CDAMP Module III VOCABULARY WORKPLACE SAFETY

Directions: Using Delmar’s “Dental Assisting, A Comprehensive Approach”, by Phinney & Halstead, 4th Edition Text, 2013, Chapters 10, 11, 12, 15, & 16 define the following terms:

SECTION 1 – OSHA STANDARDS/MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Chapter 12

OSHA:

Scope & Application:

Needlestick Safety & Prevention Act:

OSHA Compliance Directive:

Engineering/Work Practice Controls:

Rules for handling sharps:

Describe the proper sharps container:

List exposure incident protocol:

Handling of contaminated laundry:

Safety Training Form (Figure 12-6): 

 

 

 

OSHA Hazard Training Certificate:

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS):

Chemical Warning Label Determination:

White:

Yellow:

Blue:

Red:

Blood & OPIM:

Parenteral:

Sharps:

Needle recapping procedure:

Occupational exposure incident: 

Documentation:

Collection & testing:

Post-exposure follow-up: 

Care of:

broken glass:

laundry:

Material Safety Data Sheets:

National Fire Protection Association’s color & number method:

Blue:

Red:

Yellow:

White:

0:

1:

2:

3:

4:

OSHA Guidelines for disposing x-ray fixer & developer: (Chapter 22, page 484): Please summarize so you understand this.

 

 

 

SECTION 2 DISEASE TRANSMISSION/MICROBIOLOGY Chapter 10

Microbiology:

Pathogens:

Etiologic agent:

Bacteria:

sporulating bacteria:

aerobic bacteria:

anaerobic bacteria:

facultative anaerobic bacteria:

Diplococci:

Staphylococci:

Streptococci:

Tuberculosis:

Legionellosis:

Diphtheria:

Pertussis:

Tetanus:

DPT immunization:

Strep throat:

Streptococcus mutans:

Staphylococcal infections:

Bacillus anthracis:

Chlamydiae:

Protozoa:

amebic dysentery:

periodontal disease:

malaria:

Rickettsiae:

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever:

Typhus:

Pediculosis:

Fungi:

Candidiasis:

Tinea:

Prions:

Mad Cow Disease:

Viruses:

Measles:

Mumps:

Rubella/ German Measles:

 

MMR:

Epstein-Barr Virus:

Mononucleosis:

West Nile Virus:

Poliomyelitis:

OPV:

Chicken pox:

Common cold & Influenza:

Herpes simplex:

HSV1:

HVS2:

cold sores/aphthous ulcers:

Bloodborne diseases:

Hepatitis A (infectious hepatitis):

Hepatitis B (serum hepatitis):

Hepatitis C (non-A, non-B):

Hepatitis D (Delta Agent):

Hepatitis E:

Human Immunodeficiency Virus:

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: 

 Explain ways the body resists diseases:

 

 Pyogenic membrane:

Antibodies:

Antigens:

Antitoxin:

Infection:

Immunity:

Natural:

Acquired:

natural acquired immunity:

artificial acquired immunity:

Immunization:

Allergen:

Hypersensitivity:

Anaphylactic shock: 

SECTION 2 – INFECTION CONTROL Chapter 11

Asepsis:

Pathogens:

Aseptic Technique:

Universal Precautions:

Chain of Asepsis:

Infection Control:

Regulations:

Recommendations:

American Dental Association (ADA):

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention:

OSHA:

OPIM – (list them):

 

 

Bloodborne Pathogens Standard:

 

What three reasons are dental offices investigated for compliance? 

 

 

Occupational Exposure: 

Category 1:

Category 2:

Category 3:

4 Steps in a Written Exposure Plan: 

 

 

Food & Drug Administration (FDA):

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):

Organization for Safety & Asepsis Procedures (OSAP):

OSHA Mandated Training for Dental Employees:

Chain of Infection:

Agents:

Reservoir:

Fomites:

Portal:

of exit:

of entry:

Modes of transmission:

Contact:

Airborne:

Vehicle:

vector-borne:

Host:

Susceptible:

Compromised:

Ways of breaking the chain of infection:

Routes of microbial transmission in the dental office:

Steps to accomplish asepsis in the dental office: 

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Latex Allergies:

contact dermatitis:

type IV allergic reaction:

type I allergic reaction: 

Purpose of the face mask and protective clothing:

Cleaning:

Sanitization/Sanitizing:

Disinfection:

high level:

intermediate level:

low level: 

Chlorine dioxide:

