• Infection Control
    - Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person. * Droplet contact - it is a typical mode of transmission among many infectious agents. If an infected person coughs or sneezes on another person the micro- organisms, suspended in warm moist droplets may enter the body...
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  • causes and spread of infection
    infection include food, water, sick people (colds and flu), animals and poor housing (invaded with pests such as rats and mice or damp and moldy), contaminated food, drinks, bodily fluids; vomit, tears, breast milk, urine, blood, mouth, nose, sweat and broken skin. 2.4 Explain how infective agents can...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infections
    infection for example, unclean bedrails, unclean tables and bed sheets this is because when patients are discharged from hospital and othedr patients are admitted the previous micro organisms can grow and multiply and therefore can be passed on to the next person. 4) explain how infections agents...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    infection 2.4 Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person 2.5 Identify the key factors that will make it more likely that infection will occur Learning outcomes The learner will: 1. Understand the causes of infection Indicative content Learning outcome 1: Understand the causes of...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    organisms and the foreign invading organisms. When the host organisms lose the battle, infection happens. The invading organisms come in the form of virus or bacteria. 4 - Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person Infectious diseases are disorders caused by organisms - such as...
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  • Causes and Spread of Iinfection
    how infective agents can be transmitted to a person They can be transmitted through contact with an infected or contaminated object (directly and indirectly) Directly is person to person, and indirectly is contact through other sources e.g. water, air, dust, pets, animals, insects and the food...
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  • causes and spread of infection
    can be sources of infection. 2.4Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person Infective agents can be transmitted to a person several ways for example, by piercing the skin and letting germs enter by inhaling it you can absorb some things through the skin through having sex with...
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  • cause and spread of infection control
    ,Clothes,Soiled bed linen,Personal care products,Personal care equipment,Utensils,Instruments and Soiled dressings. 5. Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person? It can be transmitted by Droplet contact - this would be by coughing or sneezing,Physical contact – by...
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  • Unit 20 Causes and Spread of Infection Hsc3045 Health and Social Care Level 3 Diploma
    piercing / tattoo / body modification environments, blood transfusions, having an operation / plastic surgery / facial injections. 2.3 Identify common sources of infection. People, animals, food, insects, objects, unclean home / public environments. 2.4 Explain how infective agents can be...
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  • unit 265 Causes of spread of infection
    infective agents can be transmitted to a person 2.5 Identify the key factors that will make it more likely that infection will occur Additional information 01.3  Health  and  Social  Care Unit expiry date 28/02/2015 Unit aim (s) This unit is to enable the...
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  • Nvq2 Health and Social Care
    . 2.4 Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person. * food/drink * air/dust * touching contaminated items * cross contamination * direct (person to person) * animals and insects 2.5 Identify the key factors that will make it more likely that...
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  • Ic02
    through genitals and mixing body fluids. 3.8 Identify common source of infection. Infections can be spread and caught though having contact with another person who has the infection or even some infections can be air bourn. 3.9 Explain how infective agents can be...
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  • unit 4222-265
    infection. Common sources of infection include food, water, sick people (colds and flu or winter vomiting virus), animals and poor housing (invaded with pests such as rats and mice or damp and mouldy). 2.4:explain how infective agents can be transmitted. You can acquire diseases in many ways...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection 265
    simple plants but they do not have the green pigment we see in plants in our garden protozoa -one of the first organisms on earth parasites - parasitic worms can infest humans and animals 2.4 Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person You can acquire diseases in many ways...
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  • Asdasdasd
    the application and removal of PPE 5.8 describe the correct procedure for disposal of used PPE 6.5 Describe the type of products that should be used for hand washing ICo2: Causes and spread of infection 1.3 Describe what is meant by ‘infection’ and ‘colonisation’. 2.4 Explain how an infective agent can be transmitted to another person...
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  • Nvq Level 2
    sneeze into a tissue and throw it away asap. People dont, they sneeze into their hands, then touch things that then become infected. 5. Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person. Through a vaccine which has been "changed" by the inclusion of the infective agent. Breathing...
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  • Causes and spread of infection
    /urinals Flies/animals Unclean equipment/materials 2.4 Explain how infected agents can be transmitted to a person Droplet contact, also known as the respiratory route, and the resultant infection can be termed airborne disease. If an infected person coughs or sneezes on another person the...
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  • Evzra
    classifications of dengue differ from each other?Explain the Pathophysiology of Dengue Fever?What are the sign and symptoms of dengue fever?What is the medical management for dengue fever?How do you assist in nursing management?Who are affected or can be infected with dengue?What are the prevention...
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  • Level 2
    one person to another or from one part of the body to another * Air (coughing/sneezing) * Cross contamination between uncooked and cooked food 2.4 Explain how infective agents can be transmitted to a person Transmission of infection can occur in many ways, including- * Physical...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    sources of infections are: * Airborne * Blood borne * sexually transmitted * faecal oral transmission * cross contamination 2.4 Infective agents can be transmitted to a person by: * intradermal – through the piercing of skin and letting germs enter * through respiratory...
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