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Infection Control - Group 3

Sullivan Groves & Stephanie Kinsey.
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Stephanie Kinsey

on 26 September 2013

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Transcript of Infection Control - Group 3

Washing
Does NOT kill all bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
Chemicals
registered by the
EPA.
Use an ultrasonic unit.
Cleaning tools and Implements
The Disinfection Method
Wash tools with warm
water and soap.
Make sure to scrub with a clean nail brush.
Options
Disinfect using an EPA-registered disinfectant.
Use a cleaning solvent
for metal.
Disinfecting
vs.
Both clean surface debris.
Inactivated by oils, lotions, and creams.
Not for use on hair, skin, or nails.
Gets rid of ALL bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
Safe for use on hair, skin, and nails.
Scrubbing with soap and warm water.
Matching:
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The ability of the body to destroy or resist infection.
Removal of blood and potentially infectious material.
Reaction due to extreme sensitivity to normally harmless substances.
Disposable items that cannot be used more than once.
Immunity that is partly inherited and partly developed through experience.
Common household bleach; An effective disinfectant.
Items that can be used more than once.
The ability to produce an effect.
Soaps that break down stubborn films & remove residue.
Set of guidelines set by the OHSA requiring employees to assume all human body fluids are infectious.
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Universal Precautions
Immunity
Decontamination
Sodium Hypochlorite
Single-use tools
Chelating soaps
Multi-use tools
Allergy
Acquired Immunity
Efficacy


This method only applies
to multi-use items.


ALWAYS discard
single-use items after use.
Note:
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Sterilization
You will hear this word over and over in your cosmetology career. Although you will get tired of sterilization being stressed through salons and instructors, it is a VERY important part of the beauty industry.
Sterilization
is when you destroy ALL bacteria and germs.
What is Decontamination?
Decontamination
is the removal of blood or infectious materials from an item's surface.
There are 2 steps to the methods of prevention and they're quite simple:
What Can You Use To Sterilize?
We have all probably seen it many times but never knew the name for it:
chelating soap
. This is the soap they use during pedicures.
It breaks down stubborn films and removes residue of pedicure products like scrubs, salts, and masks.
They also use antiseptics. These are chemical germicides formulated for use on skin. They are registered and regulated by the FDA.
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We've all been lectured about allergies, but do we know what allergies actually are?
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Allergies are reactions due to extreme sensitivity in foods, chemicals, or other normal substances that are usually harmless to others.
The results of allergies can even be fatal, so it's important to be aware of allergies a client may have & accommodate.
We know that
immunity
is your body's ability to fight off infections.
Immunity
However, you may not know that there are two different types:

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Natural immunity
is usually inherited, or it can be developed through a healthy lifestyle.
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Acquired immunity
is developed by overcoming the diseases through experience or vaccinations.
Think of the chicken pox. If you get it once, you won't get it again.
Many children are injected with chicken pox vaccines, which actually contain the virus in them, so that the kids acquire immunity to it in years to come.
Infection Control
Group 3
Sullivan Groves &
Stephanie Kinsey

Sodium hypochlorite is also known as household bleach. It's an effective disinfectant used in the salon. It aids in cleaning things such as shampoo station tubs.
Multi-Use Tool refers to an item constructed of hard materials with smooth non-porous surfaces such as metal, glass, or plastic that can be used on more than one client. The term includes but is not limited to such items as clippers, scissors, combs, nippers, manicure bowls, and some nail files.
Multi-Use Tools
Single-Use Tools can only be used one time. After being used once, they are to be discarded. Items like flip flops and gloves are single-use tools.
Single-Use Tools
are a set of guidelines set by the OHSA requiring employees to assume all human body fluids are infectious. These precautions are a mandatory part of working in a salon & clients can take legal action if the rules aren't followed.
Universal Precautions

Efficacy
is the ability to produce an effect. It has different specific meanings in different fields. In medicine, it is the ability of a drug to produce a desired effect.
In cosmetology, we consider it the ability of disinfectants to clean. In the salon, it's best to aim for the highest efficacy possible.
1 - Clean and disinfect
2 - Clean and sterilize.
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