Glossary of BUMEDINST 6600.10 Dental Infection Control Program Chap.1
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- When there is a reasonable risk for dental personnel, of skin, eyes, mucous membrane, or parenteral contact with blood or other infectious material?
- When protective attire is not used
- An exposure that occurs by contact with contaminated instruments, equipment, laundry, trash, and infectious waste is known as what type of exposure?
- The process of preventing the access of micro-organism is?
- The use of plastic, paper, foil, or other fluid resistant material to cover surfaces and protect them from contamination is?
- Barrier Technique
- The number of micro-organisms contaminating an object is? also known as bioload & microbioload.
- A bacterial endospore test is desing to access whether sterilization has actually occured.
- Biological Monitor also known:
biological spore test
- Pathogenic micro-organisms that are present in human blood and capable of causing disease in humans?
- Bloodborne pathogens
- A diagnostic test of a pre-vacuum sterilizer's ability to remove air from the chamber and prevent air reentrant. This is not a strility assurance test.
- Bowie-Dick Test
- The destruction or inhibition of most viruses & bacteria while in their active growth phase. The process does not necessarily kill all spore nor can it be verified by a monitor.
- Chemical disinfection
- the presence or reasonable expected precense of blood or other potentially infectious material on an item or surface.
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