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what are the 7 routes of tuburculosis transmission?
- standard precautions not sufficient - mask
- droplet nuclei - spatter
- airborne infection isolation measure necessary
- direct inoculation - skin to skin
what are the modes of transmission for Hep A?
what are 2 main modes of transmission for hep b?
name the three modes of transmission for hep c
________ is a coinfection with HBV
HEP D ("D" as in DUH)
what are the moved of transmission for hep d? (5)
- multiple exposures to hep B
- blood and body fluids
- contaminated needles
contaminated water, person to person thru fecal-oral (BARF), fecally contminated water sources are modes of which transmission?
HEP E the EW EW one!
what are factors that alter normal defenses?
- abnormal physical condition
- systemic diseases
- drug therapy
- prostheses and transplants
T/F formats of documentation should have room to write and not be a check off format
what are indications for premed?
- mitral valve prolapse
- mitral valve stenosis
- prosthetic cardiac valves
- previous endocarditis
- congenital heart disease
manipulation of gingival tissue, involving PA region of teeth, and perforation of the oral mucosa are:
dental procedures requiring premed
what does ADPIE stand for?
- dh care planning
which part of ADPIE includes objective and subjective data collection?
overal ________ and generalized _________ is an example of what?
a gingival statement
color, texture, size, position, shape, consistency, bleeding are all examples to put for the gingival _______
localized/generalized, areas of severe involvement, specific tooth #'s are all part of the gingival statement distribution of _______
perio case type ie II ( pockets) II (bone loss 6mm) IV (7mm mobility) are examples of the gingival statement ________ of disease
what are three cultural considerations?
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