Flashcards in BUMEDINST 6220.9B Deck (48)
Who oversees the IP program to interpret requirements?
BUMED IP SME
What is critical in identifying outbreaks, emerging infectious disease, ARO's and bioterrorist events?
Bedded healthcare facilities participation in HHSN as of what year?
Dental unit water line monitoring of less than how many CFU's/ml?
What allows data comparison at multiple levels?
Freestanding ambulatory care facilities recommended staffing of at least 1.0 FTE IP for up to how many visits per year?
What reference to report communicable diseses?
Liaison to help ensure patient safety from transmission of infectious diseases?
MTF's and DTF's report HAI's to?
IPCC's established in MTF's and DTF's per what reference?
Who interprets DoD, SECNAV, and CNO policies for HAIPC imlementation?
BUMED infection control consultant
Commanders, CO's, or OIC's will appoint an IPCC per what reference?
Routine microbiological surveillance should be restricted to investigations of outbreak when recommended by the IP or who else?
ICRA how often?
IPCC's meet how often?
What program covers all aspects of health care operations?
All cases in MTF's and DTF's involving serious injury etc., need to be reported to BUMED and?
Patient Safety and Risk Management
Appropriate vaccination for those what are within how many feet of patients?
HAI training must occur how ofter?
Devices that contact mucous membranes and non-intact skin?
Infection that manifest either at admission or within a likely incubation period?
HAI's infection occurs more than how many hours of admission?
Infection from an infected person, animal, inanimate object reservoir directly or indirectly?
Organism that is capable of producing infection or infectious diseases?
High risk for infection if they are contaminated with any microorganism, including bacterial spores?
What technique is use to recap needles?
one handed "scoop"
Routine water output must be what CFU's/ml of heterotrophic water bacteria?
Aerosols are less than how many microns in diameter?
What concept is the quantity of materials or supplies required for a single patient?
What is not compatible with infection control principles in DTR's?
Wash hands with a minimum of how many seconds?
How many basic conditions that require infection control measures?
Water and air must be flushed for how many seconds after each patient?
Microorganisms on prosthetic materials survive up to how many days?
Two functional areas that need to be considered when developing dental?
DTR and dental lab
What should be used when there is potential splash, spatter, or spray exposure?
How many separate work areas should a dental lab have?
How often should pumice brushes be cleaned?
What regulation regarding transportation and shipping infectious materials?
What indicates all fluids are potentially infectious?
Vacuum ventilation system is activated at least how many feet per minute?
What form is used to label contaminated items?
Two most common dental care items carry a multitude of oral microorganisms?
prostheses and oral impressions
What should never be used to polish wax patterns on dentures?
what should be used on film packets to minimize contamination to the fabric light shield sleeves?
plastic infection control barrier
How often must all counter surfaces be disinfected in the darkroom?
Digital sensors and other high-tech instruments that come into contact with oral mucous membranes are considered what type of devices?