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81 terms
Patient Care's Infection Control
Nosocomial infections
Community-acquired infection
Normal flora (resident flora)
iatrogenic infection
Infections acquired during the course of medical care
A person entering a healthcare facility with an infection
Microorganisms that live in/on the body at all times
A hospital-acquired infections that results from a particular…
Nosocomial infections
Infections acquired during the course of medical care
Community-acquired infection
A person entering a healthcare facility with an infection
34 terms
Patient Care (Infection Control)
vector
fomite
reservoir
host
an animal host of an infectious organism that transmits the i…
an inanimate object that has been in contact with an infectio…
a site where an infectious organism can remain alive and from…
environment for infection to spread
vector
an animal host of an infectious organism that transmits the i…
fomite
an inanimate object that has been in contact with an infectio…
66 terms
Patient Care/Infection Control
When you are scheduled for lunch and y…
When a physician orders NPO for a pati…
A patient whose hands are moist and tr…
Body temperatures vary during the day…
postpone your meal until the procedure is completed
nothing is to be given by mouth
apprehension
in the morning
When you are scheduled for lunch and y…
postpone your meal until the procedure is completed
When a physician orders NPO for a pati…
nothing is to be given by mouth
66 terms
patient care infection control
control of infection in the hospital
number one way to prevent the spreadin…
infection
micro-organism
essential for both the safety of the patient and healthcare w…
hand washing
a diseased state that results from the invasion and growth of…
any tiny living plant or animal usually microscopic that is c…
control of infection in the hospital
essential for both the safety of the patient and healthcare w…
number one way to prevent the spreadin…
hand washing
48 terms
Infection Control (Patient Care)
5 classifications of microorganisms
Classified by shape and oxygen require…
3 shapes of bacteria
Microorganism that can reproduce about…
- bacteria... - viruses... - protozoa... - fungi... - prions
Bacteria
-spherical... - rod... - spiral
Bacteria
5 classifications of microorganisms
- bacteria... - viruses... - protozoa... - fungi... - prions
Classified by shape and oxygen require…
Bacteria
47 terms
Infection control patient care
Latent phase
Pathogenic
Purulent
Antigen
when disease is not showing symptoms
capable of producing a disease; anything that releases toxins
producing or containing pus
any substance eliciting an immunological response
Latent phase
when disease is not showing symptoms
Pathogenic
capable of producing a disease; anything that releases toxins
107 terms
Patient Care and Infection Control
Which of the following is the most eff…
According to the CDC, an infection tha…
Which of the following diseases is NOT…
Which of the following organs is steri…
B. Frequent handwashing... The chain of infection involves pass…
C. Health care associated infection... Once called a nosocomial…
D. Gastritis... Gastritis, stomach inflammation, can not be tra…
B. Urinary bladder... The urinary bladder is sterile and requir…
Which of the following is the most eff…
B. Frequent handwashing... The chain of infection involves pass…
According to the CDC, an infection tha…
C. Health care associated infection... Once called a nosocomial…
9 terms
Patient Care: Infection Control
Standard Precautions
Transmission Based Precautions
Airborne Isolation
What diseases require airborne isolati…
Used for every patient ... "Every patient has the potential to b…
Designed to place a barrier to the spread of highly infectiou…
Spread via evaporated droplets ... Patient should be in their ow…
SARS, Tuberculosis, Varicella (Chicken Pox), Rubeola
Standard Precautions
Used for every patient ... "Every patient has the potential to b…
Transmission Based Precautions
Designed to place a barrier to the spread of highly infectiou…
136 terms
patient care (infection control)
DHCW
Nosocomial infection
HAI
contamination
dental health care worker... - paid or unpaid... - technical traini…
infection acquired in a hospital
Healthcare-associate infections... (broader term than nosocomial…
the presence of any microorganism and is very common
DHCW
dental health care worker... - paid or unpaid... - technical traini…
Nosocomial infection
infection acquired in a hospital
15 terms
Patient care INFECTION CONTROL
Hand washing is still necessary with g…
Hand wipes
Computer keyboards can have these dang…
3 most common bacteria resistant to an…
-In "isolation precaution conditions"... -when hands are soiled…
Only effective for decontamination
MRSA VRE
MRSA ... C-DIFFICILE... VRE
Hand washing is still necessary with g…
-In "isolation precaution conditions"... -when hands are soiled…
Hand wipes
Only effective for decontamination
39 terms
Patient Care: Infection Control
Noscomial Infections
Iatrogenic Infections
Community- Acquired infections
Exogenous nosocomial infection
Infections accquire during acute medical/ hospital care. Also…
infections that result from a particular treatment or therape…
infections that a person has when they enter a health care fa…
an infection that is caused by microorganisms that are not a…
Noscomial Infections
Infections accquire during acute medical/ hospital care. Also…
Iatrogenic Infections
infections that result from a particular treatment or therape…
66 terms
Patient Care Infection control
multiply in large numbers and cause ob…
extremely high body temperature, nause…
bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoan…
according to their morphology, biochem…
Know the 3 functions pathogens do extremely well
what type of side affect exotoxins can produce
what are the 4 basic agents pathogens are divided into
how are bacteria identified and classified
multiply in large numbers and cause ob…
Know the 3 functions pathogens do extremely well
extremely high body temperature, nause…
what type of side affect exotoxins can produce
26 terms
Patient care infection control
What are the cycles of infection?
