IAHCSMM Practice Test Ii

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1.  Process that utilizes an agent that kills viruses, mycobacteria, fungi, and vegetative bacteria but not bacterial spores.
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2.  Peripheral Nervous System is the part of the nervous system that includes the brain and spinal cord.
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3.  Mechanical Washers work on the principle of _________.
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4.  A heat transfer method in which heat is absorbed by an item's exterior surface, and passed inward to the next layer.
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5.  The overall covering or lining of a joint is called a synovial membrane.
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6.  Reverse Osmosis process uses a molecular filter to retain salts, remove bacteria and pyrogens.
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7.  Procedures used by healthcare facilities to confirm that the validation undertaken by the equipment manufacturer is applicable to the specific setting.
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8.  This Metal is also known as 300 series stainless steel.
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9.  The temperature in Decontamination Area should be between:
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10.  Equipment used to remove impurities and waste products from the blood before returning it to the patients body is known as Hemodialyzers.
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11.  Turbidity occurs when water contains sediments or solids that, when stirred, make the water appear cloudy.
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12.  Cytoplasm describes all living materials in the cell.
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13.  Tungsten Carbide Blades are know for their Black Handles
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14.  Virus-like infectious agents that cause a variety of neurodegenerative diseases of humans and animals.
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15.  ____________  devices are the most stringently regulated devices and include heart valves, pacemakers and other life-sustaining devices. These devices must obtain a pre-market approval from the FDA.
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16.  The flasking technique can be used to produce sterile distilled water and isotonic solutions in the Central Service Department.
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17.  Christopher Gram developed the stain known as an acid-fast stain.
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18.  When a person is favored because of a quality found to be attractive or valuable is known as___________.
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19.  A band of connective tissue that connects a bone to another bone is called Tendons.
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20.  Fascia is a band or sheet of fibrous connective tissue.
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21.  Compounds that contain a positive electrical charge on the large organic hydrophobic molecule.
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22.  There should be up to 8 air exchanges per hour in Decontamination to ensure all requirements are met.
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23.  A microorganism with a thick wall surrounding it that enables the organism to survive in adverse conditions including high temperatures.
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24.  Root cause analysis is a pro active process used after an unwanted event has occurred to analyze what may have led to the event.
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25.  Atmospheric pressure at sea level is?
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26.  Hemigastrectomy is the removal of the stomach
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27.  In an ABC analysis, _________ represent the greatest number and percentage of items, but the lowest total dollar value.
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28.  Saturated steam should possess a relative humidity level of_________ for effective steam sterilization.
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29.  Principle of Asepsis, "Know what is sterile," is known as which principle.
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30.  Mercury is still being used today as a disinfecting agent in Central Service.
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31.  Catheters are treated with silver nitrate to decrease infections.
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32.  The Safe Medical Devices Act of 1990 requires health care facilities to become subject to user reporting requirements.
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33.  The relative humidity in Decontamination should be____________.
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34.  The__________ represents the number of times per year that inventory is purchased, consumed, and replaced.
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35.  Preventive maintenance is designed to identify potential problems after they occur.
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36.  To test scissors sharpness, scissors 4 1/2" and larger should use_________ test material.
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37.  The length of time a disinfectant can be properly stored after which it must be discarded is known as Use Life.
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38.  The muscles are involuntary or visceral muscles because they contract and function without our conscious control. They control breathing, movement of food and fluid in the digestive system.
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39.  _________ allow us to lower our head as the vertebrae of the neck slide over one another.
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40.  Sterile Packaging and Storage areas temperatures should be between 76 deg F - 83 deg F with less than 75% relative humidity.
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41.  The Spankhowzer classification system categorizes instrument disinfection needs according to its intended use and its risk of transmitting disease.
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42.  Disinfectants are not the same as antiseptics.
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43.  Dry Heat is a relatively slow-acting sterilizing agent, and generally requires higher temperatures than other sterilization methods.
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44.  Protective plastic over-wraps should be atleast_________ mils thick to ensure sterility.
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45.  The process by which some cells can ingest bacteria or other foreign particles.
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46.  The___________ is the largest internal organ in the human body.
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47.  This tissue covers the body's external surface and the linings of body cavities.
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48.  The process used by an ultrasonic cleaner in which low-pressure bubbles in a cleaning solution burst inward, and dislodge soil from instrumentation.
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49.  Steam pressure on the chamber and jacket gauges must be equal during the exposure phase of the cycle: both should be at least__________ for a 270 degree Fahrenheit.
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50.  The lining matter of a cell between the cell membrane and nucleus is referred to as Cell Membrane.
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51.  Fomite is an inanimate object that can transmit bacteria
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52.  Class 3 integrators are a good choice for sterility assurance monitoring because they monitor all the critical parameters of the sterilization cycle.
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53.  A Central Service Tech can use a "Pencil Eraser," to help determine the difference between staining and rusting.
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54.  Surgical Suffix, "ostomy,"  means:
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55.  _________ refers to the removal of any residue of cleaning agents and chemicals remaining after the cleaning process, and is necessary regardless of whether a manual or automated cleaning process is used.
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Quiz Comments (3)
yes they are some of them
some of the spelling of some questions are spelled wrong .also are these questions used in the Certification test or are they worded in a way to confuse the student? please reply; thank you Marie.
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