1. An "blank" is a persistent infection
    in which the symptoms come and go.
    Latent infection
  2. An "blank" has symptoms that are quite
    severe and of short duration.
    Acute infection
  3. An infection of long duration is called a
    Chronic infection
  4. The "blank" is designed to protect employees
    against occupational exposure to blood-borne pathogens.
    OSHA Blood-borne Pathogens Standard
  5. "blank" is touching or contact with a
    patients blood our saliva.
    Direct contact
  6. "blank" is touching or contact with a
    contaminated surface or instrument.
    Indirect contact
  7. A "blank" exposure enters the mucosal surfaces
    of the eyes, nose, our mouth.
    Droplet infection
  8. A"blank" exposure enters through the skin, such
    a through needle sticks, cuts, and human bites.
  9. A "blank" exposure contacts mucous
    membranes, such as the eye or the mouth.
  10. "blank" is any reasonably anticipated skin,
    eye, or mucous membrane contact, or percutaneous injury with blood or any other
    potentially infectious materials, that occurs during work hours.
    Occupational exposure
  11. "blank" is a standard of care that is designed
    to protect healthcare providers from pathogens that can be spread by blood or
    any other body fluid, excretion, or secretion.
    Standard Precautions
  12. Items such as protective clothing, masks, gloves, and
    eyewear to protect employees are considered
    Personal protective equipment PPE
  13. "blank" is waste that presents a danger to
    humans or to the environment.
    Hazardous waste
  14. "blank" is waste that is capable of
    transmitting an infectious disease.
    Infectious waste
  15. Contaminated needles, scalpel blades,
    orthodontic wires, and endodontic instruments are considered
  16. "blank" are contaminated items that may contain
    the body fluids of patients, such as gloves and patient napkins.
    Contaminated waste
  17. The most severe form of immediate allergic reaction is
  18. Infections that can be spread from another person or
    through contact with body fluids are called
    Communicable diseases
  19. "blank" is immunity that is present at birth.
    Inherited immunity
  20. "blank" is immunity that develops during a
    persons lifetime.
    Acquired immunity
  21. "blank" occurs when a person has contracted and
    is recovering from a disease.
    Natural acquired immunity
  22. "blank" occurs as the result of a vaccination.
    Artificially acquired immunity
  23. "blank" is the ultimate goal of all
    infection control procedures and policies.
    Infection prevention
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