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14 terms
Infection Control
pathogens
6 requirements in chain of infection
hand washing
handling dirty linens
cause of infection
1. pathogen... 2. reservoir... 3. portal of exit... 4. method of trans…
most important way to control spread of infection
away from body, wearing gloves
pathogens
cause of infection
6 requirements in chain of infection
1. pathogen... 2. reservoir... 3. portal of exit... 4. method of trans…
40 terms
Infection Control
Allergy
Contagious disease
Contamination
Decontamination
Reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
disease that is spread by contact from one person to another
the presence of blood or other potentially infectious materia…
the removal of blood or other potentially infectious material…
Allergy
Reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
Contagious disease
disease that is spread by contact from one person to another
14 terms
Infection Control
microorganism
pathogen
normal flora
bacteria
small living organism
cause disease or infection
microbes that are beneficial when present
one celled microorganisms that multiply rapidly and can be ro…
microorganism
small living organism
pathogen
cause disease or infection
Infection Control
OSHA
MSDS
EPA
HIV
Occupational safety and health administration
Material SAfety Data Sheet
Environmental Protection Agency
Human Innumodeficiency Virus
OSHA
Occupational safety and health administration
MSDS
Material SAfety Data Sheet
43 terms
Infection control
Bacilli
Antiseptics
Asymptomatic
Acquired immunity
Rod Shaped bacteria- tetanus, typhoid, diphtheria, T.B
Chemical germicides for skin.
Showing no signs of infection or disease.
Immunity after disease or vaccination.
Bacilli
Rod Shaped bacteria- tetanus, typhoid, diphtheria, T.B
Antiseptics
Chemical germicides for skin.
86 terms
Infection Control
Microorganism
microbe
pathogen
nonpathogen
a tiny organism such as a virus, protozoan, or bacterium that…
An organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
An organism that causes disease
Harmless microorganisms that may perform useful functions and…
Microorganism
a tiny organism such as a virus, protozoan, or bacterium that…
microbe
An organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
49 terms
Infection Control
Aseptic technique
Sterile
Sterilization
Pasteurization
Collective procedures that prevent or minimize contamination…
Completely free of all microorganisms and viruses- an absolut…
Any process that completely removes or destroys all viable mi…
A method of treating food by heating it to a certain point to…
Aseptic technique
Collective procedures that prevent or minimize contamination…
Sterile
Completely free of all microorganisms and viruses- an absolut…
43 terms
INFECTION CONTROL
ASEPSIS
NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION (healthcare-assoc…
PPE
PATHOGEN
BEING FREE OF DISEASE PRODUCING MICROBES
INFECTION ACQUIRED WHILE IN THE HEALTH CARE SETTING
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (GLOVES, GOWNS, MASK, GOOGLES)
A MICROBE THAT IS DANGEROUS AND CAN CAUSE AN INFECTION
ASEPSIS
BEING FREE OF DISEASE PRODUCING MICROBES
NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION (healthcare-assoc…
INFECTION ACQUIRED WHILE IN THE HEALTH CARE SETTING
30 terms
Infection Control
airborne precautions
antibody
antimicrobial
antiseptic
measures taken to prevent the spread of diseases transmitted…
a type of protein the immune system produces to neutralize a…
able to destroy or suppress the growth of pathogens and other…
a substance that reduces the number of pathogens present on a…
airborne precautions
measures taken to prevent the spread of diseases transmitted…
antibody
a type of protein the immune system produces to neutralize a…
Infection Control
Animate object
Autoclave
communicable disease
contaminate
living thing such as a dog, cat, or person
machine that sterilizes with heat, pressure, and steam, killi…
an illness that can be transmitted from one person to another
to make unclean, to introduce a microorganism to an object
Animate object
living thing such as a dog, cat, or person
Autoclave
machine that sterilizes with heat, pressure, and steam, killi…
51 terms
Infection Control
Microorganism
Non-pathogens
Pathogens
aerobic
a small, living organism that is not visible to the naked eye.
do not cause diseases
Microbes that cause disease
Chemical reactions that require the presence of oxygen
Microorganism
a small, living organism that is not visible to the naked eye.
