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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
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
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…
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…
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
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…
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…
32 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 23 -Asepsis and Infection 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
42 terms
NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 14 Infection Control
Chain of Infection
What type of immunity is described bel…
What type of immunity is described bel…
What type of Immunity is described bel…
Infectious Agent... Reservoir... Portal of Exit... Modes of Transmissi…
Natural Active Immunity host produces antibodies in response…
Natural Passive Immunity--host receives natural antibodies pr…
Artificial Active Immunity... antigens administered to stimulat…
Chain of Infection
Infectious Agent... Reservoir... Portal of Exit... Modes of Transmissi…
What type of immunity is described bel…
Natural Active Immunity host produces antibodies in response…
31 terms
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…
31 terms
infection control (nursing fundamentals ch 22)
infection agents
reservoir
portal of exit
mode of transmission
link 1 : pathogens (protozoans, virus, bacteria, fungus), nor…
link 2: where pathogens live and multiply; may be in living (…
Link 3: how pathogen leaves/exits; via: body fluids, coughing…
link 4: contact, droplet, airborne, vector (transmission base…
infection agents
link 1 : pathogens (protozoans, virus, bacteria, fungus), nor…
reservoir
link 2: where pathogens live and multiply; may be in living (…
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
16 terms
Chapter 22- Infection Control- Fundamentals of Nursing
Infectious diseases
colonization
Incubation, prodromal, acute, convales…
standard precautions
Diseases that spread from one person to another
A condition in which microorganisms are present, but the host…
What are the 5 stages of infection
Measures for reducing the risk of microorganisms transmission…
Infectious diseases
Diseases that spread from one person to another
colonization
A condition in which microorganisms are present, but the host…
105 terms
Infection Control (Nursing fundamentals) Ch 28
infection
microorganism
cross-contamination
aerobic
the entry of a microorganism into the body that multiplies an…
an organism only visible with a microscope
the transmission of infectious microorganisms from one person…
needs oxygen to live and grow
infection
the entry of a microorganism into the body that multiplies an…
microorganism
an organism only visible with a microscope
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…
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
28 terms
Nursing Fundamentals - Ch. 27: Aesepsis and Infection Control
aerobic bacteria
anaerobic bacteria
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
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
anaerobic bacteria
bacteria that can live without oxygen
42 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 23 Asepsis and Infection Control
aerobic
anaerobic
antibody
antigen
with oxygen
without oxygen
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune response
aerobic
with oxygen
anaerobic
without oxygen
Fundamentals of Nursing: CH 23 Asepsis and Infection Control
infection
infectious agent
Antibiotics
Antiviral medications
a disease state that results from the presence of a pathogen.…
Bacteria are the most significant and most commonly observed…
antibiotics are classified as specifically effective against…
Can shorten the full stage of the illness when given in te pr…
infection
a disease state that results from the presence of a pathogen.…
infectious agent
Bacteria are the most significant and most commonly observed…
48 terms
Nursing Fundamentals-C28 Infection Control
Communicable disease
SYMPTOMATIC
ASYMPTOMATIC
Hand hygiene
the infectious process transmitted from one person to another
Pathogens multiply and cause clinical signs and symptoms
Clinical signs/symptoms are not present
THE most important technique to use in preventing and control…
Communicable disease
the infectious process transmitted from one person to another
SYMPTOMATIC
Pathogens multiply and cause clinical signs and symptoms
56 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 23 - Asepsis and Infection Control
Infection:
Pathogen:
Infection cycle: (6 components)
infectious agent:
is a disease state that results from the presence of pathogens.
disease-producing microorganism
- infectious agent... -reservoir... -portal of exit... -means of trans…
examples: bacteria, viruses, fungi
Infection:
is a disease state that results from the presence of pathogens.
Pathogen:
disease-producing microorganism
83 terms
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…
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
10 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 27: Asepsis and Infection Control
Surgical asepsis is defined as... a) Us…
For which of the following clients wou…
When assisting a physician during a su…
The nurse planning to insert an indwel…
Correct response: Absence of all microorganisms... Explanation:…
Correct response: An incontinent client in a nursing home who…
Correct response: They have close-fitting wristbands to avoid…
Correct response: Surgical asepsis... Explanation: ... Surgical ase…
Surgical asepsis is defined as... a) Us…
Correct response: Absence of all microorganisms... Explanation:…
For which of the following clients wou…
Correct response: An incontinent client in a nursing home who…
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
14 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing-Ch. 22-Infection Control
Infectious Diseases
Infection
Infection differs from Colonization.
Infection control Precautions
Diseases spread from one person to another. Also called commu…
condition that results when microorganisms cause injury to a…
a condition where microorganisms are present but the host doe…
phsycial measures designed to curtail the spread of infectiou…
Infectious Diseases
Diseases spread from one person to another. Also called commu…
Infection
condition that results when microorganisms cause injury to a…
34 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 23 Infection Control
Endogenous infection
Exogenous infection
Incubation Period
Prodromal period
Infection in which the causative organism comes from microbia…
Infection in which the causative organism is acquired from ou…
The interval between the pathogen's invasion of the body and…
A person is most infectious during this stage. Early signs an…
Endogenous infection
Infection in which the causative organism comes from microbia…
Exogenous infection
Infection in which the causative organism is acquired from ou…
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…
32 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 26: Asepsis and Infection Control
airborne transmission
antibodies
antigen
asepsis
Occurs when microorganisms are dispersed by air currents and…
Immunoglobulin molecules that recognize foreign invaders.
Any substance that provokes an adaptive immune response.
Freedom from and prevention of disease-causing contamination.
airborne transmission
Occurs when microorganisms are dispersed by air currents and…
antibodies
Immunoglobulin molecules that recognize foreign invaders.
