40 the widespread necrosis of respiratory mucosa

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40. The widespread necrosis of respiratory mucosa caused by an influenza infection often gives rise to: a. severe anemia. b. secondary infections. c. asthma. d. emphysema. ANS: B REF: 110 GOULDS PATHOPHYSIOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS 6TH EDITION HUBERT TEST BANK
41. Prions cannot be cultured in a PETRI plate of media because: REF: 98
42. Which of the following statements applies to Influenza A H1N1? REF: 93
43. Which of the following does NOT directly determine the virulence of a microbe? REF: 101
44. Which of the following is a function of interferons? a. They block the invasion of pathogenic bacteria. b. They reduce the inflammatory response to local infection. c. They increase host cell resistance to viral invasion. d. They may facilitate the spread of some cancer cells. ANS: C REF: 100
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45. Inflamed tissue is likely to become infected because: REF: 105 GOULDS PATHOPHYSIOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS 6TH EDITION HUBERT TEST BANK
46. When an infectious disease is occurring globally at a higher rate than usual, it may be designated as a/an: REF: 99
47. Which of the following is the primary difference between an antiseptic and a disinfectant? REF: 103-104
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NURSINGTB.COM 48. Drugs that are designed to inhibit or slow down growth of microbes but not necessarily kill them are considered: a. ineffective. b. bacteriostatic. c. narrow-spectrum. d. bactericidal. ANS: B REF: 107

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