Non-pathogens
do not cause diseases
Infection Control
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…
11 terms
Infection Control
Sanitation
Antiseptic
Disinfection
Sterilization
Removes dirt and helps prevent the growth of microbes
Prevent the growth of micro-organisms on the skin
Destroys or kills bacteria, on implements
Destroys or kills all microbes
Sanitation
Removes dirt and helps prevent the growth of microbes
Antiseptic
Prevent the growth of micro-organisms on the skin
126 terms
Infection Control
Bacteria
Bacteriocidal
Aseptic Technique (Asepsis)
Antiseptic
A one-celled plant that can be pathogenic or non-pathogenic
A method that kills microoganisms
Methods used to make the patient, worker, and environment as…
Only bacteriostatic. Can be used on skin. Ex: alcohol wipe
Bacteria
A one-celled plant that can be pathogenic or non-pathogenic
Bacteriocidal
A method that kills microoganisms
63 terms
Infection control
MO
a tiny living thing that is only visib…
microbe
pathogen
microorganism
microorganism
another name for microorganism
a harmful microorganism (virus, bacteria, fungus, parasite)
MO
microorganism
a tiny living thing that is only visib…
microorganism
29 terms
Infection Control
The slender, hair like extensions with…
One-celled microorganism with both pla…
A type of bacteria that lives on dead…
bacilli are bacteria with a:
Flagella
parasite
saprophytes
rod shape
The slender, hair like extensions with…
Flagella
One-celled microorganism with both pla…
parasite
23 terms
Infection Control
Antibacterial
Antiseptic
Asepsis
Bacteria
A substance that kills or inhibits bacterial growth.
An agent that inhibits, but does not kill, microorganisms.
The absence of pathogenic (disease-producing) Microorganisms.
Single celled microorganisms that multiply rapidly.
Antibacterial
A substance that kills or inhibits bacterial growth.
Antiseptic
An agent that inhibits, but does not kill, microorganisms.
Infection Control
Tuberculosis
PPD Mantoux skin test
Latent TB
Bacille-Calmette-Guen (BCG)
Caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium.
The test for TB is called
Can live in a person's body without making them sick.
The vaccination against Tb
Tuberculosis
Caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium.
PPD Mantoux skin test
The test for TB is called
31 terms
Infection Control
Microorganism
Pathogen
Virus
Bacteria
A microbe, not visible to the eye
Disease producing organism
Smallest microorganism, resistant to antibiotics
Diplococci, Streptococci, Staphlococci
Microorganism
A microbe, not visible to the eye
Pathogen
Disease producing organism
16 terms
Infection Control
aerosol
antimicrobial
antisepsis
asymptomatic
a spray of particle-containing air
a microorganism growth inhibitor
the inhibition of growth of microorganisms
having no symptoms
aerosol
a spray of particle-containing air
antimicrobial
a microorganism growth inhibitor
34 terms
Infection Control
Asepsis
Medical Asepsis
Linen Cart
Linen hamper
Absense of disease producing microorganisms
The medical practices that reduce or limit the spread of path…
Considered clean and must be covered
Considered dirty. Line with a waterproof bag and keep covered…
Asepsis
Absense of disease producing microorganisms
Medical Asepsis
The medical practices that reduce or limit the spread of path…
11 terms
Infection Control
Microorganism
Nonpathogens
Pathogens
Bacteria
a small living organism that is not visible to the naked eye
microorganisms are part of the normal flora of the body and a…
microorganisms that cause infection and disease
simple one celled organisms that multiply rapidly
Microorganism
a small living organism that is not visible to the naked eye
Nonpathogens
microorganisms are part of the normal flora of the body and a…
Infection Control
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
aerobic
Airborne Precautions
Anaerobic
A disease caused by HIV, which attacks the immune system dest…
Requiring oxygen to live and grow.
Methods of infection control that must be used for patients k…
Not requiring oxygen to live or grow: able to thrive in the a…
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
A disease caused by HIV, which attacks the immune system dest…
aerobic
Requiring oxygen to live and grow.
