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83 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Infection Prevention & Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
31 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Infection Prevention and control
Chain of infection
communicable disease
localized infection
systemic infection
Infectious agent>reservoir>portal of exit>mode of transmissio…
an infectious disease can be transmitted directly from one pe…
the patient usually experiences localized symptoms such as pa…
an infection that affects the entire body instead of just sin…
Chain of infection
Infectious agent>reservoir>portal of exit>mode of transmissio…
communicable disease
an infectious disease can be transmitted directly from one pe…
61 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Ch 28 Infection Prevention and Control
Why are patients in health care settin…
What is an infection?
What is the difference between an infe…
Some of this type of disease have low…
Lower resistance to pathogens; increased exposure to pathogen…
An invasion of a susceptible host by pathogens or microorgani…
Colonization is the presence and growth of microorganisms wit…
Infectious disease
Why are patients in health care settin…
Lower resistance to pathogens; increased exposure to pathogen…
What is an infection?
An invasion of a susceptible host by pathogens or microorgani…
44 terms
Nursing Fundamentals - Infection Prevention / Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent.
Organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
Illness. (Pneumonia, Meningitis)
Infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one pers…
Pathogen
Infectious agent.
Colonization
Organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
29 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Infection Prevention and Control
aerobic
anaerobic
antibody
antigen
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
bacteria that can live without oxygen
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune response
aerobic
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
anaerobic
bacteria that can live without oxygen
33 terms
Nursing Fundamentals: Chapter 28 Infection Prevention and Control
invasion, disease, multiplication, col…
Communicable, symptomatic, asymptomati…
Immunocompromised
Nature of infection:... 1. Infection is the _____ of a suscepti…
Nature of Infection: ... 1. _______ disease is the infectious pr…
__________ means having an impaired immune system.
invasion, disease, multiplication, col…
Nature of infection:... 1. Infection is the _____ of a suscepti…
Communicable, symptomatic, asymptomati…
Nature of Infection: ... 1. _______ disease is the infectious pr…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chp 28 Infection Prevention and control
Chain of infection
communicable disease
localized infection
systemic infection
Infectious agent>reservoir>portal of exit>mode of transmissio…
an infectious disease can be transmitted directly from one pe…
the patient usually experiences localized symptoms such as pa…
an infection that affects the entire body instead of just sin…
Chain of infection
Infectious agent>reservoir>portal of exit>mode of transmissio…
communicable disease
an infectious disease can be transmitted directly from one pe…
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 28: Infection Prevention and Control
aerobic
anaerobic
antibody
antigen
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
bacteria that can live without oxygen
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune response
aerobic
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
anaerobic
bacteria that can live without oxygen
70 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Ch. 28 - Infection Prevention and Control
If an infectious disease can be transm…
Which is the most likely means of tran…
Identify the interval when a patient p…
Which of the following is the most eff…
Communicable disease.
Contact with a health care worker's hands
Prodromal stage
Hand hygiene
If an infectious disease can be transm…
Communicable disease.
Which is the most likely means of tran…
Contact with a health care worker's hands
33 terms
Nursing Fundamentals: Chapter 28 Infection Prevention and Control
invasion, disease, multiplication, col…
Communicable, symptomatic, asymptomati…
Immunocompromised
Nature of infection:... 1. Infection is the _____ of a suscepti…
Nature of Infection: ... 1. _______ disease is the infectious pr…
__________ means having an impaired immune system.
invasion, disease, multiplication, col…
Nature of infection:... 1. Infection is the _____ of a suscepti…
Communicable, symptomatic, asymptomati…
Nature of Infection: ... 1. _______ disease is the infectious pr…
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Fundamentals of Nursing: Ch. 28 - Infection Prevention and Control
If an infectious disease can be transm…
Which is the most likely means of tran…
Identify the interval when a patient p…
Which of the following is the most eff…
Communicable disease.
Contact with a health care worker's hands
Prodromal stage
Hand hygiene
If an infectious disease can be transm…
Communicable disease.
