oxygen to live
20 terms
Infection Control: Health Science 2
Type of infection where only a specifi…
This type of infection affects the who…
Hospital acquired infection(transmitte…
This type of infection occurs when the…
Local
Systemic
Nosocomial
Opportunistic
Type of infection where only a specifi…
Local
This type of infection affects the who…
Systemic
49 terms
Health Science 2 Infection Control
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
aerobic
airborne precautions
anaerobic
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
requiring oxygen to live and grow
precautions used for patients known or suspected to be infect…
not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) an…
aerobic
requiring oxygen to live and grow
16 terms
Infection Control.. health science 1
microorgansim
nonpathogens
pathogens
E. coli
small living organism that is not visible to the naked eye (v…
microorganism that are part of the plant life adapted for liv…
cause infection and diseases (germs)
causes infection if it enters the urinary system
microorgansim
small living organism that is not visible to the naked eye (v…
nonpathogens
microorganism that are part of the plant life adapted for liv…
17 terms
Health Science Infection Control Notes
Microorganisms
Bacteria
Cocci
Diplococci
Small living organisms; microscope must be used to see them;…
Simple one celled organisms; multiply rapidly; classified by…
Round or spherical shape
Cocci occurs in pairs, ex. Gonorrhea, and pneumonia
Microorganisms
Small living organisms; microscope must be used to see them;…
Bacteria
Simple one celled organisms; multiply rapidly; classified by…
53 terms
Health Science Infection Control Test
AIDS
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antisepsis
caused by HIV and supresses the immune system- no cure
organisms that require oxygen to live
organisms that live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen
Process that inhibits or prevents the growth of pathogenic or…
AIDS
caused by HIV and supresses the immune system- no cure
Aerobic
organisms that require oxygen to live
30 terms
Infection Control unit Health Science II
Isolation patient with staphylococci
In chain of infection Streptococcus is…
Disinfection
MRSA and scabies suspected
Wear gloves
Causative agent
Use Clorox on instruments, floor
Use extended precaution
Isolation patient with staphylococci
Wear gloves
In chain of infection Streptococcus is…
Causative agent
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