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Clinical Technique Packet#1

Growth requirements for microorganisms proper nutrition, oxygen, temperature, darkness, moisture, and pH
OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard exposure control plan, safer medical devices, labeling requirements, communication of hazards to employees, record keeping
Medical waste is generated in the medical office through the diagnosis, treatment, and immunization of patients. Any liquid or semi-liquid blood or OPIM, Contaminated items that would release blood or OPIM, Items that are caked w/dried blood or OPIM, Contaminated sharps, Pathological & microbiological wastes that contain blood or OPIM.
Biggest threats to health care workers from occupational exposure are: Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV
Stages of Aids Stage I, Acute HIV infection; Stage II, Asymptomatic Period; Stage III, Symptomatic Period; Stage IV, presence of opportunistic infections and unusual cancers
OSHA - Occupational Safety & Health Administration Est. by Fed. Gov. to assist employers in providing safe & healthy working environment
Removal of transient flora Handwashing, Antiseptic Handwashing, Alcohol-based hand rubs
Protective mechanisms of the body skin, mucous membranes, mucus and cilia, coughing and sneezing, tears and sweat, urine and vaginal secretions, stomach secretes hydrochloric acid
Transmission of AIDS sexual contact/drug injection needles
Created by: pmylin