Esthetician Exam Review Questions
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Esthetician Exam Review Questions
Infection Control; Chapter 4
What does MSDS stand for?
Material Safety Data Sheets
__________ protect(s) client's health, safety, and welfare.
State regulatory agencies
What will hospital grade and tuberculocidal disenfectants kill?
The study of microbes is called
What are pus forming bacteria that grow in clusters similar to grapes called?
Tetanus, typhoid fever, tuberculosis, and diphtheria are caused by
_______ bacteria include treponema papillidia
__________ can cause food poisoning and toxic shock syndrome.
Communicable or _____________ diseases can be spread from one person to another.
The presense of pus indicates
A(n) _______________ sterilizes equipment by using steam under pressure.
Isoprophyl alcohol must be no less that ____% strength to disinfect
Sodium hypochlorite is:
How do you mix disinfectants and water?
Pour the disinfectant into the water
What is the proper way to dispose of lancets and other sharp implements?
Put them into a sharp(s) box.
After performing a service or cleaning up contaminated implements and surfaces, what should you do with your latex gloves?
Turn them inside out as you take them off and put them in a biohazard bag
what should you do when a client has an infection
decline the service
which organisms can be spread through contact with a bloodborne pathogen
Hep B, Hep C, HIV 1
How do anthrax and tetanus bacilli withstand long periods of famine, dryness, and unsuitable temperatures?
They form a waxy outer shell
independantly move about
The HIV virus can be passed from 1 person to the next during a salon service by:
entering through cuts and sores by using contaminated instruments
Natural immunity is:
A naturally inherited resistance to a disease or illness.
Acquired immunity is the result of:
Having the disease previously or receiving an innoculation for it.
What can pathogenic bacteria cause?
Formalin is a(n):
unsafe and not used anymore in a salon setting
What do you risk when you mix chemicals in higher concentrations than recommended by the manufacture?
it may be less effective
OSHA guidelines address issues relating to handling, mixing, storing, and disposing of product; general safety and your right to know the _______ in the products you use in the workplace.
What do non-pathogenic bacteria do?
break down food, protect against infection, and stimulate the immune system.
The 2 categories of bacteria are:
Pathogenic and Non-pathogenic
Which answer best describes disinfection?
using a chemical that kills MOST micro-organisms on non-pourous surfaces
What are dirt, oils, and microbes
What should you wear when disinfecting implements?
Goggles and gloves
Cocci are transmitted:
In the air, in dust or within the substance in which they settle.
a general infection is:
the result of a pathogen that is carried in the bloodstream to different parts of the body.
An aseptic procedure involves properly handling disinfected equipment to:
prevent contamination before they are used on the client
Universal precautions are standard infection control practices that entail:
treating all clients as if they were contaminated.
breaks in the skin, mouth, nose, eyes, or ears and unprotected sex are?
ways for pathogens to enter the body
a 4th degree burn involves injury to:
muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, blood vessle, and bones.