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name 4 general routes of transmission
direct contact, indirect transmission, spatter of body fluids, aerosolization
name 4 agencies that develop Infection Control protocols
ADA, CDC, OSHA, OSAP
T/F: OUCOD uses universal precautions
F. As of 2003, it's Standard Precautions
Etiology of tuberculosis
Mycobacterium tuberculosis
T/F: tuberculin Skin Test (TST) result depends on color and/or bleeding of skin.
F. Depends on diameter and induration (hardness)
T/F: TB infection is NOT equal to active disease
T
What is varicella zoster in children? adults?
Chicken pox. Shingles
name 2 areas where jaundice can be seen
eyes, ventral surface of tongue
Why is Hep C the most problematic?
85% develop chronic infection and there is NO vaccine or post-exposure globulin
Best range of HIV viral load
< 800
name 2 common oral findings in AIDS patients
Kaposi Sarcome and HPV
Parenteral Exposure Risk: HIV
0.3%
Parenteral Exposure Risk: HCV
3.0%
Parenteral Exposure Risk: HBV
30%