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Head scratching, redness or small bite marks on the scalp usually indicate the presence of:

pg 50

What type of nonpathogenic bacteria live on dead matter and do not produce disease?

pg 47

Chemical products used to destroy or kill bacteria and some viruses (except bacterial spores) are called:

pg 55

Applying the same infection control procedures on all clients is a practice known as:

pg 51

What is recommended right before immersing a brush into a disinfecting solution?

pg 57

Organisms that live on or obtain their nutrients from other organisms are called:

pg 50

Sanitation practices apply to:

pg 53

Which organization approves the efficacy of products used for infection control?

pg 55

After applying pressure to a bleeding wound on an arm and calling 9-1-1, it is advised that you:

pg 60

One-celled microorganisms are called germs or:

pg 47

What part of a product's label ensures that the product is both safe and effective?

pg 55

Which type of bacteria does NOT produce diseases?

pg 47

Which type of bacteria can be harmful and cause infection and disease?

pg 47

Washing your hands is an example of:

pg 53

What is the second level of infection control?

pg 55

The scientific study of small organisms called microbes is known as:

pg 47

What product is applied to the skin to reduce microbes?

pg 53

Which type of bacteria can be found in dairy products and can have health-enhancing properties?

pg 47

What percentage of all bacteria is nonpathogenic and live on the surface of the skin?

pg 47

What types of disinfectants kill bacteria, viruses, fungi and pseudomonas and are known as hospital-grade or hospital-level disinfectants?

pg 55

The regulating agency that enforces safety and health standards in the workplace is known as:

pg 55

Which of the following is NOT a way bacteria can enter the body?




through muscle tissue


through one's mouth


through one's nose and throat


through a break in the skin

pg 48

The term used to describe efforts to prevent the spread of disease and kill certain or all microbes if:

pg 52

If you suspect someone is choking, what is the first step to take to determine the course of action?

pg 61

Ingredients, associated hazards and storage requirements for a specific product are listed on the product's:

pg 55

What level of infection control is the most effective in destroying all microbes?

pg 58

It is recommended that the cosmetologist wash his or her hands with this before each service:

pg 53

Bacteriology is the scientific study of:

pg 47

Bacteria can be classified into two types- pathogenic and:

pg 47

The body's ability to destroy infectious agents that enter the body is referred to as:

51

The pus-forming cocci group that form into long chains and can cause strep throat or blood poisoning is called:

pg 48

A communicable disease refers to a disease that is easily:

pg 47

Spiraled or corkscrew-shped bacteria that cause highly contagious diseases like syphilis, cholera and lyme disease are called:

pg 48

The process of double-bagging blood-soiled or decontaminated articles is called:

pg 58

What is the first level of infection control?

pg 52

Parasitic fungi are molds and yeasts that produce contagious diseases such as:

pg 50

A communicable disease is one that can:

pg 50

Disease-causing bacteria or viruses that are carried through the blood or body fluids are known as:

pg 50

Two important regulations that OSHA requires from product manufactureres are the MSDS and the:

pg 55

Rod-shaped bacterial cells are known as:

pg 48

The common cold, hepatitis, and measles are examples of:

pg 47

Implements that are nonporous must be:

pg 57

A highly infectious disease that infects the liver is known as:

pg 49

Pus-forming bacterial cells taht form grapelike clusters and are present in abscesses are called:

pg 48

What is the name fo the activity that occurs when cells divide to create new cells?

pg 49

An efficacy label on a disinfectant informs what the product is effective in fighting against.




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pg 52

Some bacteria can survive for a long time in extreme heat or cold.




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pg 49

The practice of universal precautions means that the same infection control practices should be used on all clients.




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pg 51

The most effective level of infection control is sterilization.




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pg 58

The only way you can eb sure that a product will do what you want it to do is to read the label and follow the directions.




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pg 52