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Cosmetology - Infection Control: Principales And Practice

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Cosmetology - Infection Control: Principales and Practice
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1.  One-celled microorganisms with both plant and animal characteristics are known as:
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2.  A type of pathogenic bacteria is the:
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3.  Harmful bacteria are referred to as:
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4.  Pathogenic bacteria produce:
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5.  A type of bacteria that lives on dead matter is:
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6.  Syphilis and Lyme disease are caused by:
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7.  Cocci are bacteria with a:
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8.  Bacilli are bacteria with a:
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9.  Bacteria that are arranged like a string of beads and cause strep throat and blood poisoning are:
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10.  Spirilla are bacteria with a
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11.  The bacteria that caused conern in 2000 in the pedicure industry was:
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12.  The bacteria that rarely show active motility, or self-movement, are the:
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13.  The slender, hair like extensions with which certain bacteria move about are called:
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14.  Bacteria cells reproduce by simply dividing into two new cells in a process called:
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15.  During the inactive stage, certain bacteria, such as the anthrax and tetanus bacilli, form:
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16.  A communicable disease is:
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17.  A generall infection, such as _ affects the whoe body.
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18.  Pus is a sign of:
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19.  Viruses cause:
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20.  One difference between viruses and bacteria is that bacteria:
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21.  Hepatitis is a disease marked by inflammation of the:
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22.  Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) breaks down the body's:
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23.  AIDS is caused by:
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24.  The HIV virus can be transmitted by:
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25.  Bacteria and viruses can enter the body through:
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26.  Molds, mildews, and yeasts are all:
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27.  In a cosmetology school or a salon, clients with contagious diseases and conditions should be:
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28.  Resistance to infection is known as:
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29.  Surfaces of tools or other objects that are not free from dirt, oils, and microbes are:
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30.  Removing pathogens and other substances from tools or surfaces is called:
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31.  Sterilization is the only level of decontamination that kills:
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32.  Sterilization is used by:
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33.  Surfaces that may be disinfected are:
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34.  Disinfectants should never be used on human skin, hair, or nails because:
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35.  All disinfectants must be approved by each individual state and the:
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36.  Every product used in the cometology school or salone should have a/an:
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37.  Important information found on an MSDS includes:
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38.  OSHA was created to regulate and enforce:
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39.  A disinfectant that is "Formulated for Hospitals and Health Care Facilities" must be pseudomonacidal, bactericidal, fungicidal, and:
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40.  A salon implement that comes into contact with blood or body fluids should be cleaned and completely immersed in a EPA-registered tuberculocidal disinfectant or one that kills the:
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41.  Any item that is used on a client must be disinfected or:
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42.  Before soaking in a disinfectant, implements must be thoroughly:
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43.  Ultrasonic bath cleaners are an effective way to clean tiny crevices in implements only when used with:
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44.  Most quaternary ammonium compounds disinfect implements in:
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45.  Phenolic disinfectants in 5 percent solution are used mostly for:
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46.  Two fisinfectants used in the salon in the past, but since replaced by more advanced and effective technologies, are:
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47.  States requiring hospital disinfection do not allow the use of _ for disinfection of implements.
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48.  The technical name for bleach is:
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49.  A product that is not considered safe for salon use because it causes a number of health problems is:
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50.  Implements can be removed from disinfectants with any of these except:
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51.  The solution used in a wet sanitizer should be changed:
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52.  When mixing disinfecctans, always:
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53.  Properly disinfected implements shold be stored in a/an:
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54.  Ultraviolet (UV) sanitizers are useful for:
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55.  Linens and capes or drapes should be used once and then laundered with:
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56.  Those parts of tools such as hair clippers that cannot be immersed in liquid:
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57.  Foot spas should be disinfected with an EPA-registered disinfectant with bactericidal, fungicidal, virucidal (and in some states tuberculocidal) eficacy:
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58.  Every two weeks, foots spas should be filled with _ that should be left to sit overnight.
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59.  When disposing of contamined wipes or cotton balls from a blood spill, they should be:
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60.  The third, or lowest level of decontamination is:
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61.  Washing your hands is an example of:
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62.  Rather than using bar soaps, which can grow bacteria, you should provide:
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63.  In the salon, it is generally considered sufficient to wash the hands with:
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64.  The products known as antiseptics:
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65.  The guidelines and controls that require employer and employee to assume that all human blood and specified body fluids are infectious for HIV, HBV, and other bloodborne pathogens is called:
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