Which is the most likely means of tran…
Contact with a health care worker's hands
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 29: Infection Prevention & Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
29 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 28: Infection Prevention and Control
aerobic
anaerobic
antibody
antigen
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
bacteria that can live without oxygen
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune response
aerobic
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
anaerobic
bacteria that can live without oxygen
29 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 28: Infection Prevention and Control
aerobic
anaerobic
antibody
antigen
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
bacteria that can live without oxygen
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune response
aerobic
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
anaerobic
bacteria that can live without oxygen
27 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chp 28 Infection Prevention & Control
Focus on health promotion content vis…
Iatrogenic infections
Exogenous infection
Endogenous infection
- nutrition support, rest, maintenance of physiological prote…
a type of HAI from a diagnostic or therapeutic procedure (bro…
comes from microorganisms found outside the individual (salmo…
-occurs when part of the patient's flora becomes altered and…
Focus on health promotion content vis…
- nutrition support, rest, maintenance of physiological prote…
Iatrogenic infections
a type of HAI from a diagnostic or therapeutic procedure (bro…
48 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: CH 28 Infection Prevention & Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Asepsis
Asymptomatic
...
...
...
...
Aerobic
...
Anaerobic
...
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 28: Infection Prevention and Control
asepsis
host
infection
medical asepsis
absence of disease-producing microorganisms; using methods to…
animal or person on or within which microorganisms live
disease state resulting from pathogens in or on the body
practices designed to reduce the number and transfer of patho…
asepsis
absence of disease-producing microorganisms; using methods to…
host
animal or person on or within which microorganisms live
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Fundamentals of Nursing: Ch.16 Infection Prevention and Control
Factors that Increase infection risk
Medical Asepsis
Preventing Infection: Implementing Sur…
sterile field
developmental stage, breaks in the skin, illness/injury, chro…
"a state of cleanliness that decreases the potential for spre…
sterile means without life... -involves high gas or high heat... -u…
-used in healthcare setting to preform variety of sterile pro…
Factors that Increase infection risk
developmental stage, breaks in the skin, illness/injury, chro…
Medical Asepsis
"a state of cleanliness that decreases the potential for spre…
29 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 28: Infection Prevention and Control
aerobic
anaerobic
antibody
antigen
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
bacteria that can live without oxygen
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune response
aerobic
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
anaerobic
bacteria that can live without oxygen
15 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Ch. 28 - Infection Prevention and Control
If an infectious disease can be transm…
Which is the most likely means of tran…
Identify the interval when a patient p…
Which of the following is the most eff…
Communicable disease.
Contact with a health care worker's hands
Prodromal stage
Hand hygiene
If an infectious disease can be transm…
Communicable disease.
Which is the most likely means of tran…
Contact with a health care worker's hands
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Fundamentals- Infection Prevention and Control
colonization
infectious disease
communicable disease
symptomatic
occurs when a microorganism invades the host but does not cau…
a disease that causes harm to the person. but poses no risk t…
a disease that can be spread from person to person
when pathogens are multiplying and you see actual signs and s…
colonization
occurs when a microorganism invades the host but does not cau…
infectious disease
a disease that causes harm to the person. but poses no risk t…
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Fundamentals Infection Control and Prevention
Scientific Knowledge Base
6 links in the chain of infection
Types of Pathogens/Infectious Agents
Herpes Zoster {Shingles}
Nature of Infection... -Infection: the invasion of a susceptible…
1. Infectious Agent or pathogen... 2. Reservoir or source for pa…
Pathogens are disease-producing microorganisms. Virulence is…
-Viral infection... -initially produces chickenpox, then lies do…
Scientific Knowledge Base
Nature of Infection... -Infection: the invasion of a susceptible…
6 links in the chain of infection
1. Infectious Agent or pathogen... 2. Reservoir or source for pa…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch 28 - Infection Prevention and Control Terms
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Asepsis
Asymptomatic
requires oxygen for survival and for multiplication sufficien…
thrives where little or no free oxygen is available
absence of germs or microorganisms
if clinical signs and symptoms are not present
Aerobic
