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Module 6

McKinney,R.

study guide for Module 6 test

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Across
1.chemical that destroys most bacterial is called
3.Organization that published the "recommended Practice for Reuse in Hemodialysis"
8.eating away of the dialysis membrane by chemical agents is known as
9.measure of how much fluid the dialyzer membrane can hold (3 words) (3 words)
11.sets enviornmental exposure limits for chemicals used in the dialysis industry
13.type of dialyzer used today (2 words) (2 words)
15.group of plasma proteins that interact with antibodies to form part of the bodies immune system
16.minimum dwell time for dialyzers in renalin is___ hours
17.percentage of allowable dialysis care cost paid for by medicare
Down
2.severe,potentially fatal allergic reaction (2 words) (2 words)
4.minimum dwell time for dialyzers in Formaldehyde ( # of hour/s)
5.fever,chills nad nausea are symptoms of (2 words) (2 words)
6.gas used by manufactures to sterileize new dialyzers (2 words) (2 words)
7.headache,nausea and other symptoms caused by using a new cellulose dialyzer (3 words) (2 words)
10.part of bacterial cell wall that can contaminate reprocessed dialyzers
12.dialysis adequacy should be measured
14.AAMI recommends allowance for bacteria used for reprocessing of dialyzers is ___cfu/ml

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