Glutaraldehyde:

Sodium hypochlorite:

Iodophor:

Phenolics:

Alcohol-

Spray-Wipe-Spray-Wipe Technique: 

Ultrasonic cleaning:

Cavitation:

Washer-Disinfector Devices:

Sterilization:

Liquid chemical disinfectant/sterilization:

Ethylene oxide sterilization:

Glass bead/salt sterilization:

Dry heat sterilization:

Chemical vapor sterilization:

Steam under pressure sterilization:

Steam/flash sterilization:

Equipment maintenance:

Handpiece sterilization:

Dental fiber optics:

Things to remember when packaging and loading sterilizers: 

 

Instrument storage:

Sterilization monitoring:

biological monitors:

process indicators:

dosage indicators:

Liquid disinfectant/sterilizer monitoring:

 

 

List & describe 4 aids for chairside infection control:

 

 

Clinical asepsis protocol for treatment room:

preparation/”set up”:

completion of dental treatment/”tear down”:

treatment room clean-up:

contaminated tray:

Cleaning dental unit waterlines:

radiography room:

dental laboratory:

CDAMP Module III PHARMACOLOGY Vocabulary Chapter 15

Pharmacology:

Drug:

Medicines:

Side effect:

Drug interaction:

Addiction:

Withdrawal:

Psychological dependence:

Habit forming:

OTC drugs or Patent Medications:

Brand name:

Generic name:

DEA Number:

Enteric coating:

Scored medication:

Council on Dental Therapeutics:

Physician’s Desk Reference (PDR):

Prescription:

Heading:

Superscription:

Inscription:

Subscription:

Closing:

Pure Food and Drug Act:

Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act:

Food and Drug Administration (FDA):

Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970:

Controlled Substances Act:

Schedule I drug:

Schedule II drug:

Schedule III drug:

Schedule IV drug:

Schedule V drug:

Routes of drug administration:

Oral:

Topical:

Inhalation:

Sublingual:

Rectal:

Intravenous:

Intramuscular:

Subcutaneous:

Intradermal:

Transdermal:

Substance abuse/drug abuse:

Analgesic:

Antibiotic:

Broad spectrum:  

Anticholinergics:

Anticoagulants:

Anticonvulsants:

Antidiabetic Medication:

Antidepressant Medication:

Antifungal agent:

Antihistamines:

Anti-hypertensives:

Anti-inflammatories:

Anti-lipemic Drugs:

Anti-thyroid Agents:

Bronchodilator:

Contraceptives:

Decongestants:

Diuretics:

Hemostatic agent:

Hormone replacement drugs:

Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs):

Nitrate (Nitroglycerin):

Tranquilizer/Anti-Anxiety Drugs:

Stimulant:

Depressant:

Narcotic:

Morphine:

Codeine:

Herbal and Other Alternative Medications:

 

SECTION 4 -EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Chapter 16

Dental assistant’s role in emergency care:

Dental office emergency kit:

     Contents:

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR):

AHA Guidelines for CPR:

Rescue breathing:

Barriers:

Defibrillation (AED) unit:

Foreign body airway obstruction:

Universal distress signal:

Heimlich Maneuver, conscious adult:

Abdominal thrusts/ chest thrusts:

Syncope:

Signs:

Symptoms:

Treatment:

Asthma:

Signs:

Symptoms:

Treatment:

Allergic reaction:

Edema:

Erythema:

Vesicle:

Urticaria:

Angioedema:

Anaphylactic shock:

Hyperventilation:

Causes:

Signs & symptoms:

Treatment:

Epilepsy:

Grand mal seizure:

Petit mal seizure:

Partial seizure:

Treatment:

Gingival hyperplasia:

Diabetes Mellitus:

Type 1:

Type 2: 

Diabetic acidosis:

Hypoglycemia:

Arteriosclerosis:

Angina pectoris:

Treatment:

Myocardial infarction:

Causes:

Signs & symptoms:

Treatment:

Congestive heart failure:

Cerebrovascular accident:

Causes:

Signs & symptoms:

Treatment:

Transient ischemic attacks:

Dental Emergencies:

Abscessed tooth:

Signs & symptoms:

Treatment:

Alveolitis:

Signs & symptoms:

Treatment: 

Avulsed tooth:

Treatment:

Broken prosthesis:

Tissue injury:

Broken tooth:

Loose crowns:

Pulse Oximeter:

Hypoxia:

Capnography:

Electrocardiography: