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Micro Bio Exam3

By | December 2012
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Points Awarded| 43.00|
Points Missed| 7.00|
Percentage| 86.0%|

1.
The sterilizing gas used in a special chamber is:
A) ethylene oxide.
B) iodophor.
C) glutaraldehyde.
D) formaldehyde.
E) chlorine dioxide.

Feedback: Talaro - Chapter 11 #31
Points Earned:| 1.0/1.0| |
Correct Answer(s):| A|

2.
Which of the following is NOT used as an antiseptic?
A) iodophor
B) chlorhexidine
C) 3% hydrogen peroxide
D) Merthiolate
E) aqueous glutaraldehyde

Feedback: Talaro - Chapter 11 #25
Points Earned:| 0.0/1.0| |
Correct Answer(s):| E|

3.
HEPA filters are used to remove microbes from:
A) air.
B) liquids.
C) human tissues.
D) medical instruments.
E) All of the choices are correct.

Feedback: Talaro - Chapter 11 #19
Points Earned:| 1.0/1.0| |
Correct Answer(s):| A|

4.
Endospores can be killed by:
A) dry heat at 170 degrees C for 2 hours.
B) incineration.
C) glutaldehyde for 3 or more hours.
D) ethylene oxide for 3 or more hours.
E) All of the choices are correct.

Feedback: Talaro - Chapter 11 #13
Points Earned:| 0.0/1.0| |
Correct Answer(s):| E|

5.
Which of the following chemicals is a disinfectant for soft contact lenses? A) hydrogen peroxide
B) alcohol
C) hexachlorophene
D) glutaraldehyde
E) hypochorites

Feedback: Talaro - Chapter 11 #36
Points Earned:| 1.0/1.0| |
Correct Answer(s):| A|

6.
The use of a physical or chemical process to destroy vegetative pathogens is: A) disinfection.
B) sterilization.
C) antisepsis.
D) sanitization.
E) degermation.

Feedback: Talaro - Chapter 11 #6
Points Earned:| 1.0/1.0| |
Correct Answer(s):| A|

7.
Scrubbing or immersing the skin in chemicals to reduce the numbers of microbes on the skin is: A) disinfection.
B) sterilization.
C) antisepsis.
D) sanitization.
E) degermation.

Feedback: Talaro - Chapter 11 #8
Points Earned:| 1.0/1.0| |
Correct Answer(s):| E|

8.
Which of the following microbial...
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