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Each chemical in the department. Which of the following regulates and makes sure products are safe and effective before companies put them on the market? On their first day at work. The Right-to-Know Standard requires employers to have which of the following available for employees?

Material Safety Data Sheets for chemicals. Ethics is the practice of? Doing the right thing. Which agency regulates the reprocessing of single-use devices? Before a pesticide can be marketed and used in the United States, it must be evaluated and registered by which of the following? A rule designed to govern behavior is called a? Which agency requires that eyewash stations be available for emergency use? The Medical Device Reporting regulation requires? Healthcare facilities to report deaths or serious injuries from medical devices.

The main role of sterile processing is to? Provide dependable, reliable services to enhance the quality of patient care. Compliance with OSHA is? Required by law.

If healthcare facilities reprocess single-use devices, the device must be cleared by? Instrument sets and patient care equipment must be processed and distributed in an accurate and timely manner so that? Patient care is not adversely affected. How often should cleaning and sterilization instructions be requested from device manufacturers? Each time the item is purchased.

Annual competency testing is required by? Any equipment with a cord that is cracked, frayed, or broken should be? Disinfected and sent out for repair. To ensure that all employees are learning the same information, training should be? An established norm which is based on theory is called a? Recommended practices are?

Statements of sound principals of practice that are based on scientific data and the opinions of experts. Which of the following defines what a department must do? Communication of workplace hazards. What are ethical actions? What three sections is the brain divided up into? To sterilize a paper-plastic peel pack it should be? Placed on its edge. What is a wet sterilization system for unwrapped items? Fiberoptic light cords should be cleaned? Before it is mannually cleaned, what must be done to a flexible endoscope?

How should hinged instruments be sterilized? Which level of disinfectant is needed for the destruction of HIV? What should never be used to remove gross soild from and instrument? What is sterilization? Rendering an item free of living microorganisms, including resistant endospores. What is disinfection?

Use of a chemical to kill most microbes, but not spores. What is the first step in the decontamination process? How many air exchanges should there be in the decontamination area?

Where is the sternum found? What can never be used as an environmental disinfectant? How do you precondition a sterilizer? List the order of the GI tract. Oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon. Where is the sterilizers heat sensing thermometer located? The function of the SPD department is Any equipment with a cord that is cracked, broken, or frayed should be?

What connects muscle to bone? What method is used to sterilize liquids? What produces bile? What stores bile? How should powered equipment be cleaned?

What class of disinfectant is sodium hypochlorite? Enzyme based detergents contain organic substances that assit in the breakdown of what? The mechanical action in the automated cleaning process that uses imploding bubbles is called. What are the two major functions of the spinal cord? Proteolytic enzyme detergent breaks down what? The TOSI line of products is used to do what? Test the effectiveness of mechanical washers.

What can type of packaging can be used for low-temperature-gas-plasma sterilization? What are the three parameters of steam sterilization? What are the phases of LTGP sterilization system? What can be used to test the functioning of the ultrasonic cleaner? What microorganism is used to biologically monitor the peracetic acid sterilization system?


CBSPD Sterile Processing Technician Study Guide-11th Edition

Quiz complete. Results are being recorded. Results 0 of 10 questions answered correctly. You have reached 0 of 0 point s , 0. Instrument set and other required instrumentation needs for all surgical procedures for an entre day are usually pulled collected :. The use of analytical skill to solve problems and make decisions is a component of which of the following knowledge and skills dimensions?


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As you may or may not know, there are two certifying agencies for sterile processing professionals. What you may not know is what exactly the difference is between them and how to choose which agency is right for you. The agency is based out of Chicago, IL. There are over 23, members and certificants. They currently offer 5 certifications:. IAHCSMM requires certificants to obtain 12 continuing education credits annually in order to maintain their certification. Completion of 24 months of full-time employment or equivalent part-time hours performing operating room surgical instrument processing activities.

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