4. A process that kills bacteria spores is:
5. An agent that removes disease-causing organisms by loosening and removing the
dirt and grime to which the organisms are attached is called a/an:
a. Antiseptic agent.
b. Chemical disinfectant.
c. Cleansing agent.
d. Sterilizing agent.
6. Which one of the following is a proper procedure for maintaining medical asepsis?
a. Perform terminal cleaning procedures in each patient's area at the end of each
b. Clean bedpans and urinals once each day.
c. Seal contaminated trash in a bag before removing the trash
from the patient care area.
d. Clean disposable equipment after it is used by one patient before using it again
for another patient.
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