Ziehl-Neelsen Classification System
Medical Device Classification System
Spaulding Classification System
High-level Disinfection Classification System
Used to cut or shave bone.
A hemostatic forceps.
None of the above.
All items should be completely assembled, tested and sterile.
Trays should be returned immediately after point-of-use cleaning.
All items should be cleaned and decontaminated.
Trays should be terminally sterilized before returning them to the vendor.
Obtain the proper packaging container for the pack.
Decide on the order of instrument placement.
Create a pack that meets user needs.
Create a pack that makes the physician happy.
Light-emitting diode optics
Light-emitting diode bulbs
Damaged light fibers
Multi-level trays should be separated
Trays with lids should be opened
Instruments should be disassembled and opened
All items should be washed on the same cycle
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Most likely to occur during a surgical procedure.
Caused by drug resistant organisms.
Those without known cures.
Those which occur in the course of being treated in a healthcare facility.
In the decontamination area prior to cleaning.
In the clean assembly area prior to set assembly.
At the factory or onsite repair unit
In the operating room at the end of the procedure
Describe each instrument in detail.
Are used only for Operating Room trays and large procedure packs.
Provide a detailed list of tray contents.
All the above.
55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit
58 to 62 degrees Fahrenheit
60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit
65 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit
A plastic dowel rod.
Rubber testing material.
An index card
Water containing approved sterilant
A heated glutaraldehyde
Is a suffix.