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1 Cosmo – Chapter 5 – Infection Control (part 1 of 2) $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4 Column 5

2 Column 1: $100 Question According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it is against federal law to use any disinfecting product contrary to its labeling. This means that you must follow the instructions for ____________. a. mixing b. Contact time c. The type of surface the disinfecting product can be used on. d. All of the above. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Column 1: $100 Answer BACK TO GAME According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it is against federal law to use any disinfecting product contrary to its labeling. This means that you must follow the instructions for ____________. a. mixing b. Contact time c. The type of surface the disinfecting product can be used on. d. All of the above.

4 Column 1: $200 Question There are hundreds of different kinds of bacteria, but they are classified into the following two types: a. Saprophytes and parasites b. Decomposing and fertilizing c. Pathogenic and nonpathogenic d. Active and inactive BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Column 1: $200 Answer BACK TO GAME There are hundreds of different kinds of bacteria, but they are classified into the following two types: a. Saprophytes and parasites b. Decomposing and fertilizing c. Pathogenic and nonpathogenic d. Active and inactive

6 Column 1: $300 Question Nonpathogenic bacteria are _______________: a. Completely harmless and do not cause disease b. Harmful only to humans c. Harmful only to animals d. Harmless only to other bacteria BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Column 1: $300 Answer BACK TO GAME Nonpathogenic bacteria are _______________: a. Completely harmless and do not cause disease b. Harmful only to humans c. Harmful only to animals d. Harmless only to other bacteria

8 Column 1: $400 Question Pathogenic bacteria, which are harmful and disease-producing when they invade plant or animal tissue, are known as: a. saprophytes b. parasites c. cocci d. Spore-forming BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Column 1: $400 Answer BACK TO GAME Pathogenic bacteria, which are harmful and disease-producing when they invade plant or animal tissue, are known as: a. saprophytes b. parasites c. cocci d. Spore-forming

10 Column 1: $500 Question Bacteria are one-celled organisms that ______: a. Have plant characteristics b. Have animal characteristics c. Have plant and animal characteristics d. Have neither plant nor animal characteristics BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Column 1: $500 Answer BACK TO GAME Bacteria are one-celled organisms that ______: a. Have plant characteristics b. Have animal characteristics c. Have plant and animal characteristics d. Have neither plant nor animal characteristics

12 Column 2: $100 Question The division of a bacterial cell into two new cells is called: a. Spore growth b. Decomposing c. Mitosis d. Fertilizing BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Column 2: $100 Answer BACK TO GAME The division of a bacterial cell into two new cells is called: a. Spore growth b. Decomposing c. Mitosis d. Fertilizing

14 Column 2: $200 Question The most common human bacteria are known as: a. Staphylococci b. Streptococci c. Bacilli d. Spirilla BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Column 2: $200 Answer BACK TO GAME The most common human bacteria are known as: a. Staphylococci b. Streptococci c. Bacilli d. Spirilla

16 Column 2: $300 Question Submicroscopic structures capable of infecting almost all plants, animals, and bacteria are known as: a. Infections b. Viruses c. Fungus d. Parasites BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Column 2: $300 Answer BACK TO GAME Submicroscopic structures capable of infecting almost all plants, animals, and bacteria are known as: a. Infections b. Viruses c. Fungus d. Parasites

18 Column 2: $400 Question Pus-forming bacteria that grow in bunches or clusters are: a. Staphylococci b. Bacilli c. Streptococci d. Diplococci BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Column 2: $400 Answer BACK TO GAME Pus-forming bacteria that grow in bunches or clusters are: a. Staphylococci b. Bacilli c. Streptococci d. Diplococci

20 Column 2: $500 Question Non-pathogenic bacteria are: a. Harmful b. Harmless c. Germs d. Disease-producing BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Column 2: $500 Answer BACK TO GAME Non-pathogenic bacteria are: a. Harmful b. Harmless c. Germs d. Disease-producing

22 Column 3: $100 Question An infectious agent smaller than bacteria and capable of infesting almost all plants and animals is a/an: a. Infection b. Contagion c. Virus d. Disease BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Column 3: $100 Answer BACK TO GAME An infectious agent smaller than bacteria and capable of infesting almost all plants and animals is a/an: a. Infection b. Contagion c. Virus d. Disease

24 Column 3: $200 Question Pathogenic bacteria produce: a. Health b. Antitoxins c. Disease d. Beneficial effects BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Column 3: $200 Answer BACK TO GAME Pathogenic bacteria produce: a. Health b. Antitoxins c. Disease d. Beneficial effects

26 Column 3: $300 Question An example of a general infection is: a. A boil b. A spherical spore c. A skin lesion d. Syphilis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Column 3: $300 Answer BACK TO GAME An example of a general infection is: a. A boil b. A spherical spore c. A skin lesion d. Syphilis

