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Transcript
Pre-test Answers for "Invisible Intruders"
1.
Infectious agents enter our body through food, water and through skin-to-skin
contact.
True
False
2.
Infection spreads faster at less crowded places.
True
False
3.
Good sanitary conditions decrease our chances of getting some type of infections.
True
False
4.
Tuberculosis is caused by a virus?
True
False
Post-test Answers for "Invisible Intruders"
1.
Consider yourself as the local county health inspector. On the 21st of March you
were informed that 5 patients with Legionnaires disease were admitted in the
Local county hospital. When you checked on the 23rd of March you found out
that the number of patients admitted with Legionnaires disease is 10. What
conclusions would you draw?
2.
A.
Transmission rate has increased.
B.
Transmission rate has decreased.
C.
There is no change in the transmission rate.
D.
None of the above.
You are a hospital lab technician. You get some stool sample for analysis. They
had a rice water appearance. What disease would come to your mind?
A.
Salmonellosis
B.
Meningitis
C.
Cholera
D.
Tuberculosis
3.
Tom caught an infection on the 20th of September after he ate food at a local
restaurant. He was all right till 24th of September. He got nausea, vomiting and
diarrhea on the 24th of September. The incubation period is:
4.
A.
2 days
B.
3 days
C.
4 days
D.
5 days
Stephanie came to the children’s hospital on the 10th of July. She had an itchy
rash, which then formed into blisters that dried and became scabs in 4-5 days. She
could be having which of the following disease.
5.
A.
Influenza
B.
Chickenpox
C.
Tuberculosis
D.
Diphtheria
What microorganism causes food poisoning?
A.
Corynebacterium diphtheria
B.
Neisseria Meningitides
C.
Varicella-Zoster
D.
6.
7.
Staphylococcus Aureus
AIDS spreads from one person to another through (circle all that is applicable):
A.
Food
B.
Water
C.
Sexual contact
D.
Sharing needles
E.
Sitting on the same table
Which of the following is the property of infectious agent (circle the best
answer)?
8.
A.
Ability to reproduce.
B.
Ability to be transmitted to the host.
C.
Ability to cause disease.
D.
All of the above
The time interval from initial infection until the start of infectiousness. is
called______
A.
Incubation period
9.
10.
11.
B.
Latent period
C.
Infectious period
D.
Interval period
Transmission through human-to-human contact is which mode of transmission?
A.
Direct
B.
Vector
C.
All of the above
D.
None of the above
Clostridium botulinum causes which of the following illness?
A.
Tuberculosis
B.
Cholera
C.
Food poisoning
D.
Influenza
Influenza virus gets transmitted through respiratory droplets
A.
True
B.
False
12
Itchy rash is formed on the body when you get which of the following disease?
A.
Tuberculosis
B.
Chicken pox
C.
Hepatitis
D.
Influenza