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Exam 2 - COURSES > EPIDEMIOLOGY FALL 2006 > ANSWERS AND...

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COURSES > EPIDEMIOLOGY FALL 2006 > ANSWERS AND STATS > EXAM 2; CLICK TO OPEN FOLDER Exam 2; click to open folder exam 2 answers Question 1 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.29 points Refer to page 123, Question 7. Is it correct to conclude that women have twice the risk of disease X as men? Correct Answers Percent Answered Yes 41.791% NO 58.209% Unanswered 0% Question 2 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.64 points There are 11 per 1000 students at UNF with asthma, this data is best described as Correct Answers Percent Answered prevalence 64.179% morbidity rate 2.985% incidence 19.403% ratio 13.433% Unanswered 0% Question 3 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points Data to determine point prevalence could be obtained by asking the question Correct Answers Percent Answered Do you have asthma now? 89.552% Have you had asthma over the last year? 10.448% Unanswered 0%
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Question 4 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.57 points Which of the following could contribute to a long term INCREASE in the crude mortality rate of a specific adult disease from the 1970s to 2000s? Correct Answers Percent Answered more restrictive case definition in 2004 10.448% an increased birth rate in 2004 26.866% improved methods of detection in 2004 56.716% case fatality rate was redyced in 2004 4.478% Unanswered 1.493% Question 5 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.82 points Refering to page 122, Question 3, which age group had the highest death rate? Correct Answers Percent Answered 15-24 5.97% 25-34 7.463% 35-44 82.09% I could not decided base on the information present 2.985% Unanswered 1.493% Question 6 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.84 points You are allowed to calculate one specific mortality rate a specific disease. Which of the folllowing effect modifiers would you use? Correct Answers Percent Answered SES 4.478% race 4.478% age 83.582% geographic location 7.463% Unanswered 0%
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Average Score 0.93 points When age is plotted against death rate, the typical curve is Correct Answers Percent Answered sigmoidal 0% horizontal and then it goes up at age 50 2.985% J-shaped 92.537% Y-shaped 4.478% Unanswered 0% Question 8 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.42 points Gastritis developed in a day care with 10 cases among 70 children. A week later 20 children got sick. The incubation period was 1 week. What was the primary and secondary attack rates respectively? Correct Answers Percent Answered 14.2% and 28.5% 40.299% 3% and 10% 2.985% 14.2 and 33.3% 41.791% cannot be determined 14.925% Unanswered 0% Question 9 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.85 points Changes in the number of cases in the population would affect the _____ of incidence and prevalence measurements. Correct Answers
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This test prep 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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