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what does OSHA stand for? occupational saftey and health administration
how often should you change your gloves? 10-15 min
what two blood born pathogens are easily transfered? hepatitis b and c
what are the five classification of wounds? 1.adrations 2.avulsions 3.incisions 4.lacerations 5.punctures
what are some signs of infection? pain, swelling, heat, redness, loss of funtion, fever, and puss formation
a forcible seperation or tearing of tissue from the body in which bleeding occurs immeditely avultion
a wound with smooth sides/edges caused by a sharp object, such as glass or metal. incision
a jagged, irregular tear in the soft tissues laceration
a small hole in the tissue produced by an object piercing the skin layers. puncture
outer layers of skin are damaged from being scraped on a hard surface. abrasions
where should you put all the soild material? in a biohazard bag/container
what in the bleach solution made of? one part bleach nine parts water
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