• Causes and Spread of Infections
    be only minor infections such as a cut on the knee. 5) Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of a infection. Poor practice can lead to the spread and cause of infections. Everybody on a daily basis is open to catch and spread infections, this is by taking part in poor practice. Poor...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    ” and “localised infection” 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection 2. Understand the transmission of infection 2.1 Explain the conditions needed for the growth of micro-organisms 2.2 Explain the ways an infective agent might enter the body 2.3 Identify common sources of...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    lymphatic system. Once within these systems, the infection has the ability to damage other areas of the body and organs. Poor practice and Infection. Poor practice may lead to the spread of infection. For instance, the use of PPE is required in practice as it protects against infectious materials...
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  • Health and Social Care
    washing hands… Not washing hands… Not wearing Personal Protective Equipment… Not wearing Personal Protective Equipment… Not cleaning surfaces or surroundings… Not cleaning surfaces or surroundings… Poor practices that lead to the spread of infectionPoor practices that lead to the...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    individual with the result that spreads to the whole of the body. A localised infection is that it is limited to a specific part of the body and has local symptoms. 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection There are a number of poor practices that may lead to...
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  • causes and spread of infection
    medical treatment is given it could spread and become a systemic infection. 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection. Not washing your hands after having contact with service users, food, hazardous substances, using the toilet etc. Not wearing the correct PPE when...
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  • unit 4222-265
    : identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection. poor practice that could help lead to the spread of infection would be, not washing hands, not complying with food safety, unproper disposal of needles and sharpies. 2 2.1: explain the conditions needed for micro organisms to grow...
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  • Unit 20 Causes and Spread of Infection Hsc3045 Health and Social Care Level 3 Diploma
    potential to infect others. 1.4 Explain what is meant by systemic infection and localised infection. Systemic infections affect the whole body – Flu / HIV, while localised infections are limited to one area of the body – ear / eye infection. 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of...
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  • causes and spread of infection
    when the microorganisms spread throughout the body, usually in the bloodstream. These are called systemic infections, and they include flu, malaria, AIDS, tuberculosis, plague, and most of the infectious diseases whose names are familiar. 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    the whole body or can affect a number of organs and tissues, so any infection in your blood stream is known as a systemic infection such as HIV/AIDS. Another example is Diabetes and hyper or hypo tension. 1.5-Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection. Poor practices...
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  • case study
    through the use of contaminated toilets. This exposes the patient to the risks of accidently ingesting the spores which would lead to an infection. Poor hand hygiene is also a contributing factor in the spread of C.Difficile spores. Medical officers who practice poor hand hygiene assist in the spread of...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    . It is when the pathogen is distributed throughout the whole body. Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection Poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection can include:-  No hand washing or not doing it properly,  Not wearing the right protective equipment...
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  • Causes and Spread of Iinfection
    infection that is the opposite to localised infection. It is when the pathogen is distributed throughout the whole body. 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection Poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection can include:-  No hand washing or not doing it...
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  • Cause of Infection Outcome 1
    whole body travelling ie through the blood or a gland Local is when it is maintained in just one area. 1.5.Identify poor practice that may lead to the spread of infection Poor staff training Not washing hands properly Not washing them at all Poor infection control 2.1 Explain the conditions needed for the growth of micro organisims Most bacteria grows in the dark where it is warm and moist...
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  • Ic02 Causes and Spread of Infection
    whole body, spreading possibly through the blood to all parts of the body causing an all over infection. Localised infection means the infection stays in one place more likely where the infection enters the body and just infects that one area. Poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection...
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  • Nvq2 Health and Social Care
    ‘localised infection’. Systemic infection – affects a number of organs or tissues or affects the whole body e.g. type 2 diabetes, aids and hyper tension. Localised infection – confined to one organ system or area in the body e.g. absess, boil, sprain. 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the...
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  • Causes and Spread of Infection
    bladder infection. A systemic infection is the opposite, the infection is distributed throughout the whole body this could be illnesses such as a cold or the flu. 5) There are poor practices which may lead to the spread of infection, this could be not washing hands frequently, not wearing...
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  • Miss
    infection. 1.5 Identify poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection. Infection requires three main elements; a source, a mode of transmission, and a host. In this case since you are addressing practice that may lead to spread of infection, we'll focus on practices that transmit...
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  • Infection Control
    the spread of infection. * Poor practices that may lead to the spread of infection, could be: - Poor hygiene (for example: not washing your hands after going to the toilet / before dealing with food or wearing a dirty uniform). - Not...
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  • A Good Story
    is not recommended. Any bacterial infection serious enough to cause a large boil can, rarely, lead to blood poisoning or spread to other organs (eg. joints, lungs, brain), and in fact any other body part. Without antibiotic treatment, carbuncles usually must drain before they will heal. If left...
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