multiple causation theory b DNA mapping c baseline screening d mapping

Multiple causation theory b dna mapping c baseline

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a. multiple causation theory b. DNA mapping c. baseline screening d. mapping technique Question 7 6.67 / 6.67 pts Examples of infectious disease interventions based on primary prevention include: (Select all that apply) a. restaurant inspections b. rabies pre-exposure immunization c. irresponsible sexual behavior d. tetanus boosters and flu shots Question 8 6.67 / 6.67 pts Following a disaster event, nurses can expect the victims to exhibit behavioral and emotional responses such as: (Select all that apply) a. irritability b. shock
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c. numbness d. being in control Question 9 6.67 / 6.67 pts Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is transmitted through exposure to: (Select all that apply) a. contaminated air b. blood c. semen d. transplanted organs Question 10 6.67 / 6.67 pts Nurses are prepared to use their skills in the following ways in the case of disasters: (Select all that apply) a. assessment b. priority setting c. addressing both preventive and acute care needs
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d. community resource referrals and liaison work Question 11 6.67 / 6.67 pts The most common reportable infectious disease in the United States is: a. congenital syphilis b. Herpes Simplex Virus 2 c. Chlamydia d. Human papillomavirus (HPV) Question 12 6.67 / 6.67 pts
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