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Infection control and management of hazardous materials for the dental team / Chris H. Miller, Charles John Palenik

By: Miller, Chris H
Contributor(s): Palenik, Charles John
Material type: TextTextPublisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Mosby, c2014Edition: 4th edDescription: ix, 365 p. : ill. ; 28 cmISBN: 9780323056311 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0323056318 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Dental offices -- Sanitation | Cross infection -- Prevention | Dentistry -- Safety measures | Hazardous substances -- Safety measures | Infection Control, Dental -- methods | Cross Infection -- prevention & control | Dental Waste | Waste Management -- methodsDDC classification: 617.6 LOC classification: RK52 | .M46 2010
Contents:
Part 1: Microbial World -- 1: Scope of microbiology and infection control -- 2: Characteristics of microorganisms -- 3: Development of infectious diseases -- 4: Emerging diseases -- 5: Oral microbiology and plaque-associated diseases -- Part 2: Infection Control -- 6: Blood-borne pathogens -- 7: Oral and respiratory diseases -- 8: Infection control rationale and regulations -- 9: Immunization -- 10: Protective barriers -- 11: Instrument processing -- 12: Surface and equipment asepsis -- 13: Dental unit water asepsis -- 14: Aseptic techniques -- 15: Laboratory and radiographic asepsis -- 16: Waste management -- 17: Clinical asepsis protocol -- Part 3: Office Safety -- 18: About the occupational safety and health administration -- 19: OSHA inspections -- 20: Management of the office safety program -- 21: Medical tourism -- 22: Managing chemicals safely -- 23: Greener infection control -- 24: Employee fire prevention and emergency action plans -- 25: Infection control concerns during remodeling or construction -- Appendix A: Infection control and hazardous materials management resource list -- Appendix B: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for infection control in dental health-care settings-2003 -- Appendix C: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for prevention of tuberculosis in dental settings -- Appendix D: Organization for safety and asepsis procedures -- Appendix E: Exposure incident report -- Appendix F: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 -- Appendix G: Infection control and the American Dental Association (ADA) -- Appendix H: Occupational Safety and Health Administration bloodborne pathogens standard -- Glossary -- Index
Summary: From the Publisher: How do you control the spread of disease agents and maintain safety in the dental office? This comprehensive text describes the safety procedures you need to follow. A practical resource for the entire dental team, the third edition of this text reflects the new laws and recommendations for the protection of dental patients and dental workers and shows how these can be addressed in everyday dental practice
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Part 1: Microbial World -- 1: Scope of microbiology and infection control -- 2: Characteristics of microorganisms -- 3: Development of infectious diseases -- 4: Emerging diseases -- 5: Oral microbiology and plaque-associated diseases -- Part 2: Infection Control -- 6: Blood-borne pathogens -- 7: Oral and respiratory diseases -- 8: Infection control rationale and regulations -- 9: Immunization -- 10: Protective barriers -- 11: Instrument processing -- 12: Surface and equipment asepsis -- 13: Dental unit water asepsis -- 14: Aseptic techniques -- 15: Laboratory and radiographic asepsis -- 16: Waste management -- 17: Clinical asepsis protocol -- Part 3: Office Safety -- 18: About the occupational safety and health administration -- 19: OSHA inspections -- 20: Management of the office safety program -- 21: Medical tourism -- 22: Managing chemicals safely -- 23: Greener infection control -- 24: Employee fire prevention and emergency action plans -- 25: Infection control concerns during remodeling or construction -- Appendix A: Infection control and hazardous materials management resource list -- Appendix B: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for infection control in dental health-care settings-2003 -- Appendix C: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for prevention of tuberculosis in dental settings -- Appendix D: Organization for safety and asepsis procedures -- Appendix E: Exposure incident report -- Appendix F: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 -- Appendix G: Infection control and the American Dental Association (ADA) -- Appendix H: Occupational Safety and Health Administration bloodborne pathogens standard -- Glossary -- Index

From the Publisher: How do you control the spread of disease agents and maintain safety in the dental office? This comprehensive text describes the safety procedures you need to follow. A practical resource for the entire dental team, the third edition of this text reflects the new laws and recommendations for the protection of dental patients and dental workers and shows how these can be addressed in everyday dental practice

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