requires oxygen for survival and for multiplication sufficien…
Anaerobic
thrives where little or no free oxygen is available
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Infection Prevention and Control (fundamentals)
Host
Hand Hygiene
Infectious agent
Reservoir
-Goal: Increase resistance and reduce susceptibility to acqui…
-Best method to prevent spread of infection ... -Must be:... -->Per…
-Goal: Reduce or eliminate pathogens... -Interventions: ... -->Hand…
-Goal: Reduce or eliminate sources... -Interventions... -->Hand Was…
Host
-Goal: Increase resistance and reduce susceptibility to acqui…
Hand Hygiene
-Best method to prevent spread of infection ... -Must be:... -->Per…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 12: Medical/Surgical Asepsis and Infection Prevention/Control
Microorganisms
Infection prevention and control
Asepsis
Medical asepsis
any tiny, microscopic, entity capable of carrying on living p…
implementation of policies/procedures in hospitals/health car…
absence of pathogenic microorganisms
inhibit the growth and spread of pathogens; aka the clean tec…
Microorganisms
any tiny, microscopic, entity capable of carrying on living p…
Infection prevention and control
implementation of policies/procedures in hospitals/health car…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 12: Medical/Surgical Asepsis and Infection Prevention/Control
Microorganisms
Infection prevention and control
Asepsis
Medical asepsis
any tiny, microscopic, entity capable of carrying on living p…
implementation of policies/procedures in hospitals/health car…
absence of pathogenic microorganisms
inhibit the growth and spread of pathogens; aka the clean tec…
Microorganisms
any tiny, microscopic, entity capable of carrying on living p…
Infection prevention and control
implementation of policies/procedures in hospitals/health car…
Fundamentals of Nursing (Infection Control)
A clean technique to completing medica…
A sterile technique to completing medi…
Define if the following are either non…
In the correct order, what is the chai…
Medical Asepsis
Surgical Asepsis
Upper Respiratory Tract = non-sterile... Lower Respiratory Tra…
1. Infectious Agent... 2. Reservoir... 3. Portal of Exit (from rese…
A clean technique to completing medica…
Medical Asepsis
A sterile technique to completing medi…
Surgical Asepsis
100 terms
Intro to Nursing Infection Prevention and Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
100 terms
Intro to Nursing Infection Prevention and Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
100 terms
Intro to Nursing Infection Prevention and Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
76 terms
*Fundamentals 14 - Infection Prevention and Control*
(239) HAI
(240) Infection
(240) Colonization
(240) Chain of Infection - Infectious…
Health care-aquired infection
The invasion of a susceptible host by potentially harmful mic…
The presence and growth of microorganisms within a host but w…
Infection depends on; number of microorganisms present, their…
(239) HAI
Health care-aquired infection
(240) Infection
The invasion of a susceptible host by potentially harmful mic…
100 terms
Intro to Nursing Infection Prevention and Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
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fundamentals 1-infection prevention and control
infection
infection control
colonization
communicable diseases
the invasion of a susceptible host by pathogens or microorgan…
controlling the spread of infection, teaching patients and th…
the presence and growth of microorganisms within a host but w…
the infectious process transmitted from one person to another…
infection
the invasion of a susceptible host by pathogens or microorgan…
infection control
controlling the spread of infection, teaching patients and th…
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EXAM 1---WEEK1-FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING-THE NURSING PROCESS: ASSESSMENT, INFECTION PREVENTION and CONTROL.
The first stage of the nursing process
The ultimate goal of the nursing proce…
Activities required in the first step…
Collected using the five senses, smell…
ASSESSMENT
DETERMINE THE PLAN OF CARE
ASSESSMENT
Data
The first stage of the nursing process
ASSESSMENT
The ultimate goal of the nursing proce…
DETERMINE THE PLAN OF CARE
16 terms
Nursing process infection prevention and control
What should the initial interview incl…
Comprehensive health history
What should the nurse consider ?... **As…
Nursing assess for clinical appearance…
Comprehensive health history
History of illnesses for which they are receiving or have rec…
Consider treatments or medications that may increase patient…
Localized infection or systematic infection .
What should the initial interview incl…
Comprehensive health history
Comprehensive health history
History of illnesses for which they are receiving or have rec…
100 terms
Intro to Nursing Infection Prevention and Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
66 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Aspesis and Infection Control
The most significant and commonly obse…
Spherical, rod shaped, or corkscrew sh…
Cocci
Bacilli
Bacteria
Bacteria can be categorized by shape as
Spherical
Rod shaped
The most significant and commonly obse…
Bacteria
Spherical, rod shaped, or corkscrew sh…
Bacteria can be categorized by shape as
16 terms
Nursing process infection prevention and control
What should the initial interview incl…
Comprehensive health history
What should the nurse consider ?