20 terms
infection control
Measles RUBYolla
TB
Chicken POX Varicella
Shingles disseminated Zoster
Airborn
Airborn
Airborn
Airborn
Measles RUBYolla
Airborn
TB
Airborn
26 terms
Infection Control
AIDS
allergy
antiseptics
bacilli
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
Reaction due to extreme sensityivity to certain foods, chemic…
chemical germicide formulated for use on skin: registered and…
short, rod-shaped bacteria. They are the most common bacteria…
AIDS
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
allergy
Reaction due to extreme sensityivity to certain foods, chemic…
13 terms
Infection Control
Infection Control
Microorganism
Wicking
Autoclave
Are the methods used to eliminate or reduce the transmission…
Also called microbe, is a small living organism that is not v…
absorption of a liquid along a thread or through a material
A machine that uses pressurized steam to sterilize instruments
Infection Control
Are the methods used to eliminate or reduce the transmission…
Microorganism
Also called microbe, is a small living organism that is not v…
53 terms
Infection Control
1st step in the chain of infection
2nd step in chain of infection
3rd step in chain of infection
4th step in chain of infection
causative agent
reservoir
portal of exit
mode of transmission
1st step in the chain of infection
causative agent
2nd step in chain of infection
reservoir
39 terms
Infection Control
MSDS
Disinfectants
State Regulatory Agencies
clean
Useful product disposal guidelines, medical first aid informa…
Products that destroy all bacteria, fungi and viruses but (no…
Licensing Agencies, Boards of Cosmetology, and Health Departm…
To remove all visible dirt and debris from tools, implements,…
MSDS
Useful product disposal guidelines, medical first aid informa…
Disinfectants
Products that destroy all bacteria, fungi and viruses but (no…
52 terms
Infection control
a tiny living thing that is only visib…
microbe
pathogen
localized infection
microorganism
another name for microorganism
a harmful microorganism (virus, bacteria, fungus, parasite)
an infection that is limited to a specific location in the body
a tiny living thing that is only visib…
microorganism
microbe
another name for microorganism
39 terms
Infection Control
MSDS
Disinfectants
State Regulatory Agencies
clean
Useful product disposal guidelines, medical first aid informa…
Products that destroy all bacteria, fungi and viruses but (no…
Licensing Agencies, Boards of Cosmetology, and Health Departm…
To remove all visible dirt and debris from tools, implements,…
MSDS
Useful product disposal guidelines, medical first aid informa…
Disinfectants
Products that destroy all bacteria, fungi and viruses but (no…
31 terms
Infection Control
aerobic
anaerobic
bacteria
fungi
microorganism that requires oxygen to live
microorganism that does not require oxygen to live
simple one celled organisms that can be treated with antibiot…
a low form of plant life that includes molds and yeasts
aerobic
microorganism that requires oxygen to live
anaerobic
microorganism that does not require oxygen to live
20 terms
Infection Control
AIDS
aerobic
anaerobic
antisepsis
caused by HIV and suppresses the immune system
requires oxygen to live
does not require oxygen to live and reproduce
prevents or inhibits the growth of pathogens but not
AIDS
caused by HIV and suppresses the immune system
aerobic
requires oxygen to live
32 terms
Infection Control
Infection Control
asepsis
Name the 2 types of asepsis
medical asepsis
Disease Prevention, protecting ourselves and our patients
absence of disease producing microorganisms, measures we take…
medical and surgical
medical practices that healthcare workers do to reduce the nu…
Infection Control
Disease Prevention, protecting ourselves and our patients
asepsis
absence of disease producing microorganisms, measures we take…
15 terms
Infection Control
Antiseptic
Pathogenic
Non pathogenic
Bacilli
Agents formulated for use on the skin
Disease causing bacteria
Non disease causing bacteria
short rod shaped bacteria
Antiseptic
Agents formulated for use on the skin
Pathogenic
Disease causing bacteria
22 terms
Infection Control
CDC
1996
1985
1992
Studies diseases in an effort to prevent their spread
Standard Precautions were released
Universal Precautions were released
Bloodborne Pathogen Standard became effective
CDC
Studies diseases in an effort to prevent their spread
1996
Standard Precautions were released
14 terms
infection control
My chicken hez tb
airborne precautions
spiderman
droplet spiderman... s... s... s
My chicken hez tb/Airborne... Measles (rubella)... Chickenpox... Herp…
Private Room... Door closed... Negative Pressure... N95
Droplet Spiderman
sepsis... scarlet fever... streptococcal pharyngitis
My chicken hez tb
My chicken hez tb/Airborne... Measles (rubella)... Chickenpox... Herp…
airborne precautions
Private Room... Door closed... Negative Pressure... N95
91 terms
Chapter 20 - Infection Control
anaphylaxis
antibodies
antigen
antiseptics
an exaggerated hypersensitivity reaction that in cases leads…
immunoglobins produced by the immune system in response to ba…
a foreign substance that causes the production of a specific…
substances that inhibit the growth of microorganisms on livin…
anaphylaxis
an exaggerated hypersensitivity reaction that in cases leads…
antibodies
immunoglobins produced by the immune system in response to ba…
29 terms
CHAPTER INFECTION CONTROL
COCCI (KOK-sy)
STAPHYLOCCI
STREPTOCOCCI
DIPLOCOCCI (DIP-LO-KOK-SY)
ARE ROUND-SHAPED BACTERIA THAT APPEAR SINGLY (ALONE) OR IN GR…
PUS-FORMING BACTERIA THAT GROW IN CLUSTERS LIKE A BUNCH OF GR…
PUS-FORMING BACTERIA ARRANGED IN CURVED LINES RESEMBLING A ST…
SPHERICAL BACTERIA THAT GROW IN PAIRS AND CAUSE DISEASES SUCH…
COCCI (KOK-sy)
ARE ROUND-SHAPED BACTERIA THAT APPEAR SINGLY (ALONE) OR IN GR…
STAPHYLOCCI
PUS-FORMING BACTERIA THAT GROW IN CLUSTERS LIKE A BUNCH OF GR…
86 terms
Infection Control
OSHA
Why was OSHA created
Hazard Communication Act
MSDS
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Osha was created as part of the U.S. Department of Labor to r…
Requires that chemical manufacturers and importers asses the…
Material Safety Data sheets. They are supplied by the product…
OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Why was OSHA created
Osha was created as part of the U.S. Department of Labor to r…
12 terms
Infection Control Activity
Bacteria
Susceptible Host
Fungi
MRSA
One celled living organism that can make people ill by causin…
Individual who is at risk of becoming infected by a disease.
