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IAHCSMM Ch 4 Review Quiz

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IAHCSMM ch 4 review quiz
Infection Control

  
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1.  Approximately 2 percent of hospitalized patients in U.S. hospitals develop a nosocomical infection each year.
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2.  After hands are washed, they should be
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3.  Which of the following is an ideal method to clean or scrub a floor?
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4.  "Asepsis" includes any activities or procedures that prevent infection or break the chain of infection.
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5.  The way an infectious agent leaves the reservoir is called
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6.  Hand hygiene is a relatively unimportant procedure to prevent and control the spread of microorganisms.
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7.  The genitourinary tract is a portal of entry.
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8.  Medical asepsis is sterile technique.
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9.  The first link in the chain of infection is the mode of transmission of the agent.
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10.  Cross-contamination that occurs as a result of using contaminated patient care equipment is what kind of mode of transmission?
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11.  Measures used to alter host susceptibility to infectious disease include:
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12.  A person's age and sex can affect his/her susceptibility to a disease.
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13.  "Know what is dirty" is a principle of asepsis.
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14.  The method of transfer of an infectious agent from the reservoir to a susceptible host is called the mode of transmission.
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15.  The "Germ Theory of Disease" was developed by Florence Nightengale.
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