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1> What bacterial agent is commonly responsible for Epiglottitis?
Heamophilus Influenzae
2> A Prokaryote is also known as a?
Bacteria
3> Wounds with extensive tissue trauma geerally heal by
Second Intention
4> Sterilization indicators do not necessarily indicate that _____ was achieved
Sterility
5> What shape are bacilli
Rod-Shaped
6> Choos the statemnet which is NOT Correctly matched
Gram positive bacteria - stain red with gram stain
7> Antimicrobials work in many ways except
Interfere with protein Synthasis
8> Red blood cells are also known as
Erythrocytes
9> Which is a Eukaryote
Fungi
10>  A virus that infect a bacterial cell is called an
Bacteriophage
11>  Not all infections cause disease; an infection is harmful only if it causes an
Illness
12>  A group of atoms joined by chemical bonds form a
Molecule
13>  Bacterial cells that are spherically shaped are called
Cocci
14>  The body's first line of defense against the invasion of pathogens is
Unbroken Skin
15>  An inanimate object upon which pathogens may be conveyed is referred to as a
Fomite
16>  The most common cause of delayed wound healing in the operative patient is
Wound Infection
17>  Antimicrobials work in any of the following ways except
Interfere with Protein Synthasis
18>  How do viruses reproduce
Osmosis
19>  Which of the following wound healing complications requires immediate surgical intervention
Evisceration
20>  Microorganisms that have the ability to adapt to an aerobic or anerobic enviroment are called
Facultative
21>  The gram stain defferentiates between
Bacteria
22>  The term staphylococcus implies the arrangement of
cocci clusters
23>  Class ___ surgical wounds have the highest rate of infection
IV (4)
24>  The positively charged atomic particle is called a
Proton
25>  Agar is a
Growth media for microorganisms
26>  A foreign ubstance that simulates the production of antibodies is an
Antigen
27>  The process by which leukocytes engulf and destroy bacteria is called
phagocytosis
28>  Which is the staining characteristic of gram-negative organisms
Stain Red
29>  Athick-walled, highly resistant body fromed within a bacterial cell is a
Endospore
30>  The three phas4es of wound healing include all of the following except
Chronic
31>  The smallest microorganisms know as
Viruses
32>  The nature of the bacterial cell membrane determines a bacterium's ____ and its response to antibiotics.
Gram stain classification
33>  Tetanus and botulism are caused by organisms of the genus
Clostridium
34>  Which of the following is a phase of first intention wound healing
Maturation
35>  The most reliable method for determining the efficiency of moist heat sterilizers is the controlled use of biological indicators containing the organism
Subtallis
36>  All viruses are
Pathogenic
37>  Which is the staining characteristic of gram-negative organisms
Stain Red
38>  Which microscope is used to view viruses
Electron
39>  The study of form and structure of bacteriais called
Microbiology or Morphology
40>  The process by which all microorganisms and ther spores are killed is called
Sterilization
41>  Tetanus and botulism are caused by orgnisims of the genus
Blostridiling
42>  The type of anaerobic bacteria that causes Gas Gangrene is
Clostridium Perfringens
43>  The division of a cell into two separate cells is called
Binary Fission
44>  A relationship between two kinds of organisms that live together for mutual benefit is called
Mutualism
45>  A virus that infects a bacterial cell is called a/an
Bacteriophage
46>  The most common cause of delayed wound healing in the operative patient is
Wound Infection
47>  The body's first line of defense against the invasion of pathogens is
Unbroken Skin
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