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Chapter 12 review 1

blueprint exam one 1400

QuestionAnswer
Maslow hierarchy of human needs physiological, safety and security, love and belongingness, esteem, self actualization
wellness illness continuum range of a person's total health
holistic promotion a system of comprehensive or total patient care that considers the physiological, emotional, social economics, and spiritual needs of the person.
health promotion the cure to prevention of an illness.
chain of infection Infection Agent, Reservoir, Exit Route, Method of Transmission, Entrance,Host.
Pathogens Mode of Transmission Vector, Fomite
Types of Pathogens Bacteria, Virus, Fungi, Protozoa
Spore Forming Bacteria bacillus Anthrax
Noscomial Infection in infection inquiry into hospital or any other healthcare facility for at least 48 to 72 hours after admission
what makes a person more susceptible To Infection. Age, Stress,Nutritional Status, Hereditary, weak immune system.
routes of entry For infections Broken Skin,Mouth, Wound Dressing.
Stages of Infection Process Incubation, prodromal stage, Illness Stage, convalescence
what is the function of the CDC to provide facilities and services for investigation prevention and control of disease
Standard Precautions, Transmission Base Precautions-different Standard-you standard precaution for all the care of all patients Transmissions-in addition to standard airborne droplets and tb isolation and contact precautions.
how is mrsa transmitted person-to-person by direct contact inhaling of droplet nuclei in direct contact with articles contaminated with the pathogen
Endogenous microorganism growing within the patient's own body
Exogenous microorganism growing outside of the patient's body are of another person
Microorganisms any tiny unusual microscopic entity capable of carrying on living processes
Infection Prevention and Control implementation of policies and procedures in hospitals and other healthcare facility to minimize the spread of healthcare associated are community acquired infection to patients and other staff members
asepsis absent of pathogenic organisms
medical a sepsis consist of techniques that inhibit the growth and spread of pathogenic microorganisms/clean technique
surgical a sepsis destroy all microorganisms and their spores
Disinfection the use of a chemical that can be applied to object to destroy microorganisms
Antiseptic a substance that tend to inhibit the growth and reproduction of microorganisms
Spore a round body it that is formed by the bacterium when conditions are unfavorable growth of the bacteria
Reservoir any natural inhabitant of microorganisms that promotes growth and reproduction.
Carrier or vector a person or animal who does not become ill but harbors and spread organism causing disease to others
Vehicle the means by which microorganisms are carried about and transported to the next host
Contamination a condition of being soiled stained touch by otherwise exposed to harmful agents
Vector The Vehicle Is a Living Character
Fomite Nonliving Object
Host and organism in which another usually parasitic organisms is nourished and harbored.
Healthcare associated infection in action manifests at least 48 hours after hospitalization or contact with another health agency
Virulent of or precondition
Exogenous Growing outside the Body
Endogenous Growing within the Body
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