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Row 1, Col 1 Prefix that means against. What is anti-?
1,2 Word part that means small What is micro- ?
1,3 Prefix that means all, entire. What is pan- ?
1,4 Word part that means unknown or peculiar. What is idi/o ?
2,1 Oval or rod shaped bacteria. What are bacillus?
2,2 Round or sphere shaped bacteria. What is coccus?
2,3 Bacteria that grows best in An oxygen-rich environment. What is aerobic ?
2,4 Name of an animal or insect That carries bacteria, virus, Protozoa and spreads this disease. What is rickettsia?
3,1 Disease or condition such as Influenza or strep that originates outside a person. What is exogenous?
3,2 Name of an infection that Occurs when the body defenses Are weak. What is opportunistic infection ?
3,3 An organism that causes Infection or disease. What is pathogen?
3,4 Process that destroys all Organisms including Spores and viruses. What is sterilization?
4,1 process that prevents or inhibits pathogens; used on surfaces and inanimate objects. What is disinfection?
4,2 Class of pathogens that includes amoebas, ciliates and flagellates. What is protozoa?
4,3 Class of medication that is effective against infections caused by bacteria and protozoa What is antibiotics?
4,4 Transfer technique used To place bulky items Such as sterile bowls on A sterile field. What is mitten technique?
5,1 Procedure used to put Sterile gauze or sponges onto a sterile field. What is drop technique?
5,2 What type of class of pathogen lacks chlorophyll and parasitizes other living cells. What is fungus?
5,3 Things that make it more likely for a person to get a disease or condition. What are risk factors?
5,4 Infections patients get in hospitals or long-term care facilities What is nosocomial?
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WELCOME TO : REVIEW TRIVIA. GAME RULES CLASS WILL BE DIVIDED INTO TWO GROUPS. EVERYONE MUST PARTICIPATE TO GET EXTRA CREDIT. MEMBERS OF WINNING TEAM.
Nature of Microorganisms Pathogens are microorganisms that cause disease. Non-pathogens are microorganisms that do not cause disease.
Infection Control Introduction to Health Care Science.
Infection Control. Basic Principals of infection Control How disease is transmitted and the main ways to prevent transmission. Microorganisms are small.
SIMPLE ONE-CELLED ANIMAL
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Infection Control Infection Control UNIT-F UNIT-F.
Infection Control Principles of Disease Transmission.
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Infection Control. Infections and diseases are classified as one of the following : A. Endogenous- means it originates within. a. Includes: metabolic.
It’s safety and I know it!. The Chain of Infection.
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INTRODUCTION TO INFECTION CONTROL. Lessons 1. Microorganisms GoGo 2. Infection GoGo 3. Asepsis GoGo 4. Hand Cleansing GoGo 5. Cleaning Equipment GoGo.
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Pathogenic Organisms. Types of Pathogens There are 5 different types of pathogens. organisms that cause disease Pathogens – organisms that cause disease.
HOW DOES INFECTION OCCUR?. Key Terms 1. Microorganisms = small, living organisms not visible to the naked eye 2. Pathogens = microorganism that cause.
Types of Infection and Chain of Infection. Basic Principals of infection Control How disease is transmitted and the main ways to prevent transmission.
Cycle of Infection HST I. Objectives / Rationale Infection Control is an increasingly important aspect of health care for the client and the health care.
The Cycle of Infection. Infection and Disease Classifications 4 types- 1.Endogenous- it originates w/in 2.Exogenous- it originates outside the body 3.Nosocomial-
Illinois CTE Curriculum Revitalization Initiative Health Science and Technology Transmission and Growth of Microorganisms.
Disease Transmission and Infection Control Medical Foundations.
The Cycle of Infection. Infections & Diseases classified as; Endogenous Exogenous Nosocomial Opportunistic.
Infection Control. Basic Principals of Infection Control How disease is transmitted and the main ways to prevent transmission. Microorganisms are small.
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UNIT 2: MICROBIOLOGY, SAFETY AND INFECTION CONTROL Objectives: Identify the 5 types of microorganisms Identify the five factors that effect microbial growth.
2.02 Transmitting Infection Infection Control. Transmitting Infection Direct contact Indirect contact Airborne Vector-borne 2.02 Understand infection.
The Chain of Infection How does Infection Occur?.
Diseases A disease is a condition that does not allow the body to function normally. Diseases can affect either an individual organ or an entire body system.
BASIC MICROBIOLOGY. Definition Microbiology is the science that studies living organisms that cannot be seen with the naked eye (microorganisms or microbes)
H-DAWGS WILDLIFE REFUGE MICROBIOLOGY As a basic science studies microscopic organisms such as viruses, bacteria, protists, parasites, and fungi.
BACTERIA SIMPLE ONE-CELLED ANIMAL. COCCI ROUND OR SPHERICAL IN SHAPE.
Sterility, Asepsis and Universal Precautions Health Science Technology.
2.02 Understand infection control procedures Classes of Microorganisms 1.
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Medical/Surgical Asepsis Presented by: Cynthia Bartlau, RN, PHN, MSN.
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Bellwork Fomite = inanimate objects that transmit disease The bathroom door knob is a fomite. Pyogenic = pus producing.
Infection Control. Small living organisms invisible to the naked eye Some beneficial…some pathogenic while some helpful Types: bacteria, protozoa,
Methods used to control the spread of infection 2.02 Understand infection control procedures.
18.3 Viral Diseases KEY CONCEPT Some viral diseases can be prevented with vaccines.
Learning Goals: Understand principles of infection control are essential to all healthcare workers Provide a basic knowledge of how disease is transmitted.
Living Things and Viruses
1 Detecting & Responding 2 Unit 3 Biology Area of Study 2.
YOU GAVE ME WHAT? Infection Types and Transmission.
Bell Work 11/9 Do you know what types of medication you take if you have a ear or eye infections? Antibiotics Antivirals Do you know two types of microorganisms.
Infection and Disease Cellular and Non-cellular Pathogens.
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