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  1. Absence of microbes?
    Asepsis
  2. Rapid process of sterilization of un-wrapped items immediately prior to or during a surgical procedure?
    Immediate-use steam sterilization
  3. an internal or external monitor that changes color when exposed to the sterilization process?
    chemical indicator
  4. capability of being penetrated?
    Pemeabiltiy
  5. Moral integrity has to do with strict adherence top a standard of conduct or values; in the cases of asepsis, integrity has todo with the completeness or unity of the packaging material surrounding a sterile item.
    Integrity
  6. any microbe capable of causing diseases?
    pathogen
  7. used for cleaning instruments by using high-frequency sound waves that are converted to vibrations in the solution?
    Cavatation
  8. Organization, growth, and reproduction of select group of organisms?
    colonization
  9. Machine that employs ultrasound to remove small organic particles and soil from areas of instrumentation that manual or mechanical cleaning cannot reach?
    ultrasonic cleaner
  10. Disinfection that kills most microorganisms?
    (except spores)
    intermediate-level disinfection
  11. Data based on system of numbering days sequentially throughout the year. For example, February 1st would be then 32nd day in the Julian system. This system is often used for keeping sterilization records.
    Julian date
  12. Soiled with gross debris or by the presence of pathogenic materials.
    contaminated
  13. A type of nosocomial infections acquired as a result of surgical intervention.
    Surgical site infection
  14. process of binding ions, such as iron and magnesium, in solution to prevent their deposit on the surfaces of surgical instruments.
    chelation
  15. The process of destroying m microorganism, including spores, to render an inanimate item sterile through the use of steam under pressure, chemical, or gases/
    sterilization

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