Milady's Chapter 5 Infection Control

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Milady's Standard Cosmetology Test for Chapter 5, Infection Control.

  
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1.  The one-celled microorganisms also known as germs or microbes are:
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2.  Parasites are types of:
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3.  Bacteria that cause disease are called:
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4.  Disease in plant or animal tissue is caused by:
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5.  Technical term for bacteria that live on dead matter is:
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6.  The spirilla bacteria Trepnema pallida causes:
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7.  The type of bacteria called cocci have a:
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8.  The type of bacteria that has a rod shape is called:
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9.  Pus-forming bacteria that cause strep throat and blood poisoning are:
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10.  The bacteria with a corkscrew or spiral shape are:
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11.  In California in 2000, a normally harmless bacteria that cause infections in over 100 pedicure clients was:
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12.  Cocci rarely:
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13.  Certain bacteria move about with the help of hair like extensions called:
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14.  Mitosis is the process by which bacteria:
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15.  Certain bacteria, during their inactive stage, form outer coverings called:
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16.  A disease that is transmitted from one person to another by contact is said to be:
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17.  A typical example of a general infection is:
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18.  A sign of bacterial infection is:
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19.  Diseases caused by viruses include:
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20.  Penetrating cells and becoming part of them is characteristic of:
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21.  Hepatitis is caused by a bloodborne virus and involves inflammation of the:
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22.  The disease that breaks down the body's immune system is known as:
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23.  Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is caused by:
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24.  The HIV virus is not transmitted:
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25.  One way in which bacteria and viruses can enter the body is through:
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26.  Fungi, or vegetable parasites, cause contagious diseases such as:
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27.  Clients showing signs of a contagious disease or condition should be:
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28.  Immunity is the ability of the body to resist:
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29.  Surfaces such as tables, walls, doorknobs, or your hands, no matter how clean they look, are very likely:
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30.  There are three main levels of decontamination:
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31.  Only one level of decontamination, sterilization, is capable of killing:
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32.  Surgeons and dentists are required to practice ___________with their tools.
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33.  Disinfection may be used on:
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34.  Disinfectants are too strong to use on:
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35.  Each individual state and the _______must approve all disinfectants.
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36.  A Material Safety Data Sheet on every product used in the cosmetology school is required by:
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37.  An MSDS contains important information about a product, including:
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38.  The government agency that regulates and enforces safety and health standards in the workplace is:
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39.  In order to be considered "Formulated for Hospitals and Health Care Facilities," a disinfectant must be pseudomonacidal, bactericidal, fungicidal, and:
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40.  An EPA-registered tuberculocidal disinfectant or one that kills the HVB and HIV virus is required by OSHA for implements that come into contact with:
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41.  Any item used to perform a salon service on a client must be disinfected or:
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42.  Implements must be thoroughly cleaned before they are:
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43.  To be effective in the salon, ultrasonic bath cleaners must be used with:
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44.  An immersion time of 10 to 15 minutes is sufficient when disinfecting with:
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45.  Phenols in 5 percent solution are safe and extremely effective disinfectants used mostly for:
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46.  Alcohol and bleach are:
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47.  For disinfection of implements, states requiring hospital disinfection do not allow the use of:
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48.  Sodium hypochlorite is more commonly known as:
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49.  A product that was used in the past as a disinfectant but is no longer considered safe for salon use is:
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50.  Tongs, gloved hands, or a draining basket should be used to remove implements from:
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51.  Proper disinfection procedure includes changing the solution in a wet sanitizer:
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52.  The most important rule to remember when mixing disinfectants is to always:
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53.  Once implements have been disinfected, they should be stored in a/an:
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54.  The only device among the following that can be used to disinfect implements is the:
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55.  After each use, linens and capes or drapes that come in contact with a client's skin should be laundered with:
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56.  Some implements have parts that cannot be immersed in liquid but must still be disinfected, such as:
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57.  An EPA-registered disinfectant with bactericidal, fungicidal, virucidal (and in some states tuberculocidal) efficacy should be used to disinfect foot spas:
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58.  Foot spas should be filled with a 5 percent bleach solution that should be left to sit overnight:
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59.  Cotton balls or wipes used in cleaning up a blood spill should be:
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60.  Sanitation or sanitization is the:
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61.  Washing a brush with detergent is an example of:
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62.  Bar soaps should be avoided in the salon because they:
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63.  In the salon, hands should be thoroughly washed before and after each service with:
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64.  Products used in the salon that are considered sanitizers are:
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65.  The guidelines and controls for infection control published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are called:
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