What is a pathogen and what are the 4…
What are some examples of a virus?
What is viral replication?
Source... Reservoirs of infection... Portal of exit ... Modes of trans…
A pathogen is an infectious agent ... 1. Parasite-Protozoa ... 2. F…
Influenza, common cold, mumps, hep A B C D E, aids chicken po…
Viral replication produces viruses that lie dormant. Stress,…
What are the cycles of infection?
Source... Reservoirs of infection... Portal of exit ... Modes of trans…
What is a pathogen and what are the 4…
A pathogen is an infectious agent ... 1. Parasite-Protozoa ... 2. F…
64 terms
Patient Care Infection Control
Pathogens
Infection
Exotoxins
Bacteria... Viruses... Fungi... Parasites
Microorganism that can cause disease
The establishment and growth of a microorganism that can resu…
Organic substance secreted by pathogens that can cause side e…
What are 4 groups of microorganisms know to cause disease?
Pathogens
Microorganism that can cause disease
Infection
The establishment and growth of a microorganism that can resu…
68 terms
patient care: infection control
disease
infection
pathogens
HAI
any deviation from or interruption of the normal structure or…
establishment and growth of a microorganism on or in a host,…
disease causign organism
health care-associated infection
disease
any deviation from or interruption of the normal structure or…
infection
establishment and growth of a microorganism on or in a host,…
20 terms
Patient Care and Infection Control
Which of the following conditions woul…
A professional assessment of a patient…
How should two people in sterile gowns…
Which of the following symptoms would…
Degenerative Arthritis
1,2&3
Back to back
1,2&3
Which of the following conditions woul…
Degenerative Arthritis
A professional assessment of a patient…
1,2&3
10 terms
Patient Care: Infection Control
Which diseases use airborne precautions?
Which diseases use contact precautions?
Which diseases use droplet precautions?
How to clean up BBF spill
TB, measles, chickenpox (Varicella), rubella, smallpox
Diarrhea, vomiting, antibiotic-resistant organism (ARO), VRE,…
Fever w/ cough, influenza, bacterial meningitis
-gloves... -paper towel to remove physically... -clean with deterge…
Which diseases use airborne precautions?
TB, measles, chickenpox (Varicella), rubella, smallpox
Which diseases use contact precautions?
Diarrhea, vomiting, antibiotic-resistant organism (ARO), VRE,…
Patient Care: Infection Control
What is the goal of Infection Control?
Name the groups where their safety mak…
What are the order of Cycle of Infecti…
Microorganisms that cause infections a…
To prevent transmission of disease from person to person.
1 Patients... 2 Families... 3 Healthcare workers
1 Pathogenic Organism... 2 Reservoir of Infection... 3 Portal of Ex…
pathogens
What is the goal of Infection Control?
To prevent transmission of disease from person to person.
