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Infection Control

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by Nishad.M Nishad.M (New) New

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I'm a new Care assistant student,

I have 5 questions, can anyone explain to me in details, please?

1)What is meant by Anaerobic?

2)Discuss the term direct contact in detail?

3)Discuss the term indirect contact in detail?

4)What is meant by the term resident micro-organisms?

5)What is meant by the term transient micro-organisms?

Thanks

Nishad

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zmansc is a ASN, RN and specializes in Emergency.

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What google is too hard for you? Back in my day, we actually had to read the book and try to find the answers on written pages that had no search feature, but you try to tell the kids that these days and they won't believe you!

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Do your research, read your text book, or as suggested a search on google. Once you have done that if there is something that does not make sense come back with what you know and ask for help in further understanding for clarification on a concept that you might be having a difficult time grasping. The folks on this site would be doing you a huge disservice by just giving you the answers for your homework assignment. Understanding infection control is something you will use daily in nursing, do yourself and future patients a favor and take the time to actually learn this for yourself. There are knowledgable nurses on this site that are willing to help students, but they are not going to do the work for you.

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Esme12 has 40 years experience as a ASN, BSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care, ED, Cath lab, CTPAC,Trauma.

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Nishad Welcome!

Here at allnurses our goal is to help you become the best nurse you can be. You will be using research skills everyday as a nurse. We ask that all students do the research themselves then post what they have learned.....we can discuss/explain from there what you might be missing or misunderstanding. While Vespa girl was very nice and did your research for you....we encourage you do do the research in the future and come back to discuss what you have learned. :)

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