Health Infection. 1. Give a definition of a nosocomial infection. This is hospital or health centers acquired infection to an exposed patient to sepsis environment. 2. Many epidemiological changes have influenced the incidence of Hospital Acquired Infection – give examples. Hospital-acquired infection affects a huge number of people in the health facilities may it be patient or workers. According to WHO approximately 15% of patients are affected by infections in the hospital. These infections are responsible for 4%-56% of neonates deaths. Most common infections are the urinary tract respiratory infections and bloodstream infection. 3. What conditions are required for infection to occur? agent infectivity(virulence qualities) environmental exposure(Climate and access to health care) and host susceptibility (genetic or nutritional status). 4. Name the common sources of infection pathogens 5. Discuss how infection is transmitted and give 5 examples to illustrate your discussion. Airborne-through aerosols or spread in ventilated areas. Vectorborne- transmission the correct answer? YES 33. What does the acronym PASS stand for with regard to fire extinguishers? Pull Aim Squeeze and sweep. 34. Describe what the roles and responsibilities of Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) and Health and Safety committees (HSCs)? facilitating co-operation between the PCBU and workers to instigate develop and carry out measures to ensure the health and safety of workers assisting in developing health and safety policies procedures and systems for the workplace. References Savage Amir; Eaton Kenneth A.; Moles David R.; Needleman Ian (2009). "A systematic review of definitions of periodontitis and methods that have been used to identify this infections". Journal of Clinical Periodontology Medical Dictionary (2016) medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com viewed 20th Mar18 Brian K Alldredge; Koda-Kimble Mary Anne; Young Lloyd Y.; Wayne A Kradjan; B. Joseph Guglielmo (2009). Applied therapeutics: the clinical use of drugs and safety regulations. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health Williams & Wilkins. [...]
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