single-celled or multi nucleate organisms that live by decomp…
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium re…
Bacteria
One celled living organism that can make people ill by causin…
Susceptible Host
Individual who is at risk of becoming infected by a disease.
71 terms
infection control
AIDS
acyclovir
airborne transmission
amoebic dysentry
) is a spectrum of conditions caused by infection with the hu…
t can treat herpes virus infections, including shingles and g…
occurs when bacteria or viruses travel on dust particles or o…
dysentery caused by infection of the intestines by the protoz…
AIDS
) is a spectrum of conditions caused by infection with the hu…
acyclovir
t can treat herpes virus infections, including shingles and g…
15 terms
Infection Control
Infection Control
Efficacy
SANITATION
Antiseptic
describes efforts to prevent the spread of disease and kill c…
ability to produce results, or effectiveness
The process of removing dirt to aid in preventing the growth…
Product that can be applied to the skin to reduce microbes an…
Infection Control
describes efforts to prevent the spread of disease and kill c…
Efficacy
ability to produce results, or effectiveness
29 terms
Infection Control
Federal agencies
State agencies
Tuberculocidal Disinfectants
Hospital Disinfectants
set guidelines for manufacturing, the sale and use of... equipme…
regulate licensing, enforcement, and your conduct in the salon.
Are proven to kill the bacteria that causes tuberculosis.... The…
Effective for cleaning blood and body fluids. They... are used o…
Federal agencies
set guidelines for manufacturing, the sale and use of... equipme…
State agencies
regulate licensing, enforcement, and your conduct in the salon.
20 terms
Infection Control
Asepsis
disinfection
sterilization
infectious/causative agent
the absence of disease producing microorganisms or pathogens
this process uses chemicals to destroy or kill pathogens, may…
this process destroys ALL microorganisms, both pathogens and…
a pathogen that causes a disease, in the chain of infection
Asepsis
the absence of disease producing microorganisms or pathogens
disinfection
this process uses chemicals to destroy or kill pathogens, may…
14 terms
Infection Control
Cocci
protozoa
nosocomial
opportunistic
bacteria that are round or spherical in shape
one-celled organism found in decayed materials
Infection present in healthcare facility & transmitted by wor…
infection that occurs when the body defenses are weak
Cocci
bacteria that are round or spherical in shape
protozoa
one-celled organism found in decayed materials
20 terms
Infection Control
Disinfection is accomplished by
sterilization in accomplished by
Which respirator must be used when car…
not typically disease causing microorg…
cleaning with bleach
autoclaving
N 95 Respirator
Normal Flora
Disinfection is accomplished by
cleaning with bleach
sterilization in accomplished by
autoclaving
54 terms
Infection Control
Asepsis
Aseptic
Contaminated
Germ
the absence of germs
free of microorganisms
exposed to germs
microorganism
Asepsis
the absence of germs
Aseptic
free of microorganisms
25 terms
Infection Control
Microorganisms causing infection and d…
Bacteria, protozoa, fungi and ricketts…
one-celled animal like organisms found…
Cause ringworm, athlete's foot, yeast…
What are pathogens?
What are classes of microorganisms?
What is protozoa?
What is fungi?
Microorganisms causing infection and d…
What are pathogens?
Bacteria, protozoa, fungi and ricketts…
What are classes of microorganisms?
30 terms
Infection Control
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
Material Safety Data Sheets
Environmental Protection Agency
Hospital disinfectants
They are part of the U.S. Department of Labor to regulate and…
this includes information about hazardous ingredients, safe u…
Licenses different types of disinfectants.
Products used to clean blood and body fluids.
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
They are part of the U.S. Department of Labor to regulate and…
Material Safety Data Sheets
this includes information about hazardous ingredients, safe u…
11 terms
Infection Control
Pathogenic
Nosocomial Infections
Systemic Infection
Sterile
Can cause infection and disease
Hospital Acquired Infections
Affects the entire body
Free of all microorganisms
Pathogenic
Can cause infection and disease
Nosocomial Infections
Hospital Acquired Infections
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