Name the groups where their safety mak…
1 Patients... 2 Families... 3 Healthcare workers
32 terms
Patient care infections
Nosocomial Infection
Iatrogenic Infections
Flora
Exogenous
Infections acquired during the course of medical care
Infections that result from particular treatment or procedure
Microbes in all body systems
Microorganisms that are not part of natural flora
Nosocomial Infection
Infections acquired during the course of medical care
Iatrogenic Infections
Infections that result from particular treatment or procedure
22 terms
Care of Patients w/ Infection
Communicable
Pathogenicity
Virulence
Pathogen
Infection transmitted from person to person
Ability to cause disease
Degree of communicability
Micro organism capable of producing disease
Communicable
Infection transmitted from person to person
Pathogenicity
Ability to cause disease
48 terms
Foundations of Patient Care: Infection control
Learning objectives
what are blood born pathogens and what…
T/F: OSHA has no investigation and enf…
all health care facilities are require…
Federal and State Regulations -links at end you must read the…
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious materials in blood that c…
False, it does.
an exposure control plan (OHC Manual)
Learning objectives
Federal and State Regulations -links at end you must read the…
what are blood born pathogens and what…
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious materials in blood that c…
38 terms
Care of Patients with Infection
KNOW STANDARD PRECAUTIONS
3 things needed for transmission of in…
Methods of Transmission
INCREASED RISK FOR INFECTION... Natural i…
note from class
Reservoir... Susceptible host... Mode of transmission
Contact - person to person... Droplet- cough/ sneeze ... Airborne-…
INCREASED RISK FOR INFECTION... Congenital or acquired immune de…
KNOW STANDARD PRECAUTIONS
note from class
3 things needed for transmission of in…
Reservoir... Susceptible host... Mode of transmission
55 terms
Care Of Patients with Infection
Pathogen (agent)
Communicable
Pathogenicity
Virulence
Microorganism capable of producing a disease
Infection transmitted from person to person
Ability to cause disease
Degree of communicability
Pathogen (agent)
Microorganism capable of producing a disease
Communicable
Infection transmitted from person to person
110 terms
Care of Patients with Infection
what is a pathogen
what is a communicable disease
what is pathogenicity
what does colonization mean
any microorganism capable of producing disease
infection transmitted from person to person
ability to cause a disease
the microorganisms are present in the tissues but not yet cau…
what is a pathogen
any microorganism capable of producing disease
what is a communicable disease
infection transmitted from person to person
64 terms
Patient Care 3 (INFECTION CONTROL)
HOMEOSTASIS
Antibiotic/Antimicrobial
PATHOGEN
ASEPSIS
Constant state of internal balance
a chemical substance produced by a microorganism, has the cap…
Disease producing microorganism
The prevention of contact with microorganisms
HOMEOSTASIS
Constant state of internal balance
Antibiotic/Antimicrobial
a chemical substance produced by a microorganism, has the cap…
63 terms
Patient Care 3 (INFECTION CONTROL)
HOMEOSTASIS
Antibiotic/Antimicrobial
PATHOGEN
ASEPSIS
Constant state of internal balance
a chemical substance produced by a microorganism, has the cap…
Disease producing microorganism
The prevention of contact with microorganisms
HOMEOSTASIS
Constant state of internal balance
Antibiotic/Antimicrobial
a chemical substance produced by a microorganism, has the cap…
32 terms
Kettering Patient Care: Infection Control
Deals with reducing the probability of…
Most common type of medical asepsis?
The complete removal of all organisms…
What type of Asepsis is used in any pr…
Medical Asepsis
Hand washing
Surgical Asepsis
Sterile Technique
Deals with reducing the probability of…
Medical Asepsis
Most common type of medical asepsis?
Hand washing
29 terms
Patient Care Chapter 4 infection Control
Health threats
Bloodborne pathogen
TJC- the joint commission
OSHA
Health threats
Bloodborne pathogen
47 terms
Patient care - Chapter 17 Infection control
Disease
Infection
Bacteria
Viruses
Deviations from or interruptions of the normal structure or f…
Invasion and multiplication of microorganisms in body tissues…
microscopic, single-celled organisms with a simple internal o…
simpler form than bacteria, cannot live outside a living cell…
Disease
Deviations from or interruptions of the normal structure or f…
Infection
Invasion and multiplication of microorganisms in body tissues…
51 terms
Caring for patients with infections
Inflammation
Three steps of inflammatory response
Vascular Response
Cellular Response
Non specific response to an injury... Purpose of response is to…
1. vascular response... 2. cellular response... 3. healing & tissue…
blood vessel constriction & dilation ... increased blood flow to…
Capillaries increase permeability causing fluid shifts, swell…
Inflammation
Non specific response to an injury... Purpose of response is to…
Three steps of inflammatory response
1. vascular response... 2. cellular response... 3. healing & tissue…
47 terms
Patient care- infection control slides
Nosocomial infection is result of
common sites for nosocomial infection
what is a iatrogenic infection?
