| What is the first step in the decon process?
||Cleaning with detergent. |
| According to OSHA, what means are used to inactivate blood borne pathogens?
| The removal of contamination from an item to the extent necessary for further processing or for intended use is defined as:
| Micro organisms on contaminated items are generally referred to as:
|Why is there an even distribution of large instruments? ||To avoid extra condensation and difficulty drying.|
|Which describes the overall role of the CS/SPD? ||To provide dependable services to enhance patient care.|
|Which government agency regulates environmental disinfectants?ncy ||EPA-Environmental Protection Agency
Medical grade kraft paper is NOT used in which type of sterilization?
||Low temp gas plasma (Sterrad)|
| During cycle counts, items that have a high dollar value but not frequently used are which classification ?
| Anatomy is the science that deals with___of body parts?
| What transports molecules within the cell?
|A micro-organism that is resting and has a hard., shell-like outer covering is called ||Spore|
| What instrument set would be considered high risk for stop special prion processing?
|Micro-organisms are measured in? ||Microns|
| What testing method is used to sterilize under actual conditions?
||Small load testing|
| What is resistant to heat and chemicals?
| What are fomites?
||Inanimate objects that can act as intermediates in infectious disease transmission.|
| Spongiform encephalopathy is caused by?
|How is cholera transmitted? ||Contaminated water or food|
|How much alcohol is in waterless hand antiseptics? ||60% to 95% alcohol to be effective|
| The minimum time needed for effective hand washing is
|What type of solution is bacteriostatic and is used on surfaces and floors? ||Quaternary ammonium compounds|
|What is the ceiling threshold limit value for glutaraldehyde? ||0.05cm|
|What series of stainless steel is used to manufacturer osteotomes? ||400 series|
|How does tungsten carbide insert on a needle holder help? ||
It helps hold smaller needles |
|What is an example of a flexible endoscope? ||Bronchoscope|
| Where is clostridium botulinum harbored?
|What major non-living reservoirs of infectious diseases? ||Soil and water|