DIF Cognitive Level Knowledge REF p 526 Question 5 667 out of 667 points

Dif cognitive level knowledge ref p 526 question 5

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DIF . Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . p. 526 Question 5 6.67 out of 6.67 points Worldwide, infectious diseases are the leading killer of older adults. Selected Answer: Fals e Correct Answer: Fals e Response Feedback: Worldwide, infectious diseases are the leading killer of children and young adults. DIF . Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . p. 289 Question 6 6.67 out of 6.67 points
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A method used by public health workers to track the source of an infection in the Watersedge case is known as the: Selected Answer: d. mapping technique Correct Answer: d. mapping technique Response Feedback: A method used by public health workers to track the source of an infection in the Watersedge case is known as mapping technique. DIF . Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF. Course Video Question 7 6.67 out of 6.67 points Examples of infectious disease interventions based on primary prevention include: (Select all that apply) Selected Answers: a. restaurant inspections b. rabies pre-exposure immunization d. tetanus boosters and flu shots Correct Answers: a. restaurant inspections b. rabies pre-exposure immunization d. tetanus boosters and flu shots Response Feedback: Examples of infectious disease interventions based on primary prevention include: restaurant inspections, rabies pre-exposure immunizations, tetanus boosters, and flu shots. DIF . Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . p. 297 Question 8 6.67 out of 6.67 points Following a disaster event, nurses can expect the victims to exhibit behavioral and emotional responses such as: (Select all that apply) Selected Answers: a. irritability
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b. shock c. numbness Correct Answers: a. irritability b. shock c. numbness Response Feedback: Following a disaster event, nurses can expect the victims to exhibit behaviors including irritability, shock, and numbness.
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