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Sterile Processing Study Material for Certification Exam Already Graded A What is the Area Temp & Humidity for Decontamination? ✔✔60 deg to 65 deg F, 30% to 60% Humidity What is the air exchan... ge rate & pressure type for Decontamination? ✔✔10 air exchanges per hour under Negative Pressure What is the Area Temp & Humidity for the Sterile Storage Area? ✔✔68 deg to 75 deg F, 35% to 70% Humidity What is the Area Temp & Humidity for the Prep & Packaging Area? ✔✔68 deg to 73 deg F, Ideal Humidity 50% - not lower than 35% The main role of sterile processing is to: ✔✔Provide dependable reliable services to enhance the quality of patient care. Ethics is the practice of: ✔✔Doing the right thing. Which of the following establishes sterilization practice standards based on opinion, research, and/or theory: ✔✔AAMI EPA, FDA, OSHA and state departments of health (DOH) primarily issue: ✔✔Regulations. Standards for CS/SPD practice are written by: ✔✔AAMI The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act provides for which ethical issue? ✔✔Confidentiality If healthcare facilities reprocess single-use devices, the devices must be cleared by: ✔✔FDA OSHA has a great effect on CS/SPD by its regulation of occupational exposure to airborne contaminants, exposure from bloodborne pathogens, and which of the following: ✔✔Communication of workplace hazards The Medical Device Reporting regulation requires: ✔✔Healthcare facilities to report deaths or serious injuries from medical devices. Collection of data and identification of issues are part of what kind of program? ✔✔Quality Assurance To ensure that all employees are learning the same information, training should be: ✔✔Standardized Which branch of science refers to the form and organization of body parts? ✔✔Anatomy Which branch of science refers to the function of specific body parts? ✔✔Physiology The smallest and most numerous structural units possessing the basic characteristics of life are called: ✔✔Cells Which of the following is NOT an environmental factor required for the life of a cell? ✔✔Cold DNA is found in which part of the cell? ✔✔Nucleus Complex structures with specialized functions within the body are known as: ✔✔Organs Red blood cells develop in which part of the body? ✔✔Bone Marrow The smallest bones of the body are found in the: ✔✔Middle Ear Which of the following supports the tongue and the functions in swallowing? ✔✔Hyoid Bone The skull, hyoid, vertebral column, and thoracic cage are part of the: ✔✔Axial Skeleton Muscles make up what part of the body's bulk? ✔✔1/2 Which of the following bones can be found in the axial skeleton? ✔✔Sternum Which of the following is part of the appendicular skeleton? ✔✔Humerus The femur, tibia, and fibula are bones of the: ✔✔Lower limbs The humerus, radius, and ulna are bones of the: ✔✔Upper limbs Smooth muscle cells lack: ✔✔Striations What connects muscle to bone? ✔✔Tendons Specialized cells responsible for contractions in the body are called: ✔✔Muscles Which of the following is the largest organ OF the body? ✔✔Skin Nerves and blood supply are located in which layer of the skin? ✔✔Dermis Which of the following are responsible for providing immunity? ✔✔White Blood Cells The breathing process removes which of the following gases from body cells? ✔✔Carbon Dioxide pH is regulated through which system in the body? ✔✔Respiratory Which of the following transports food to the stomach? ✔✔Esophagus The longest part of the GI tract is the: ✔✔Small Intestine Which organ produces bile? ✔✔Liver The entire delicate central nervous system is protected by: ✔✔Bony Encasement The portion of the brain responsible for consciousness is the: ✔✔Cerebrum Which of the following is a function of the voluntary nervous system? ✔✔Skeletal Muscle Contractions Which of the following is a function of the autonomic nervous system? ✔✔Heart Rate Where is the tympanic membrane located? ✔✔The Ear The bladder, ureters, and kidneys are part of the: ✔✔Urinary System The seminal vesicles and bulbourethral glands are part of the: ✔✔Male Reproductive System It is important for the CS/SPD technician to learn anatomy and physiology in order to: ✔✔Recognize where instruments are used The term pathogenic means: ✔✔Dise [Show More]

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