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Disinfecting techniq

POS 207 Disinfection

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antiseptic substance for killing microorganims on the skin
bioburden blood, saliva, and other body fluids
disinfectant chemical used to reduce or lower the numbers of microorganisms on inanimate objects
housekeeping surfaces surface that is not contaminated during dental treatment
reuse life time period that a disinfectant should remain effective during use and reuse
shelf life how long a product may be stored before it is used
sterilization process that kills all microorganisms
surface barrier fluid resistant material used to cover surfaces likely to become contaminated
touch surface surface directly touched and contaminated during procedures
transfer surface surface not directly touched but often contacted by contaminated instruments
Created by: mdeose1