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as desired ad lib
being free of disease causing organisms asepsis
a kind of microorganism bacteria
complains of c/o
a disease that is easily spread form one person to another communicable
continuous or contnue cont
when an object or area becomes unclean contaminatino
process of destroying MOST disease causing organisms disinfection
water H2O
hepatitis B virus HBV
human immune defeciency virus; the virus that causes AIDS HIV
a conditino in body where germs or pathogens have multiplied and destroyed cells infection
procedure for caring for residents with communicable diseases so that the disease is not spread to tohers isolation
labratory lab
smallest organism; can't be seem witht he naked eye microorganism
a living thing organism
Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA
microbes that are normal to one part of the body but become pathogenic in another part of the body opportunistic microbes
a disease causing microorganism or germ pathogen
when necessary or needed prn
process for destroying ALL microorganisms sterilization
Created by: Patterson5