Unformatted text preview: isolation are not indicated in rubeola.
215. Rubeola The communicable period for rubeola ranges from 4 days before to 5 days after the rash appears, mainly during the
prodromal stage. Options 1, 2, and 4 are accurate descriptions of rubeola. The small blue-white spots found in this communicable
disease are called Koplik¶s spots. Option 3, the incorrect option, describes the incubation period for rubella, not rubeola.
216. Roseola The method of transmission of roseola is unknown. Options 2, 3, and 4 are not accurate transmission routes of roseola.
The general contraindications for vaccines include a previous anaphylactic reaction to a vaccine or a
component of a vaccine or the presence of a severe illness. The other items listed are not contraindications to receiving a vaccine.
218. Scarlet Fever
Pastia¶s sign describes a rash seen in scarlet fever that will blanch with pressure except in areas of deep creases
and the folds of joints. The tongue initially is coated with a white fur...
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