10 terms
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
66 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Aspesis and Infection Control ch. 7
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
41 terms
Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 5: Infection Control
Infection Control
Health Care associated infections (HAIs)
Chain of infection - cyclical process…
Goals
practices implemented to reduce / eliminate sources or transm…
result from the delivery of health services in a health care…
1. Infectious agent... 2. Reservoir or source of pathogenic grow…
Minimize the onset and spread of infection to the patient
Infection Control
practices implemented to reduce / eliminate sources or transm…
Health Care associated infections (HAIs)
result from the delivery of health services in a health care…
48 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: CH 28 Infection Prevention & Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Asepsis
Asymptomatic
...
...
...
...
Aerobic
...
Anaerobic
...
56 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 23 - Asepsis and Infection Control
Infection:
Pathogen:
Infection cycle: (6 components)
infectious agent:
is a disease state that results from the presence of pathogens.
disease-producing microorganism
- infectious agent... -reservoir... -portal of exit... -means of trans…
examples: bacteria, viruses, fungi
Infection:
is a disease state that results from the presence of pathogens.
Pathogen:
disease-producing microorganism
28 terms
Nursing Fundamentals - Ch. 27: Aesepsis and Infection Control
aerobic bacteria
anaerobic bacteria
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
bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
anaerobic bacteria
bacteria that can live without oxygen
35 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing - Medical Asepsis an Infection Control
Chain of infection
Normal flora and fauna
Microorganisms
Pathogens
In order for infection to spread from one person to another,…
Microorganisms that are NOT pathogenic. These live in and on…
Minuscule living bodies that cannot be seen without a microsc…
Microorganisms that cause infection in humans.
Chain of infection
In order for infection to spread from one person to another,…
Normal flora and fauna
Microorganisms that are NOT pathogenic. These live in and on…
34 terms
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
86 terms
AT I INFECTION CONTROL (FUNDAMENTALS 4 NURSING)
ASPESIS
MEDICAL ASPESIS
MEDICAL ASPESIS
SURGICAL ASPESIS
The absence of illness producing microorganisms
Reduce #, growth, and spread of microorganisms.
Apply to administering oral meds, managing Nason a strict tub…
Used to eliminate all microorganisms from an object or area a…
ASPESIS
The absence of illness producing microorganisms
MEDICAL ASPESIS
Reduce #, growth, and spread of microorganisms.
112 terms
Infection Control (Nursing fundamentals) Ch 28 Potter Perry
infection
microorganism
cross-contamination
aerobic
the entry of a microorganism into the body that multiplies an…
an organism only visible with a microscope
the transmission of infectious microorganisms from one person…
needs oxygen to live and grow
infection
the entry of a microorganism into the body that multiplies an…
microorganism
an organism only visible with a microscope
48 terms
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
28 terms
Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 23: Asepsis + Infection Control
6 Links in the Chain of Infection + Wa…
4 Stages of Infection
Cardinal Signs of Infection
Normal White Blood Cell Count
1.) Infectious Agent... - BREAK: Hand hygiene / Sterilization /…
1.) Incubation... 2.) Prodromal... 3.) Full Stage of Illness... 4.) Co…
Redness, heat, swelling, pain + loss of fuction... - Small bloo…
5,000 - 10,000 /mm
6 Links in the Chain of Infection + Wa…
1.) Infectious Agent... - BREAK: Hand hygiene / Sterilization /…
4 Stages of Infection
1.) Incubation... 2.) Prodromal... 3.) Full Stage of Illness... 4.) Co…
33 terms
Ch. 18: Fundamentals of Nursing (Craven) - Asepsis and Infection Control
antiseptic
asepsis
bactericidal
bacteriostatic
Agent that stops or slows the growth of microorganisms on liv…
Absence of disease-producing microorganisms
Able to kill bacteria
Able to inhibit the growth of bacteria
antiseptic
Agent that stops or slows the growth of microorganisms on liv…
asepsis
Absence of disease-producing microorganisms
11 terms
Infection Control Fundamentals Success
General Adaptation Syndrome
Local Adaptation Syndrome
primary intention healing
secondary intention healing
Seyle's concept that the body responds to stress with alarm,…
localized response of the body to stress, precipitated by tra…
tissue surfaces are approximated (closed) and there is minima…
A wound that is extensive & invloves considerable tissue loss…
General Adaptation Syndrome
Seyle's concept that the body responds to stress with alarm,…
Local Adaptation Syndrome
localized response of the body to stress, precipitated by tra…
67 terms
Fundamental Nursing Chapter 23 Asepsis and Infection Control PrepU
The nurse performs hand hygiene using…
Nurses and other healthcare workers pl…
Nurses use medical asepsis, or clean t…
Which of the following nursing actions…
The nurse washes at least one inch above the area of contamin…
• Nurses practice asepsis, which includes all activities to p…
• Clean the least soiled areas first and then move to the mor…
Emptying the Foley catheter bag of a patient with VRE and the…
The nurse performs hand hygiene using…
The nurse washes at least one inch above the area of contamin…
Nurses and other healthcare workers pl…
• Nurses practice asepsis, which includes all activities to p…
35 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Care: Chapter 14 - Medical Asepsis an Infection Control
Chain of infection
Normal flora and fauna
Microorganisms
Pathogens
In order for infection to spread from one person to another,…
Microorganisms that are NOT pathogenic. These live in and on…
Minuscule living bodies that cannot be seen without a microsc…
Microorganisms that cause infection in humans.
Chain of infection
In order for infection to spread from one person to another,…
Normal flora and fauna
Microorganisms that are NOT pathogenic. These live in and on…
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