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review Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. ____ means microbes and infection are absent. ____ 2. The number of microbes or organic debris that exist at a given time is referred to as ____. ____ 3. The contamination of a person or object by another person or object is called ____. ____ 4. Methods used to prevent contamination of the sterile field are referred to as ____. ____ 5. Which term is used to describe “the multiplication of organisms in tissue”? ____ 6. Escherichia coli normally resides in the lumen of the ____. ____ 7. Bacilli are typically found to be in the shape of ____. ____ 8. Bacteria that require oxygen to sustain life are called ____. ____ 9. Which pathogen leads in the percentage of surgical site infections? ____ 10. What dormant structure can some bacteria form to survive adverse environmental conditions? ____ 11. A nonliving particle that is completely reliant on the host cell for survival is called a ____. ____ 12. The primary source of airborne bacteria transmission in the operating room is the ____. ____ 13. A bloodborne pathogen that puts health care workers at particular risk is ____. ____ 14. A surgical procedure involving perforated viscera is classified as a ____. ____ 15. Most surgical infections occur because of ____. ____ 16. Infection contracted within the health care setting is known as ____. ____ 17. When wearing a sterile gown and gloves, why should you NOT fold the arms with the hands in the axilla? ____ 18. Sterile items and individuals may ____. ____ 19. Members of the sterile surgical team should pass each other within the sterile field by facing one another or ____. ____ 20. Nonsterile items and individuals may ____. ____ 21. Fluid bottles may be recapped and reused under what conditions? ____ 22. The basis for the practice of strict adherence to sterile technique is called ____. ____ 23. The physical removal of blood and body fluids or gross debris from an inanimate object is called ____.
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____ 24. The process that ensures that all microorganisms, including spores, are killed is called ____. ____ 25. Filtered air from the decontamination room is exhausted to the ____. ____ 26. Detergent selection is primarily based on the ____. ____ 27. Instruments with multiple parts should be ____ prior to cleaning. ____ 28. When stainless steel instruments are manually cleaned, a(n) ____ should be used to avoid scratching the surface of the instrument. ____ 29. What is a limitation of using water as a presoaking solution? ____ 30. Why should saline NOT be used to clean stainless steel surgical instruments? ____ 31. A catalyst used to aid in the breakdown of organic material such as blood and tissue is a(n) ____. ____ 32.
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course HUM 120 taught by Professor Lisa during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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