28 Column 3: $400 Question The ability to fight off or resist infections and disease and to destroy bacteria that have entered the body is known as: a. Community resistance b. Contagious infection c. General infection d. Immunity BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Column 3: $400 Answer BACK TO GAME The ability to fight off or resist infections and disease and to destroy bacteria that have entered the body is known as: a. Community resistance b. Contagious infection c. General infection d. Immunity

30 Column 3: $500 Question The condition that develops after the body has overcome a disease or has been inoculated for the disease is known as: a. Natural immunity b. Acquired immunity c. Human disease resistor d. Acquired immunodeficiency BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Column 3: $500 Answer BACK TO GAME The condition that develops after the body has overcome a disease or has been inoculated for the disease is known as: a. Natural immunity b. Acquired immunity c. Human disease resistor d. Acquired immunodeficiency

32 Column 4: $100 Question A skin disease caused by an infestation of head lice is called ____________. a. Scabies b.Blood poisoning c.Pediculosis d. HIV/AIDS BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Column 4: $100 Answer BACK TO GAME A skin disease caused by an infestation of head lice is called ____________. a. Scabies b.Blood poisoning c.Pediculosis d. HIV/AIDS

34 Column 4: $200 Question The acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is caused by: a. A filterable virus b. The HIV virus c. The HBV virus d. A filterable bacteria BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Column 4: $200 Answer BACK TO GAME The acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is caused by: a. A filterable virus b. The HIV virus c. The HBV virus d. A filterable bacteria

36 Column 4: $300 Question The most common methods of transferring AIDS is by means of: a. Sexual contact with infection person b. Sharing of dirty hypodermic needles c. Transfusions of infected blood d. All of the above BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Column 4: $300 Answer BACK TO GAME The most common methods of transferring AIDS is by means of: a. Sexual contact with infection person b. Sharing of dirty hypodermic needles c. Transfusions of infected blood d. All of the above

38 Column 4: $400 Question Removing pathogens and other substances from tools or surfaces is called: a. Fumigation b. Decontamination c. Extermination d. Promoting growth of bacteria BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Column 4: $400 Answer BACK TO GAME Removing pathogens and other substances from tools or surfaces is called: a. Fumigation b. Decontamination c. Extermination d. Promoting growth of bacteria

40 Column 4: $500 Question Completely destroying all living organisms on a surface including bacterial spores is called: a. Sanitation b. Laundering c. Sterilization d. Removing bacteria BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Column 4: $500 Answer BACK TO GAME Completely destroying all living organisms on a surface including bacterial spores is called: a. Sanitation b. Laundering c. Sterilization d. Removing bacteria

42 Column 5: $100 Question Pathogenic bacteria, viruses, or fungi can enter the body through all of the following except: a. Wearing make-up b. Broken skin c. The mouth and nose d. Unprotected sex BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Column 5: $100 Answer BACK TO GAME Pathogenic bacteria, viruses, or fungi can enter the body through all of the following except: a. Wearing make-up b. Broken skin c. The mouth and nose d. Unprotected sex

44 Column 5: $200 Question What are the three main levels of decontamination? a. Sterilization, disinfection, sanitation b. Sterilization, disinfection, fumigation c. Disinfection, sanitation, laundering d. Disinfection, sterilization, ultrasonic cleansing BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Column 5: $200 Answer BACK TO GAME What are the three main levels of decontamination? a. Sterilization, disinfection, sanitation b. Sterilization, disinfection, fumigation c. Disinfection, sanitation, laundering d. Disinfection, sterilization, ultrasonic cleansing

46 Column 5: $300 Question ___________ is a higher level of decontamination which is second only to sterilization. a. Sanitation b. Fumigation c. Disinfection d. Extermination BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Column 5: $300 Answer BACK TO GAME ___________ is a higher level of decontamination which is second only to sterilization. a. Sanitation b. Fumigation c. Disinfection d. Extermination

48 Column 5: $400 Question Substances used to kill microbes on contaminated tools and other nonliving surfaces are: a. Disinfectants b. Antiseptics c. Styptics d. Virucides BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Column 5: $400 Answer BACK TO GAME Substances used to kill microbes on contaminated tools and other nonliving surfaces are: a. Disinfectants b. Antiseptics c. Styptics d. Virucides

50 Column 5: $500 Question To significantly reduce the number of pathogens found on a surface is to: a. Disinfect b. Sanitize c. Launder d. Sterilize BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Column 5: $500 Answer BACK TO GAME To significantly reduce the number of pathogens found on a surface is to: a. Disinfect b. Sanitize c. Launder d. Sterilize


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