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Noninfectious For removing blood and body fluid spills use an absorbent material and disinfect the area with an Enviormental Protectionn Agency Approved disinfectant or a solution of household bleach diluted to what ration with clear water?

Bumedinst a Mgmt Of Infectious Waste Flashcards by ProProfs

Waste from patient diagnosis, treatment, or immunization may be subdivided into two categories, what are they? Infectious waste Exposure to infectious waste that could result in disease is more likely to occur in what setting that generate, transport, store, 6820.1, or dispose of potentially infectious materials?

To flip the current card, click it or press the Spacebar key. Pathological Would Sharps, including hypodermic needles, syringes, scalpel blades, suture needles, pasteur pipettes, specimen slides, cover slipes, glass petri plates, and broken glass be considered noninfectious or infectious waste?

Logistic constraints may require doing what to anatomical pathology waste before final disposal? Infectious and noninfectious Would used personal hygiene products such as diapers, facial tissues, and sanitary napkins be considered infectious or noninfectious waste?

You may also click on the card displayed in any of the three boxes to bring that card back to the center. Negligible Infectious waste treatment is achieved through destruction, such as incineration, or through inactivation by heat, checmicals, or radiation without disintegrating the what? For removing blood and body fluid spills use an absorbent material and disinfect the area with an Enviormental Protectionn Agency Approved disinfectant or a solution of household bleach diluted to what ration with clear water?

Which containers shall be lined with plastic bags of sufficient thickness, durability, puncture resistance, and burst strength to prevent rupture or leaks? Bureau of Medicine and Surgery What type of blood and other potentially infectious liquid waste which cannot be safely decanted or which has not been solidified shall be placed into rigid containers that are double-lined with plastic bags for transport and incineration?

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Would used personal hygiene products such as diapers, facial tissues, and sanitary napkins be considered infectious or noninfectious waste? Blood, suctioned fluids, or other potentially infectious liquid waste may be decanted into what type of sinks, unless this practive is prohibited by State or local regulations?

Which wastes, including human tissues and organs, amputated limbs or other body parts, fetuses, placentas, and buedinst tissues from surgery, delivery, or autopsy 62801. are classified as infectious waste?

Embed Code – If you would like this activity on your web page, copy the script below and paste it into your web page. Compacting or grinding What type of evidence shows that infectious waste is no greater threat to the enviornment or public bumeeinst than residential solid waste, medical facilities are perceived to be a source of pollution?

Due to biological instability of most micro-organisms commonly regarded as human pathogens, the potential for bumwdinst enviornmental or public health consequences is what? Empty containers that used to contain blood and other potentially infectious liquid wastes shall be treated as noninfectious waste.

All employees with occupational exposure to infectious waste shall receive training bumeddinst the time of initial assignment to tasks and how often thereafter?

Red Empty containers that used to contain blood and other potentially infectious liquid wastes shall be treated as noninfectious waste. False Commercially available absorbent materials which form a semirigid gel when added to liquids is called what?

Clinical Logistic constraints may require doing what to anatomical pathology waste before final disposal? Annually Any new treatment techniques submitted for approval shall be acceptable to local bumedjnst authorities, shall have scientific evidence of efficacy, and shall have successful use elsewhere bhmedinst a minimum of how many years? Freezing If infectious waste cannot be treated on-site, limit storage without refrigeration to how many days, except in states with stricter requirements?

Occupational Infectious waste shall be bummedinst and rendered noninfectious before doing what? For effective steam sterilization for microbiological infectious waste, the temperature must be maintained at degrees F for at least how many minutes, at 15lbs per square inch of gauge pressure? What is liquid or solid bumedinet containing pathogens in sufficient numbers and or sufficient virultence to cause infectious disease in susceptible hosts exposed in water?

Commercially available absorbent materials which form a semirigid gel when added to liquids is called what? What type of evidence shows that infectious waste is no greater threat to the enviornment or public health than residential solid waste, medical facilities are perceived to be a source of pollution? Infectious waste All employees with occupational exposure to infectious waste bumedinsy receive training at the time of initial assignment to tasks and how often thereafter?

Cells For effective steam sterilization for microbiological infectious waste, the temperature must be maintained at degrees F for at least how many minutes, at 15lbs per square inch of gauge pressure? Any new treatment techniques submitted for approval shall be acceptable to local regulationg authorities, shall have scientific evidence of efficacy, and shall have successful use elsewhere for a minimum of how many years?

What type of blood and other potentially infectious liquid waste which cannot be safely decanted or which has not been solidified shall be placed into rigid containers that are double-lined with plastic bags for transport and incineration? Bulk What is liquid or solid waste containing pathogens in sufficient numbers and or sufficient virultence to cause infectious disease in susceptible hosts exposed in water? Infectious waste treatment is achieved through destruction, such as incineration, or through inactivation by heat, checmicals, or radiation without disintegrating the what?

If infectious waste cannot be treated on-site, limit storage without refrigeration to how many days, except in states with stricter requirements?

Point of origin What considerations may dictate using alternate means of disposal of Anatomical pathology waste such as cremation or burial by a licensed mortician? Chutes or dumbwaiters Waste from patient diagnosis, treatment, or immunization may be subdivided into two categories, what are they? To move the current card to one of the three colored boxes, click on the box.

Whose approval is required before the purchase or lease of an infectious waster treatment system? Infectious Due to biological instability of most micro-organisms commonly regarded as human pathogens, the potential for adverse enviornmental or public health consequences is what? Would Sharps, including hypodermic needles, syringes, scalpel blades, suture needles, pasteur pipettes, specimen slides, cover slipes, glass petri plates, and broken glass be considered noninfectious or infectious waste?

What considerations may dictate using alternate means of disposal of Anatomical pathology waste such as cremation or burial by a licensed mortician? Exposure to infectious waste that could result in disease is more likely to occur in what setting that generate, transport, store, treat, or dispose of potentially infectious materials? Ethical Which wastes, including human tissues and organs, amputated limbs or other body parts, fetuses, placentas, and similar tissues from surgery, delivery, or autopsy procedures are classified as infectious waste?