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Sports Trivia. Tarot Cards. Who Is It For? Regulations provided in 29 CFR Part Wastes generated from the management of biological select agents and toxins must be managed per which reference? Shipboard personnel are governed by what guide? Afloat Medical Waste Management Guide. What is solid material intended for disposal which is produced as the direct result of non-infectious patient diagnosis, treatment, therapy, or medical research other than those characterized as Regulated Medical Waste RMW?
Non-Regulated Medical Waste. Non-Regulated Medical Waste requires no further treatment and is disposed as? What is generated during diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of humans or animals and is capable of causing disease or would pose other adverse health risks to individuals or the community if improperly handled? How many primary groups of Regulated Medical Waste RMW are there each with specific management, treatment, and disposal criteria?
Which group of Regulated Medical Waste RMW deals with animal Waste from animals exposed to infectious agents during research, production of biologicals, or testing of pharmaceuticals? Which group of Regulated Medical Waste RMW deals with other including fluids that are designated by the local infection control authority? Which category of Regulated Medical Waste RMW is specific to infectious animals, contaminated animal carcasses, body parts, and bedding of animals known to have been exposed to infectious agents during treatment, research, productions of biologicals, or testing of pharmaceuticals?
How many Bio Safety Levels are there with specific combination of work practices, safety equipment, and facilities, which are designed to minimize the exposure of workers and the environmental to infectious agents? Which Bio Safety Level is the most stringent and applies for work with dangerous and exotic agents that pose a high individual risk of life threatening disease, which may be transmitted via the aerosol route and for which there is no available vaccine or therapy?
Which type of waste is a free-flowing liquid human blood, plasma, serum, and other blood derivatives e. Blood and blood products. What are defined as infectious agents and associated biologicals, including those from medical and pathological laboratories, as well as dishes and devices used to transfer, inoculate, and mix cultures?
For example a syringe used to administer a medication that classifies as a pharmaceutical Hazardous Waste HW or dental amalgam waste be an example of? What is a Solid Waste SW , or combination of Solid Waste SW , which, because of its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics, may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible or incapacitating reversible illness or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of, or otherwise managed?
Which type of waste would include biological waste and discarded materials contaminated with blood, excretion exudates, secretions from humans who are isolated to protect others from highly communicable disease, and secretions from isolated animals known to be infected with highly communicable diseases caused by BSL 4 agents including pox viruses and arboviruses? Which type of waste would include used personal hygiene products e.
Which type of waste would include organs, tissues, body parts other than teeth, products of conception, and fluids containing tissue removed by trauma or during surgery or autopsy or other medical procedure?
What is a devise or item to be worn, used, or put in place for the safety or protection of an individual or the public at large, when performing work assignments in or entering hazardous areas or under hazardous conditions?
Equipment includes an article of clothing, hearing and eye protection, respirators, etc. Which type of waste is generated during diagnosis, treatment, and immunization of humans or animals and is capable of causing disease or would pose other adverse health risks to individuals or the community if improperly handled?
Which type of waste are used or unused hypodermic needles, syringes with or without the attached needles , Pasteur pipettes, scalpel blades, blood collection and vials, test tubes, needles attached to tubing, dental burs, endodontic files, culture dishes regardless of presence of infectious agents , glassware broken or unbroken , damaged dishes, dishes with sharp edges that were in contact with infectious agents, microscope slides, and cover slips?
Chemotherapy trace waste is defined as needles, empty vials, syringes, gowns, and tubing that contained chemotherapeutic pharmaceuticals or were exposed to chemotherapeutic pharmaceuticals during treatment of the patients.
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