Unit test 102.2
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What is on an I & D tray and what does it stand for?
- #3 knife handle
- #11 blade
- 2x2 sponges
- tissue forceps
- needle holder
- packing material ( lodoform, plain gauze, or penrose drain)
- patient drape with aperture
Incision and drainage
What are three different ways diseases are transmitted?
What is cleansing of the patient's skin prior to surgery called?
What special precautions should be made when treating patients with HEP B and AIDS?
- Avoid needle sticks
- Avoid contamination
- OSHA regulations
- special handling of cultures and biopsies
- report to the Health Department ( by physician )
What is the chain of infection?
- Resevoir host
- means of exit
- means of transmission
- means of entry
- susreptible host
Autoclaving needs to reach what temperature and for how long?
250 degrees for 20 mins. with 15 pounds of pressure
Dry heat compares to what?
A oven at 320 degrees for one hour
Instruments remain sterile for how long?
For 28 days in ideal conditions
Vaccines are examples of what?
Singled celled microorganisms are called what?
Pathogenic means what?
Most microorganisms are not pathogenic. True or False.
Name 3 types of bacteria.
- toxic shock
Name 4 types of fungi.
- athletes foot
Name 4 types of viruses.
- and many more
Name a protozoa.
Malaria caused by mosquitos
Name 4 groups of surgical instruments?
- cutting and dissecting
- grasping and clamping
- probing and dilating
Name 3 types of needles used for specific needs.
atraumatic - to suture tough tissue such as skin
cutting - to pierce tough tissue such as skin
round - for fixing tissue and suture near blood vessels
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