Health history
Comprehensive health history
History of illnesses for which they are receiving or have rec…
Consider treatments or medications that may increase patient…
Open areas on skin drainage from open wounds ,
What should the initial interview incl…
Comprehensive health history
Comprehensive health history
History of illnesses for which they are receiving or have rec…
36 terms
Infection Prevention and Control (Fundamentals Study Guide)
pathogen
colonization
infectious disease
communicable disease
infectious agent
organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
an infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
pathogen
infectious agent
colonization
organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an…
21 terms
Fundamentals Chapter 28 Infection Prevention and Control
Mrs. Andrews did well after her spinal…
2If Mrs. Andrews were to develop a sys…
3Which methods of infection control do…
1 If an infectious disease can be tran…
1. An infected wound can have signs of localized infection. F…
. a. Increase in white blood cell (WBC) count. The WBCs eleva…
3. a. Proper hand hygiene and handwashing to prevent cross-co…
1. 2;
Mrs. Andrews did well after her spinal…
1. An infected wound can have signs of localized infection. F…
2If Mrs. Andrews were to develop a sys…
. a. Increase in white blood cell (WBC) count. The WBCs eleva…
40 terms
Chapter 14 Fundamentals Infection Prevention and Control
Airborne Precautions
Antibody
Antigen
Asepsis
safeguards designed to reduce of transmission of infections a…
immunoglobulins produced by lymphatic tissue in response to b…
Substance (usually protein) that causes the formation of an a…
Absence of germs or disease producing microorganisms
Airborne Precautions
safeguards designed to reduce of transmission of infections a…
Antibody
immunoglobulins produced by lymphatic tissue in response to b…
38 terms
Fundamentals Infection Control and Prevention Exam 1
Inflammation
Resolution
Colonization
Communicable
What is the body's cellular response to injury or infection?…
What is repair of the tissues?
What is the presence and growth of microorganisms within a ho…
What type of disease is the infectious process transmitted fr…
Inflammation
What is the body's cellular response to injury or infection?…
Resolution
What is repair of the tissues?
136 terms
Chapter 23 Infection Prevention and Control Fundamentals
why is infection control important in…
what is single most important thing yo…
what are examples of healthcare associ…
what is nosocomical?
we are most important link in protecting our patients from ge…
hand hygiene
insurance can refuse to cover patient if infection happened i…
of a disease originating in hospital
why is infection control important in…
we are most important link in protecting our patients from ge…
what is single most important thing yo…
hand hygiene
44 terms
Fundamentals exam 1: infection prevention & control
why are patients in the health care se…
what is the number one cause of health…
which patients are at a greater risk f…
what are risk factors that lead to hea…
- lowered resistance to pathogens... - increased exposure to pat…
foley catheter
- patients with multiple illnesses... - older adults... - poorly no…
- number of health care employees with direct contact with th…
why are patients in the health care se…
- lowered resistance to pathogens... - increased exposure to pat…
what is the number one cause of health…
foley catheter
100 terms
Nursing Intro Ch34 - Infection Prevention & Control
Pathogen
Colonization
Infectious disease
Communicable disease
Infectious agent
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia
An infectious disease that is transmitted directly from one p…
Pathogen
Infectious agent
Colonization
Organism that multiplies but does not cause an infection
67 terms
fundamentals ch 29 infection prevention and control
Infection
asymptomatic
symptomatic
entry and multiplication of
invasion of a susceptible host by pathogens or microorganisms…
clinical signs and symptoms not present
clinical signs and symptoms present
organisms result in disease
Infection
invasion of a susceptible host by pathogens or microorganisms…
asymptomatic
clinical signs and symptoms not present
66 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Aspesis and Infection Control
Bacteria
Bacteria can be categorized by shape as
Spherical
Rod shaped
The most significant and commonly observed infection causing…
Spherical, rod shaped, or corkscrew shaped
Cocci
Bacilli
Bacteria
The most significant and commonly observed infection causing…
Bacteria can be categorized by shape as
Spherical, rod shaped, or corkscrew shaped
21 terms
Fundamentals Chapter 28 Infection Prevention and Control
Mrs. Andrews did well after her spinal…
2If Mrs. Andrews were to develop a sys…
3Which methods of infection control do…
1 If an infectious disease can be tran…
1. An infected wound can have signs of localized infection. F…
. a. Increase in white blood cell (WBC) count. The WBCs eleva…
3. a. Proper hand hygiene and handwashing to prevent cross-co…
1. 2;
Mrs. Andrews did well after her spinal…
1. An infected wound can have signs of localized infection. F…
2If Mrs. Andrews were to develop a sys…
. a. Increase in white blood cell (WBC) count. The WBCs eleva…
24 terms
fundamentals test 3: infection prevention and control
colonization
communicable diseases
symptomatic
asymptomatic
occurs when microorganism invades host but does not cause inf…
the infectious process transmitted from one person to another
pathogens multiply and cause clinical signs and symptoms
clinical signs and symptoms are NOT present
colonization
occurs when microorganism invades host but does not cause inf…
communicable diseases
the infectious process transmitted from one person to another
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