PUBH 1515 & 3202 Study Guideline C

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1 Study Guideline C Public Health 1515/3202 1) Which one of the following statements is not correct? a)An injury is some type of physical damage to an individual as the result of coming into contact with a physical or chemical agent at a rate greater than the individual’s body can tolerate. b)An example of unintentional injury is poisonings c)An example of intentional injury is aggravated assault d)The Haddon Matrix Model is used in the U.S.to help determine possible interventions and/or preventions of particular injuries. e)The most common type of death from injury in a public place is due to falls 2) Which one of the following statements is not correct? a) Cow’s milk is high in protein, calcium, and phosphorus b) Stomach cancer is the most often type of cancer acquired from hormones in milk c) Sodium caseinate is the principle protein in plain cow’s milk d) Fortified milk has vitamins A and D added e) Infant’s immature kidneys are stressed by plain cow’s milk 3) Which one of the following statements is not correct? a) An example of an intentional injury is child abuse b) Males are more prone to violent behavior than females c) Most states use a blood alcohol concentration of .10 g/dl as impaired for driving d)American blacks have a higher rate of suicide and a lower risk of homicide than American whites. e) Having chronic medical conditions can increase the risk of injuries
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2 4) Which one of the following types of energy injuries is the most common cause of injury? a) Radiation b) Thermal c) Electrical d) Kinetic e) Chemical 5) _______ = milk is heated to 143 degrees F for 30 minutes and then cooled rapidly? a) Flash method b) Holding method c) Ultra high temperature d) Gamma radiation 6) _______ = is where an enzyme in milk is destroyed at the same temperature as effectively pasteurized milk? To meet safety standards, 96% of this enzyme must be destroyed. a) Standard plate count b) Phosphatase test c) Coliform count d) Sterile test 7) Which one of the following statements is not correct? a) Condensed milk has a large amount of sugar added during processing b) Formula-fed infants consume a large amount of tap water c) The standards for spraying pesticides for the grain eaten by livestock is greater than the standards for the grain eaten by humans d) Allergic reactions can occur from homogenization of milk due to protein getting into the blood from this process e) A danger from antibiotics in milk is it may lead to secondary bacterial or yeast infections 8) Milk left out to long becomes _____ and tastes bitter? a) Acidic b) Alkaline 9) Which one of the following statements is not correct? a) Lack of clean water is the single greatest threat to mankind today b) The average human uses 75 gallons of water per day c) Fluoride is known to accumulate in the human body and at high levels can become toxic d) Mineral water is water treated by any of a number of chemical or physical processes that remove dissolved solids e) Agriculture is the largest source of sewage today in the U.S.
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3 10) Disability is described as the loss of function of the human body?
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