Infection_control[1].txt

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    • When the surface od tools and other objects are NOT free from dirt, oils, and microbes
    • Contaminants
  1. Contaminants include this types of.....
    • Bacteria
    • Viruses
    • Parasites
  2. Because of these tge infection control process of decontamination is necessary
    Contaminants
  3. The removal of pathogens and other substances from tools and surfaces
    Decontamination
  4. Requires physical or chemical means to remove, inactive, or destroy pathogens.
    Decontamination
  5. Highest level of decontamination.
    Completely destroys every organism
    Kills bacterial spores
    Sterilization
  6. Autoclaves and dry heat
    Used on tools designed to break and penetrate the skin barrier
    Can only sterilize non-porous surfaces
    Impractical and unnecessary in salons
    Sterilization
  7. Second level of decontamination
    Kills MOST organisms
    Does NOT kill bacterial spores
    Disinfection
  8. Killing bacterial spores in a salon is not necessary because we don't......
    Penatrate the skin
  9. In disinfection it is only important to reduce favorable conditions so do not become.....
    Active
  10. Disinfection can be used on...
    Tools and implements
  11. Disinfectants can NOT be used on....
    • Hair
    • Skin
    • Nails
  12. The lowesr level of decontamination
    Sanitation
  13. Reduces the number of organisms
    Cleaning with soap and water
    Not as strong as a disinfectant
    Sanitation
  14. Disinfectants may NOT be used on
    • Hair
    • Skin
    • Nails
  15. You must mixed disinfectants according to....
    Manufacturers directions
  16. All disinfectants must be approved by....
    The EPA and each individual state
  17. EPA stands for....
    Environmental protection agency
  18. The disinfectant lables must have what on them?
    EPA registration label.
  19. OSHA
    Occupational safety and Health administration
  20. Agency that regulates employee exposure to toxic substances and informing employees of dangerous materials in the workplace
    OSHA
  21. Hazard communication rule requires
    MSDS and product labeling
  22. MSDS
    Material safety data sheets
  23. MSDS's include...
    • Directions
    • Safety
    • Active ingredients
    • Storage requirements
  24. Showing no signs or symptoms of a disease is called....
    Asymptomatic
  25. Assuming that all blood is bodily fluid are infected with blood borne pathogens, HIV, or HBV is called....
    Universal precaution
  26. When cleaning up blood spills remember to....
    • Wash hands
    • Wear gloves and
    • Personal protective equipment
  27. The strength of something is called....
    Efficacy
  28. Effective against pseudomonas
    Pseudomonacidal
  29. Effective against bacteria
    Bactericidal
  30. Effective against fungi
    Fungicidal
  31. Effective against viruses
    Virucidal
  32. Effective against HIV and HBV
    Tuberculocidal
  33. All combs, brushes, and implements must be disinfected with....
    EPA approved/ hospital level disinfectants
  34. If implementations with a cutting edge have come in contact with blood or bodily fluid you are required to to disinfect with an....
    EPA approved/ hospital level Tuberculocidal disinfectant
  35. QUATS
    quaternary ammonium compounds
  36. Most quats disinfect in how many minutes
    10-15 minutes
  37. QUATS are...
    • None toxic
    • Odorless
    • Fast acting
  38. QUATS are effective for...
    Disinfecting tables, counter tops, tools, brushes, and combs
  39. Caustic poison
    Combs and brushes may be softened or discolored
    Used mostly for metal implements
    Used in 5% solution
    Phenols
  40. 99% isopropyl
    70% ethyl
    NOT an approved disinfectant
    Flammable
    Slow acting
    Discolor and damage surfaces
    Alcohol
  41. Sodium hypochlorite is also known as....
    Household bleach
  42. Effective laundering agent
    NOT approved disinfectant
    Bleach
  43. Uses high frequency sound waves
    Ultrasonic cabinets
  44. Three things that are longer approved for any means of infection control.
    • Ultraviolet sanitizers
    • Bead sterilizers
    • Formaldehyde in cabinets
  45. Significantly reduces the number of pathogens
    Sanitize with soap or detergents
    May still harbor pathogens
    Sanitation
  46. Helps provide protection against mold and mildew
    Sanitation
  47. Can kill, retard, prevent the growth of bacteria
    Antiseptic
  48. Antiseptics, 3% hydrogen peroxide and sea breeze are all examples of
    Sanitizers that can be used on skin
  49. Washing your hands, implements and tools with soap and water, and ship are all examples of
    Sanitation
  50. Use ship and shape to sanitize your tools BEFORE you.....
    Disinfect them.
  51. Disinfectants maybe used on....
    Nonporous surfaces
  52. MSDS on every product used in the cosmetology school or salon is required by....
    Federal law

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