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2 Hosted By Miss Textor

3 Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice

4 Row 1, Col 1 Prefix that means against. What is anti-?

5 1,2 Word part that means small What is micro- ?

6 1,3 Prefix that means all, entire. What is pan- ?

7 1,4 Word part that means unknown or peculiar. What is idi/o ?

8 2,1 Oval or rod shaped bacteria. What are bacillus?

9 2,2 Round or sphere shaped bacteria. What is coccus?

10 2,3 Bacteria that grows best in An oxygen-rich environment. What is aerobic ?

11 2,4 Name of an animal or insect That carries bacteria, virus, Protozoa and spreads this disease. What is rickettsia?

12 3,1 Disease or condition such as Influenza or strep that originates outside a person. What is exogenous?

13 3,2 Name of an infection that Occurs when the body defenses Are weak. What is opportunistic infection ?

14 3,3 An organism that causes Infection or disease. What is pathogen?

15 3,4 Process that destroys all Organisms including Spores and viruses. What is sterilization?

16 4,1 process that prevents or inhibits pathogens; used on surfaces and inanimate objects. What is disinfection?

17 4,2 Class of pathogens that includes amoebas, ciliates and flagellates. What is protozoa?

18 4,3 Class of medication that is effective against infections caused by bacteria and protozoa What is antibiotics?

19 4,4 Transfer technique used To place bulky items Such as sterile bowls on A sterile field. What is mitten technique?

20 5,1 Procedure used to put Sterile gauze or sponges onto a sterile field. What is drop technique?

21 5,2 What type of class of pathogen lacks chlorophyll and parasitizes other living cells. What is fungus?

22 5,3 Things that make it more likely for a person to get a disease or condition. What are risk factors?

23 5,4 Infections patients get in hospitals or long-term care facilities What is nosocomial?


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