normal flora aka
organisms becoming resistant to antibiotics
bloodstream... urinary tract
result of treatment or therapeutic procedure,chemo
resident flora
Nosocomial infection is result of
organisms becoming resistant to antibiotics
common sites for nosocomial infection
bloodstream... urinary tract
11 terms
Patient care and education (Infection Control)
Medical asepsis
Surgical Asepsis
Sterile Technique
Susceptible Host
Deals with reducing the probability of infections organisms b…
The complete removal of all organisms and their spores form e…
Any procedure that involves cathertization of the urinay blad…
Person who has become infected by a pathogenic organism
Medical asepsis
Deals with reducing the probability of infections organisms b…
Surgical Asepsis
The complete removal of all organisms and their spores form e…
32 terms
Kettering Patient Care: Infection Control
Deals with reducing the probability of…
Most common type of medical asepsis?
The complete removal of all organisms…
What type of Asepsis is used in any pr…
Medical Asepsis
Hand washing
Surgical Asepsis
Sterile Technique
Deals with reducing the probability of…
Medical Asepsis
Most common type of medical asepsis?
Hand washing
28 terms
Patient Care Ch 17 Infection Control
diseases that caused death at beginnin…
disease
microorganisms
infection
pneumonia, tuberculosis, gastroenteritis, diptheria
deviations from or interruptions of the normal structure or f…
microscopic organisms; those of medical interest include bact…
invasion and multiplication of microorganisms in body tissues…
diseases that caused death at beginnin…
pneumonia, tuberculosis, gastroenteritis, diptheria
disease
deviations from or interruptions of the normal structure or f…
44 terms
Infection Control (Intro to Patient Care)
the OHSA blood borne pathogens standar…
Only health care workers are covered u…
a good samaritan is... a. always covered…
OSHA mandates that employees who may b…
True
False
b. not covered by the blood borne pathogens standard
False
the OHSA blood borne pathogens standar…
True
Only health care workers are covered u…
False
32 terms
Kettering Patient Care: Infection Control
Deals with reducing the probability of…
Most common type of medical asepsis?
The complete removal of all organisms…
What type of Asepsis is used in any pr…
Medical Asepsis
Hand washing
Surgical Asepsis
Sterile Technique
Deals with reducing the probability of…
Medical Asepsis
Most common type of medical asepsis?
Hand washing
21 terms
Patient Care: Ethics & Safety, Infection
Autonomy
Beneficence
Confidentiality
Patient Rights
patients have the right to make their own decisions free of e…
all acts must be meant to attain good result
all patients have the right to information concerning their h…
- need to obtain consent ... - need a detailed history ... - correc…
Autonomy
patients have the right to make their own decisions free of e…
Beneficence
all acts must be meant to attain good result
190 terms
Infection control Chap. 5 Patient care
Soluble substances derived from a mold…
Kills or inhibits fungi or their growt…
Drugs that tend to destroy microbes or…
Includes spiders, mites, ticks and mos…
Antibiotics
Antifungal
Antimicrobial drugs
Anthropod Vector
Soluble substances derived from a mold…
Antibiotics
Kills or inhibits fungi or their growt…
Antifungal
54 terms
patient care-test 3 infection control
nosocomial infection
urinary tract
immunosuppresent
therapeutic regimen
an infection or disease that you get in the hospital setting
where is the most common site for a nosocomial infection?
the patient is susceptible to disease or infection
equipment that is there to help patient (Ex: catheter)
nosocomial infection
an infection or disease that you get in the hospital setting
urinary tract
where is the most common site for a nosocomial infection?
