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These Microorganisms that help keep a balance in the environment and in the body

nonpathogenic microorganisms 

100


Microorganisms that are disease causing are known as

pathogenic

100

Bacteria that lives on the skin or intestinal tract but do not produce disease is called 

normal flora

100

soiled, unclean, not suitable for use

contaminated

100

List the standard precaution with risk categorization

high risk 

low risk 

no risk

200

 This is the cause of food poisoning


Enterotoxins

200

This is a chain of events all interconnected for an infection to spread

chain of infection 

200

 the organism from which a microorganism takes nourishment

host

200

able to grow and function without oxygen

anaerobic

200

Factors that affect the growth of microoganisms include:


food, moisture, temperature, oxygen, light, and dead and living matter.

300

This type infection affects only one area of the body.

Localized

300

HIV is a viral disease that attacks what?

immune system

300

capable of being affected or infected

susceptible

300

List the PPE Equipment:

gloves, gowns, mask, eyewear

300

Asepsis is:


a sterile condition free from all germs.

400

The method of controlling the spread of infection

disinfection

400

This happens when organisms or viruses are transmitted directly from one person to another


Direct contact

400

 

method used to make the environment, the worker, and patient as germ-free as possible

aseptic technique

400

Handwashing guidelines state you must scrub your hands how long for handwashing to be effective? 


20 seconds

400

Standard precautions protect health care workers, visitors, and patient/clients from pathogens that are carried in:

body fluids.

500

What is single most effective way to prevent the spread of infection? 

hand hygiene

500


Microorganisms that are NOT disease causing are known as

nonpathogenic

500

guidelines designed to reduce the risk of transmission of microorganisms from recognized and unrecognized sources of infection in hospital

standard precautions

500

List 2 negative effects of not taking all antibiotics as prescribed. 

antibiotic resistance

stranger bacteria will survive

stronger antibotics will have to used later

500

The symptoms of a generalized infection include:


Increased pulse & Fever

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