p 216 Silver nitrate is administered to a newborns eyes to prevent A genital

P 216 silver nitrate is administered to a newborns

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88.(p. 216)Silver nitrate is administered to a newborn's eyes to prevent A. genital wartsB. T-cellsC. HPV infectionD.gonorrhea Blooms: Remember Hyde - Chapter 08 #88 Learning Objective: 08-02 Describe the transmission; symptoms in males and females; diagnosis; treatment and prevention strategies for each of the sexually transmitted infections; including chlamydia; human pappilomavirus; genital herpes; HIV/AIDS; gonorrhoea; syphilis; viral hepatitis; trichomoniasis; and pubic lice. 89.(p. 217)The treatment of choice for gonorrhea is Blooms: Remember Hyde - Chapter 08 #89 Learning Objective: 08-02 Describe the transmission; symptoms in males and females; diagnosis; treatment and prevention strategies for each of the sexually transmitted infections; including chlamydia; human pappilomavirus; genital herpes; HIV/AIDS; gonorrhoea; syphilis; viral hepatitis; trichomoniasis; and pubic lice. 90.(p. 217)Which STI is sometimes called "the Great Pox?" Blooms: Remember Hyde - Chapter 08 #90 Learning Objective: 08-02 Describe the transmission; symptoms in males and females; diagnosis; treatment and prevention strategies for each of the sexually transmitted infections; including chlamydia; human pappilomavirus; genital herpes; HIV/AIDS; gonorrhoea; syphilis; viral hepatitis; trichomoniasis; and pubic lice.
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91.(p. 217)The first phase of syphilis is characterized by Blooms: Remember Hyde - Chapter 08 #91 Learning Objective: 08-02 Describe the transmission; symptoms in males and females; diagnosis; treatment and prevention strategies for each of the sexually transmitted infections; including chlamydia; human pappilomavirus; genital herpes; HIV/AIDS; gonorrhoea; syphilis; viral hepatitis; trichomoniasis; and pubic lice. 92.(p. 217-218)This STI begins with the appearance of a chancre and possible flu-like symptoms. The chancre then goes away and the long-term effects such as insanity and blindness do not show up until at least a decade or so later. This STI is A. AIDSB. gonorrheaC.syphilisD. herpes genitalis Blooms: Understand Hyde - Chapter 08 #92 Learning Objective: 08-02 Describe the transmission; symptoms in males and females; diagnosis; treatment and prevention strategies for each of the sexually transmitted infections; including chlamydia; human pappilomavirus; genital herpes; HIV/AIDS; gonorrhoea; syphilis; viral hepatitis; trichomoniasis; and pubic lice.
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  • Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior, Oral sex, Sexually transmitted diseases and infections

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