typed - Chapter 11 1. Which of the following organisms...

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Chapter 11 1. Which of the following organisms causes mononucleosis? Epstein-Barr virus 2. Mushrooms and yeasts are examples of? Fungi 3.You have just started an IV in the back of a moving ambulance. Which of the following is the best way to dispose of your contaminated sharp? Place it directly in a puncture-resistant sharps container 4. Which of the following types of agents act specifically by inhibiting bacterial growth or reproduction? Bacteriostatic 5. Epidemiology is best described as the study of: The patterns of diseases in communities 6. Which of the following is a mobile, single-celled, parasitic organism? Protozoan 7. Which of the following agencies monitors national diseases data and provides disease information to health care providers? CDC 8. Which of the following statements about herpes simplex type 2 is false? Treatment with acyclovir can eradicate the virues 9. Your pt is a 20 year old female college student who lives in a dorm. She complains of weakness, fever, chills, nausea a rash on her chest and neck pain. PE reveals warm, moist skin; pain with flexion of her neck, and a petechial rash on her chest. HR 92, BP 108/68, RR 14, O2 99%. Which of the following is most appropriate? Place a face maks on your pt and yourself, transport BLS, notify the hospital before arrival and seek follow up care for you and your partner 10. While working in the ER you accidentally stick yourself with the stylette of an IV needle you just used to start an IV. What should you do immediately? Wash the area thoroughly with soap and running water 11. Which of the following statements about mumps is true? Mumps are characterized by enlargement to the salivary glands 12. Mononucleosis presents with all the following S/S except: Hepatomegaly
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13. Which of the following statements about influenza and the influenza virus is false? Receiving a flu shot prevents influenza infection 14. Which of the following is not a known transmission route for hep-b? Insect bites 15. Which hepatitis often presents with hep-d? B 16. A 44 year old male is staying in a homeless shelter is alert and complaining of sob. He has a 2 week history of cough with hemoptysis, fever, chills and night sweats. PE reveals skin to be warm and moist and lung sounds decreased in the right upper lobe with rhonchi. HR 100, BP 142/100, RR 20, O2 95. You should assume this patient has a high likelihood of having? TB 17. Which of the following is best described as a change from the absence of antibodies to detectable levels of antibodies in the blood after exposure to an infectious disease? Seroconversion 18. Your pt is a 64 year old male who is in a rehab facility. He 5 days post op for a repaired hip fx. He is complaining of sob, which has been progressing for the past 2 days. He has a fever and cough productive purulent sputum. PE revelas hot, moist skin and bilateral lower lobe bronchi. HR 122, BP 126/88, O2 92%. Which of the following is most appropriate?
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