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Nursing 1, U11: hygiene- G9/2nd Term/1432

Nursing 1, U11: hygiene- G9/2nd Term/1432


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  • 1.
  • 2. prepared by :
    Sara Al-Amri
    Aisha Al-Mohaiani
  • 3. U11: Hygiene
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6. Miasma theory
    the belief that smelly gases from decaying matter gave rise to illness, and explained
    the epidemics ( the sudden widespread occurrence of something as a disease) that flared up in the filthy, stinking places inhabited by the poor.
  • 7. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
    (1632-1723) developed microscopes, he introduced the world to micro-organism and their role in disease, and prepared the way for the modern Germ theory
  • 8. Alexander Fleming
    warned that the misuse of antibiotics could lead to a situation in which modern medicine would be unable to treat common infectious diseases.
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12.
  • 13. Scrub up
  • 14. 1
    MRSA
    methicillin-resistant
    Staphylococcus aureus
  • 15. a
    3
    Wine
    making
    Wine
    Yoghurt
    b
  • 16. c
    the
    common cold
  • 17. b
    5
    door
    handles
    b
    6
    soil
    staphylococcus
  • 18. 7
    c
    ventilation
  • 19. Vocabulary
  • 20. Hygiene
    Equipment
  • 21. 1
    bin
    =
    container
    bucket
    =
    pail
    mop
    =
    wiper ,
    floor rag
    cloth
  • 22. detergent
    =
    sterilizer
    sink
    =
    washbowl
    clinical waste
    disposal bag
  • 23. disposable gloves
    =
    removal gloves
    paper
    towels
    soap dispenser
    =
    soap container
  • 24. 2
    Contamination (n)
    The process by which
    a place , substance , etc .
    is affected by a substance
    that is dangerous or carries
    disease ( = pollution)
    Pathogens (n)
    A harmful micro-
    organism capable
    Of causing disease
    Swab(v)
    to clean something
    Using a piece of
    Soft material
    disinfectant
    =
    bactericide
    Susceptible (adj)
    Likely to be affected by something
    (=sensible)
    Spotless (adj)
    completely clean
  • 25. Listening 1
    A hygiene report
    Spillages (n)
    =
    poured out
    Matron (n)
    =
    Leader
  • 26. It's
    my job
  • 27. strict (adj)
    =
    hard
    encourage (v)
    =
    stimulate , support
    infection (n)
    =
    causing disease
    refuse (v)
    =
    reject
    budgets (n)
    =
    earned money
    charge (n)
    =
    care
    catering (n)
    =
    offer food
    spread (v)
    =
    move ,diffuse
    standards (n)
    =
    levels
  • 28.
  • 29. ward
    (n)
    any of the rooms
    in a hospital
    which has beds
    for patients.
  • 30.
  • 31. The information in the top :
    Survey= research , study
    Language spot :
    Duty =mission , task
    writing
    notice
    Hygiene Reminder !
  • 32. MRSA
    Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, a bacterium with antibiotic resistance
  • 33. SEPTICAEMIA
    blood poisoning
  • 34. SYNDROME
    Group Of Symptoms That Consistently
    Occur Together Or A Condition Characterized
    By A Set Of Associated Symptoms
  • 35. impetigo
    Impetigo
    a very contagious infection of the skin;
    common in children; localized redness
    develops into small blisters that gradually crust and erode
  • 36. VALVE
  • 37. PNEUMONIA
    Lung infection
  • 38. TENDERNESS
  • 39. Abscesses
  • 40. Boils
  • 41. Staphylococcus
  • 42. penicillin
    Cefazolin
  • 43.
    • methicillin
    • 44. A semisynthetic form of penicillin used against staphylococci that produce penicillinase
    Erythromycin
       /iˌriTHrəˈmīsin/Noun
    It is similar in its effects to penicillin
  • 45. clindamycin
    used to treat infections with anaerobic bacteria but can also be used to treat someprotozoal diseases, such as malaria
  • 46. Tetracycline
    Mupirocin
  • 47. Vancomycin
  • 48. Oxacyllin
  • 49. Pets
  • 50. VRSA
    • vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
    knees
  • 51. Antimicrobial
    disinfectant: an agent (as heat or radiation or a chemical) that destroys microorganisms that might carry disease
    catering
  • 52. Crawling
    ``````````````
    Immunesystems
  • 53. infection
    .The presence of a virus in, or its introduction into, a computer system
    Spillage
    The action of causing or allowing a liquid to spill
  • 54. Spotlessclean
    Susceptible
    Likely to be affected by something