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wordsmeaning of the word
microorganisms very small cell
pathogen disease in body
generalized affecting whole body
localized affects one area of the body
germ theory states bacteria, are the cause of specific disease in both humans and animals
communicable disease disease that can transmit to one person to another
normal flora [ not harmful ] even Necessary microorganisms that commonly live in a particular environment of the body
immune system defense used by the body to fight infection and disease by producing antibiotics
defense mechanisms present in the body to resist infections
cilia little hairs that help move things along
hydrochloric acid acid in your stomach
mucous membranes are in your eyes
nosocomial infection refers to an infection that occurs while a patient is receiving health care
CDC [ center disease control and prevention ] safety guidelines to help prevent and control the spread of infections diseases
standard precautions practices were going to use when we are involved with anyone's bodily fluids
OSHA [ occupational safety and health administration ] establish minimum health and safety standards for the work place and to enforce those standards
medical asepsis clean technique decreases microorganisms
surgical asepsis sterile technique completely kills every microorganisms
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