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Sterilization and Antiseptic Techniques Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following statements is not true with respect to iodine?

Question 2 2. Silver nitrate:

Question 3 3. After milk is heated during the process of pasteurization, it must then be:

Question 4 4. Pasteurization:

Question 5 5. Gamma irradiation:

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Question 6 6. Ionizing radiation is mainly used for:

Question 7 7. An autoclave:

Question 8 8. To ensure that an autoclave has reached an appropriate temperature during sterilization:

Question 9 9. Phenols have been shown to:

Question 10 10. The protoplasm is equivalent to:

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Question 11 11. Ethylene oxide:

Question 12 12. A sterilant (is):

Question 13 13. The type of chlorine compound found in household bleach is known as:

Question 14 14. Chlorine:

Question 15 15. The amount of time that is necessary to kill all microbes in a certain sample at a specific temperature is known as (the):

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Question 16 16. One type of autoclave takes a total of 30 minutes to reduce a population of microbes from 100,000 down to 30. What is its D-value at 250*F?

Question 17 17. Hydrogen peroxide gas plasma sterilization mainly works by generating:

Question 18 18. An ion is:

Question 19 19. Methanol is also known as:

Question 20 20. Which of the following can alcohol not destroy?

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Question 21 21. The process of separating out matter based on chemical or physical properties is better known as:

Question 22 22. Chemicals used to diagnose, cure, or treat disease, also known as medication, are more technically called:

Question 23 23. A common method of sterilizing surgical equipment is known as:

Question 24 24. Alcohol used on the surface of a kitchen countertop is a type of:

Question 25 25. Peracetic acid:

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Question 26 26. Hydrogen peroxide, depending on its preparation, can be used as a(n):

Question 27 27. Chlorhexidine:

Question 28 28. Pasteurization:

Question 29 29. Non-ionizing U.V. radiation is best used to disinfect something like:

Question 30 30. A hospital acquired infection is known as a:

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