Glossary of Cosmo Article Flashcards
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- How many points is the practical exam worth?
- 300 points
- How many points must an applicant have in order to have passed the practical exam?
- At least 225
- Regulation 978 is regarding:
- Minimum Equipment and Supplies
- Regulation 979 is regarding:
- Disinfecting Non-Electrical Instruments and Equipment
- Article 980 is regarding:
- Disinfecting Electrical Instruments
- Article 980.1 is regarding:
- Cleaning and Disinfecting Whirlpool Footspas
- Article 981 is regarding:
- Instruments and Supplies
- Article 982 is regarding:
- Sterilizing Electrolysis Instruments
- Article 983 is regarding:
- Personal Cleanliness
- Article 984 is regarding:
- Disease and Infestation
- Article 985 is regarding:
- Neck Strips
- Article 986 is regarding:
- Neck Dusters and Brushes
- Article 987 is regarding:
- Article 988 is regarding:
- Liquids, Creams, Powders and Cosmetics
- Article 989 is regarding:
- Prohibited Hazardous Substances/Use of Products
- Article 990 is regarding:
- Headrests and Treatment Tables
- Article 991 is regarding:
- Invasive Procedures
- Article 992 is regarding:
- Skin Peeling
- Article 993 is regarding:
- Prohibited Instruments
- Article 994 is regarding:
- Cleanliness and Repair
- Article 995 is regarding:
- Building Standards
- The minimum equipment and supplies that an establishment must have includes:
(1) At least one covered waste receptacle for the disposal of hair.
(2) Closed receptacles to hold all soiled towels, gowns and sheets in public areas.
- Before use upon a patron, all non-electrical instruments shall be disinfected in the following manner:
(1) Clean with soap or detergent and water.
(2) Then totally immerse in an uncovered OSHA-registered disinfectant with demonstrated bac
- The disinfectant solutions must be changed:
- At least once a week or whenever visibly cloudy or dirty.
- All disinfected electrical equipment, excluding curling irons and hot combs, must be stored in :
- A clean, covered place.
- Every other week, a whirlpool spa must be cleaned and disinfected with a solution of 1 gallon of water and a teaspoon of ___% bleach?
- A record of the date and time of the biweekly disinfection of the whirlpool spas is optional.
True or False?
- No person working or training in an establishment or school shall be permitted to carry any instrument or supplies in or on a garment or uniform.
True or False?
- Every cosmetologist performing services must wash their hands with soap and water immediately before or after serving each customer?
- Streptococcal pharyngitis is commonly known as:
- Strep throat.
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had strep throat?
- 24 hours after initializing treatment, or 24 hours after the resolution of the fever.
- Purulent conjunctivitis is also known as:
- Pink eye.
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had purulent conjunctivitis?
- Until examined by a physician and approved for return to work.
- Pertussis is also known as:
- Whooping cough
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had pertussis?
- Until five days of antibiotic therapy has been completed.
- Varicella is also known as:
- Chicken pox.
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had varicella?
- Until the sixth day after onset of rash or sooner if all lesions have dried and crusted.
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had the mumps?
- Until nine days after onset of parotid gland swelling.
- Pediculosis is also known as:
- Head lice.
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had pediculosis?
- Until the morning after first treatment
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had tuberculosis?
- Until a physician or local health department authority states that the individual is noninfectious.
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had impetigo?
- Until 24 hours after treatment has begun
- How long must a cosmetologist wait in order to return to work after they have had scabies?
- Until after treatment has been completed
- Impetigo is also known as:
- A bacterial skin infection.
- Scabies are also known as:
- What temperature must soiled towels be washed at?
- 140 degrees Farenheit.
- How long must towels be washed for?
- At least 15 minutes.
- Shampoo trays and bowls must be cleansed with soap and water or other detergent after each shampoo, kept in good repair and in a sanitary condition at all times.
True or False?
- The headrest of chairs may be optionally covered with a clean towel or paper sheet for each patron.
True or False?
- All operators' licenses shall be conspicuously or inconspicuously posted at their primary work stations?
- Proper ventilation requires that fumes and vapors be vented to:
- Carcinogens are substances that can cause:
A. Skin irritation
B. Flash fires
- C. Cancer
- Lightheadedness, runny nose, tingling toes might be symptoms of chemical:
- C. Exposure
- All these chemicals are known as possible carcinogens with long term use, EXCEPT:
B. Aniline Derivatives
C. Sodium Hydroxide
D. Emptying waste containers
- C. Sodium Hydroxide
- A health effect that appears immediately or soon after your exposure to a chemical is:
A. A chronic effect
B. An acute effect
C. Temporary effect
D. Continuos effect
- B. An acute effect
- A general term to describe many forms of dermatitis is:
A. Skin rash
B. Contact dermatitis
- A. Skin rash
- Chemicals that cause allergies are called:
- C. Allergens
- Certain chemicals found in cosmetics may cause dermatitis:
- B. Venenata
- Because bacteria are so small, you would need ___ of them to cover the head of a pin.
C. 5 million
- B. 1,500
- Bacteria are classified into two of the following types:
A. Saprophites and parasites
B. Decomposing and fertilizing
C. Pathogenic and nonpathogenic
D. Active and inactive
- C. Pathogenic and nonpathogenic
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