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Exam 1 answers Question 1 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.42 points The clinical approach would focus on : Correct Answers Percent Answered an individual's signs and symptoms 83.099% number of cases in a population 4.225% place distribution of diseases 2.817% distribution of diseases among populations 7.042% Unanswered 2.817% Question 2 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.25 points Which of the following process is least likely to use epidemiology? Correct Answers Percent Answered Development of a new antibiotic 49.296% Determining threshold mortality rates at which to start a "complex emergency response" to a natural diaster. 11.268% Estimation of the risk of contacting Lyme disease in Vermont 4.225% Evaluation of effectiveness of Cook County Hospital in treating the uninsured in the Chicago area. 21.127% Determining the need for an obesity control program in Duval County 14.085% Unanswered 0%
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Question 3 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.38 points If you determined the number of cases of asthma in Duval County both old and new you would be determining Correct Answers Percent Answered prevalence 76.056% epidemic 1.408% incidence 16.901% odds ratio 4.225% Unanswered 1.408% Question 4 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.19 points To determine an epidemic all of the following are important EXCEPT: Correct Answers Percent Answered disease burden during the same month in years past 39.437% case fatality rate (# deaths per # of cases) 38.028% disease burden in same geographic area 5.634% size and type of population exposed 15.493% Unanswered 1.408%
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Question 5 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.36 points Refer to Friis Table 1-1 page 17. Which of the following statements is not correct regarding the 2003 SARS Epidemic? Correct Answers Percent Answered There was a greater risk of contracting SARS if you lived in Hong Kong compared to the USS. 14.085% Health care workers were at risk for this disease. 9.859% Children had the highest incidence of the disease. 71.831% There was no male/female differences in disease incidence in most countries. 2.817% Unanswered 1.408% Question 6 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.46 points An excellent example of a disease with a seasonal pattern is: Correct Answers Percent Answered myocardial infarction 5.634% west nile 91.549% sickle cell anemia 2.817% prostate cancer 0% Unanswered 0%
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Question 7 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.35 points Friis Figure 1-1 page 19. From graph C you can conclude: Correct Answers Percent Answered The reduction in all motor vehicle deaths with time would appear to parallel a reduction in alcohol- related deaths. 70.423% Accidents due to alcohol increased over the period 1991-1995 12.676% Motor vehicle deaths were highest in 1994. 1.408%
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HSC 3500 taught by Professor Nyquist-battie during the Spring '08 term at UNF.

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