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  1. Name the items for chain of infection
    • means of entry
    • means of exit
    • reservoir host
    • means of transmission
    • susceptible host
  2. Germ free
    aseptic
  3. first defence against the spread of disease?
    proper handwashing
  4. Bleach to water solution ratio
    1:10
  5. when a MA is putting on sterile gloves, what should the MA do first?
    use non-dominant hand first
  6. an instrument that sterilizes with steam under pressure
    autoclave
  7. who used carboloic acid to disinfect?
    Joseph Lister
  8. what is the size of the smallest suture?
    6:0
  9. smallest living organism
    virus
  10. sets and enforces standard universal precautions
    • OSHA
    • Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  11. sets guidelines to prevent the spread of disease?
    • CDC
    • center for disease control
  12. sets standards for lab and lab procedures
    CLIA
  13. sutures
    medical term for stitches
  14. surgery done with freezing temperatures
    cryosurgery
  15. during a surgical scrub, what should the temperature of water be?
    warm
  16. sterilization time requirements for rubber products (gloves, aprons, tubing)
    15/20 minutes
  17. used to create surgical asepsis
    autoclave
  18. destroys microorganism by fire
    incineration
  19. outpatient surgery time
    60 minutes or less
  20. small portable tray used in the medical office
    mayo tray
  21. air above sterile field is considered what?
    Part of the sterile field
  22. enter skin
    invasive
  23. smooth cut
    incision
  24. collagulate small blood vessels
    electrocautry
  25. resistance to disease
    immunity
  26. disease producing microoganism
    pathogen
  27. removal of tissue to test
    biopsy
  28. airborne precautions are designed for what?
    • reduce infection
    • pt known to be infected
    • pt suspected of being infected
  29. smell electrocautery units used to perform minor cautery procedures in teh medical office
    abilitly to destroy disease causing bacteria
  30. germ free
    aseptic
  31. ability to destroy disease causing bacteria
    bactericidal
  32. use of freezing temperatures from a probe to destroy abnormal cells
    cryosurgery
  33. The removal of tissue for purposes of dertemining the presence of cancerous (malignant) cells
    biopsy
  34. disease producing microorganism
    pathogen
  35. resistance to disease
    immunity
  36. surgical cut into tissue
    incision
  37. use of high frequency, alternating electric current to destroy, cut, or remove tissue.
    electrocautery
  38. produce antibodies during the antigen-antibody reaction.
    lymphocytes
  39. carefule scubbing of equipment and imstuments using a brush and detergent with a neutral pH. cleans items but microorganisms and bacteria are not destroyed
    sanitization
  40. hospital acquired infection from one pt or person to another
    nosocomial
  41. what type of hepatitis do physicians recommended that infants and adolescent are vaccinated against
    Hepatitus B
  42. A set of symptoms or disorders which occur together and indicate the presence of a disease.
    Syndrome
  43. enters the skin
    invasive
  44. a microoraganism which thrives best without oxygen is called what?
    Anaerobic
  45. Nerve block, epideral
    Xylocaine
  46. Germs could be killed using carboilc acid
    carbolic
  47. wound in which the edges are torn in an irregular shape
    laceration
  48. wound in which outer layers of skin are rubed away due to scraping
    abrasion
  49. a sterile assistant who passes instruments
    scrub assistant
  50. materials are used to bring together a surgical incision or wound until healing takes place. (thread)
    suture
  51. an instrument used to explore wounds and cavities (curved blunt point)
    probe
  52. what is an I&D?
    incision and drainage relieves build up of purulent (pus) from injection
  53. primary method used to sterilize instuments in the medical office
    autoclave.

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