64 terms
Chapter 5 Patient Care: Infection Control
Latent Phase
pathogenic
purulent
antigent
when disease in no manifesting symptoms
capable of producing a disease
producing or captaining pus
any substance eliciting an immunological response such as pro…
Latent Phase
when disease in no manifesting symptoms
pathogenic
capable of producing a disease
24 terms
patient care: chapter 17: infection control
infection
bacteria
eukaryotes
prokaryote
establishment and growth of a microorganism on/in host
-prokaryotic... -lacks nucleus... -has endospores(highly resistant)…
have true nucleus
lacks nuleus
infection
establishment and growth of a microorganism on/in host
bacteria
-prokaryotic... -lacks nucleus... -has endospores(highly resistant)…
35 terms
Patient Care- Chapter 17 Infection Control
Microbial flora
Pathogen
Types of Microorganisms
Bacteria
Microorganisms that live on the inside of the body and do not…
Microorganisms that cause disease
Bacteria... Viruses... Fungi... Prions... Protozoa
Very small, single-called organism with a cell wall and an at…
Microbial flora
Microorganisms that live on the inside of the body and do not…
Pathogen
Microorganisms that cause disease
90 terms
Patient Care Unit 7 Infection Control
Airborne Precautions
Aespsis
Bacteria
Bloodborne pathogens
Infection control practices designed to protect against disea…
Freedom from infection
Prokaryotic, ubiquitous, single-celled organisms
Disease causing microorganisms that may be present in human b…
Airborne Precautions
Infection control practices designed to protect against disea…
Aespsis
Freedom from infection
Ch. 16 infection control patient care
Single called organisms, oldest form o…
Where can microbes live?
True/false... 95% of Microbes are not har…
Animal or plant that harbors or nouris…
Microbes
In the water, air, food and on the outside and inside of your…
True - billions live naturally on our skin, mouth, nose, teet…
Host
Single called organisms, oldest form o…
Microbes
Where can microbes live?
In the water, air, food and on the outside and inside of your…
89 terms
patient care unit 4 infection control
Epidemiology
Etiology
Centers for Disease Control and Preven…
Joint Commission on Accreditation of H…
Study of the distribution and determinants of a disease withi…
Study of causes of diseases
CDC
JCAHO
Epidemiology
Study of the distribution and determinants of a disease withi…
Etiology
Study of causes of diseases
66 terms
Patient care I Infection control, assisting
Abrasion
Abscess
Acute
Adverse Seuquelae
Mechanical wear of teeth from excessive function or abnormal…
a localized pus formation in any part of the body
Having a rapid onset, severe symptoms, and a short course; no…
Undesired side effects following a procedure.
Abrasion
Mechanical wear of teeth from excessive function or abnormal…
Abscess
a localized pus formation in any part of the body
10 terms
Patient Care Chapter 5: Infection Control
Antimicrobial
Carrier
Ciliate
Enteric
Type of agent that kills or inhibits the growth or replicatio…
A person or animal that harbors a particular infectious agent…
Of or having cilia; a cell having hair like projections on it…
Pertaining to the intestines
Antimicrobial
Type of agent that kills or inhibits the growth or replicatio…
Carrier
A person or animal that harbors a particular infectious agent…
78 terms
Infection Control - CH 5 - Patient Care
Nosocomial infection
Common sites of nosocomial infections
Community-acquired infection
Microorganisms everyone has in their b…
infection acquired during medical care
bloodstream (IV)... urinary tract (catheter)
infection of person who enters hospital already infected
normal/resident flora
Nosocomial infection
infection acquired during medical care
Common sites of nosocomial infections
bloodstream (IV)... urinary tract (catheter)
20 terms
Patient Care Skills: Chapter 2, Infection Control
AIDS
Asepsis
Contamination
Decontamination
Acronym for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, which is caus…
Absence of mircoorganisms that produce disease, the preventio…
When something is rendered unclean or nonsterile, an item, su…
The use of physical or chemical means to remove, inactivate,…
AIDS
Acronym for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, which is caus…
Asepsis
Absence of mircoorganisms that produce disease, the preventio…
80 terms
Chapter 17: Infection Control Patient Care
Disease
What is a Disease Caused by ?
Infection
What is Infection Caused by?
Any Interruption of the Normal Structure of Any Part, Organ,…
Microorganisms
Growth of a Microorganism On or In a Host, Resulting in Injur…
Pathogenic Organisms
Disease
Any Interruption of the Normal Structure of Any Part, Organ,…
What is a Disease Caused by ?
Microorganisms
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