PUBH 1515 Practice Midterm 2 Study Guide

PUBH 1515 Practice Midterm 2 Study Guide - 1 Test # _______...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Test # _______ PUBLIC HEALTH 3202 Midterm 2 Study Guide Public Health Midterm 2 Study Guide Dr. James Oppenheim 2 1) Which method of disease control is used to kill the biologic agents internally? a) Chemotherapeutic b) Disinfectant c) Chlorination d) Heat 2) A common disinfectant is a _____ solution of household bleach and water? a) 1:10 b) 1:5 c) 1:1 d) 1:15 3) Steam serving tables should maintain a minimum temperature of _____ degrees F? a) 150 b) 140 c) 160 d) 170 4) Refrigeration should have temperatures below _____ degrees F? a) 55 b) 25 c) 35 d) 45 5) Good health habits such as rest, exercise and a balanced diet may protect a person from diseases? a) True b) False 6) When used as a vaccine, Cholera is used in which form? a) Live attenuated virus b) Fractionated virus c) Fractionated bacteria d) Live attenuated bacteria 7) Which immunoglobulin increases with mucosal irritation, exercise and alcoholism? a) IgG b) IgA c) IgM d) IgE 8) Which immunoglobulin increases with rheumatoid factors and gram negative disease? a) IgG b) IgA c) IgM d) IgE Public Health Midterm 2 Study Guide Dr. James Oppenheim 3 9) Live attenuated viral vaccines should not be given to pregnant women or to those likely to become pregnant within 3 months of receiving the vaccine? a) True b) False 10) A patient comes into your ofce with; a sore throat, nasal discharge, hoarseness, malaise and fever followed by toxemia and prostration. Upon inspection you observe a tenacious gray membrane on their tonsils and pharynx. Which one of the following conditions does your patient present with? a) Pertussis b) Mumps c) Tetanus d) Diphtheria e) Meningitis 11) A patient comes into your ofce with; a history of wound contamination, jaw stiffness, neck stiffness, dysphagia and irritability. The patient has a gram-positive bacterial culture. Which one of the following conditions does your patient present with? a) Pertussis b) Mumps c) Tetanus d) Diphtheria e) Meningitis 12) A patient comes into your ofce with; bursts of rapid, consecutive coughs followed by a deep, high pitched inspiration. The patient has a gram-negative bacteria culture. Which one of the following conditions does your patient present with? a) Pertussis b) Mumps c) Tetanus d) Diphtheria e) Meningitis 13) A patient comes into your ofce with; fever, malaise, testicular swelling and tenderness. The patient has a viral (paramyxovirus) RNA virus. Which one of the following conditions does your patient present with? a) Pertussis b) Mumps c) Tetanus d) Diphtheria e) Meningitis 14) Inuenza outbreaks have a characteristic pattern of coming into a community quickly with a peak activity occurring in the 2nd and 3rd weeks and ending in the 5th and 6th weeks?...
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PUBH 1515 Practice Midterm 2 Study Guide - 1 Test # _______...

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