Dental Assisting Mod 140

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Dental Assisting Mod 140
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  1. Immunity that results from a vaccination.
    Artificial Acquried Immunity
  2. Immunity developed during a persons life time.
    Acquried Immunity
  3. Disease causing organisms tranferred throuhg contact w/blood and other body fluyds.
    Blood Borne Pathogenes
  4. Repeated exposures, generally to lower levels, over a long time.
    Chronic Exposure
  5. An infection of long duration.
    Chronic Infection
  6. Items such as gloves / patients napkins that may contain potentially infectious body fluids of patients.
    Contaminated Waist
  7. Touch, contact with patients blood, saliva
    Direct Contact
  8. Infection that occurs through mucosal surfaces of the eye, nose, and mouth
    Droplet Infection
  9. Federal regulatory agency whose responsibility it is to protect and restore the environment and public health through environmental laws.
    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  10. Waste capable of transmitting an infectious disease.
    Infectious Waste
  11. Immunity present at birth.
    Inherited Immunity
  12. Touching or contact with a contaminated surface or instrument.
    Indirect Contact
  13. Waste that poses a danger to humans or to the environment.
    Hazardous Waste
  14. Form that provides health and safty information regarding materials that contain chemicals
    Material Safty Data Sheet (MSDS)
  15. Immunity that occurs when a person has contracted and is recovering from a disease.
    Naturally Acquired Immunity
  16. Any reasonably anticipated skin, eye, or mucous membrane contact or percutaneous injury involving blood or any other potentially infrctious materials.
    Occupational Exposure
  17. Infectious waste that requires special handling, neutralization, and disposal.
    Regulated Waste
  18. Strength of a pathogen's ability to cause disease; Also known as Pathogenicity
    Virulence
  19. Items such as gloves / patients napkins that may contain potentially infectious body fluids of patients.
    Contaminated Waist
  20. Waste capable of transmitting an infectious disease.
    Infectious Waste

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