Name_______________________________________ Period___________ Date_____________________ Pilgrim 2015/16 Medical Terminology Infection Control Review: 1) Contrast the following terms: A) Antiseptic and Disinfectant: B) Antibiotic and Antiseptic: C) Aseptic and Clean Technique: D) Aseptic and Sterile Technique: 2) List 3 sources of PPE (Personal protective equipment) that can be used as barriers to reduce the risk of infection/disease transmission. 3) List three common antiseptic agents: 4) List three common disinfectants: 5) Describe the difference between symptoms and signs of disease. 6) List the 6 links in the “Chain of Infection” Name_______________________________________ Period___________ Date_____________________ Pilgrim 2015/16 Medical Terminology 7) List 5 different classes of pathogens : 8) Contrast a Vector of disease with a Fomite: 9) Classify the following diseases as communicable (C ) or non- communicable (NC) A) Stroke __________ B) Diabetes _______________ C) Polio _________ E) Mononucleosis ___________ F) Rabies __________ D) Ebola____ G) Athlete’s Foot _________ H) Osteoporosis ___________ 10) A patient is brought in with itchy feet and xeroderma. The patient is a varsity member of his wrestling team and puts in a lot of hours practicing each day. They use communal showers after practice without shower sandals or flip flops. The skin around the heal and in between the toes is red and irritated. Between the 3rd and 4th digits the skin has ruptured and is exuding clear purulent fluid. Samples obtained and cultured from the patient indicate the presence of Tinea pedis. A) B) C) D) E) What class of pathogen was described? Is this an example of a communicable disease? What type of technique should be used to control infection and why? What kind of PPE should be used in this situation, if any? Where can we effectively break the “Chain of Infection” in this case and how?