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hygiene test

sanitation promote and establish conditions favorable to health, specifically public health
pathogen they can last for life and can be in host for a long period of time without symptoms
virus microorganisms that invade cells. they produce more when in a cell
bacteria primitive cells that have no nucleus
how does bacteria infect the body/cell they host cells nutrients and organells in a cell
fungi group of parasitic organisms that have no chlorophyll
how does fungi infect the body/cell lives on tissue or near skin or mucous membranes
protozoa one celled organisms that are larger then bacteria by destroying cells
metazoa pathogenic animals large multicelluar organisms
aseptic kills or disable pathogens on surfaces to prevent transmission
sterilization when all microorganisms are destroyed
METHODS OF SPREADING DISEASE: environmental food, soil on surfaces, water
METHODS OF SPREADING DISEASE: opportunistic skim,mucous membrane
METHODS OF SPREADING DISEASE: person-person air, hand contact, open wound
hepatitis a viral inflammatory process area infection of the liver
HIV virus responsible for aids
herpes viral disease affecting the skin or nervous system
tuberculosis infection caused by a bacteria that usually affects the longs but may invade other body systems
when is it proper to use alcohol based hand rubs instead of hand washing with soap and water when soap and water is not around
always clean area from bottom to top
how should an MT clean their linen use hot water, 1 cup bleach and use the hottest dryer setting
how should an MT store linen in a clean cabinet
why should a MT visit the cdc site for latest updates and warning
clean up solution 10% bleach
the soiled area should be ______ with the solution,then wiped up slowly and carefully surrounded`
if an open wound is exposed use.... hydrogen peroxide
Created by: marlenasokana