Aids Fundamentals Final R

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Aids Fundamentals Final Review Chapter Seven The evidence for assigning risks to different levels of activities comes from two main sources: theoretical biological analysis and empirical epidemiological data , bolstered by laboratory data. o Theoretical analysis considers the biological plausibility of HIV transmission for particular activities based on the presence or absence of substances containing HIV and of receptors for these substances. Ex. We know that HIV is not presence in someone’s exhaled
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Unformatted text preview: breath, thus we would sign assign little risk to breathing the air in the same room with a person with AIDS. It can be used to make predictions about no-, low-, or high-risk activities. These predictions ultimately can be tested by empirical epidemiological data. Those that are considered high risk through theoretical analysis are then carefully investigated with epidemiological studies ....
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