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Santé Publique Preparation (Pr. Nong Saokry)

 

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1) Examples of antitoxins include:

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2) The most affected region with HIV in the world is:

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3) False negative reactions of tuberculin test (Mantoux) may be produced by:

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4) All answers are true but only one is false. Find the false answer. Prevention of tuberculosis infection include:

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5) All answers are true but only one is false. Find the false answer. When hand washing is
necessary?

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6) Killed or fractionated bacterial vaccines, such as vaccine for:

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7) The preferred drug for treating latent tuberculosis infection include:

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8) Chemo therapeutic or Chemo prophylactic agentis to :

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9) Minor sign of AIDS include:

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10) Eliminating the disease causing agent include:

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11) HIV is transmitted during sexual contact and unprotected sex by:

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12) Guideline for treatment of tuberculosis includes:

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13) Tuberculosis is the infectious disease primarily affecting lung parenchyma is most often caused by:

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14) Vaccination during pregnancy. Pregnant women to substantial risk of exposure may receive a live viral vaccine.
When possible, it should be given during the:

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15) Preventing the organism from multiplying to the level at which it can cause disease include:

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16) Percutaneous entry can be prevented by:

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17) Risk factors of tuberculosis include:

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18) Good health habits may protect a person from certain communicable diseases such as:

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19) All answers are true but only one is false. Find the false answer. Avoiding bites from arthropod vectors by :

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20) Source of infection of HIV. The virus has been found in greatest concentration in:

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21) All answers are true but only one is false. Find the false answer. Complications of tuberculosis infection include:

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22) Direct transmission of the disease is:

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23) All answers are true but only one is false. Find the false answer. Severity of the epidemics of HIV/AIDS determined by:

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24) Disease prevention: Serious diseases, which can include common disease, have significant Sequelae include:

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25) Antiretroviral for HIV/AIDS can:

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26) Direct tests of laboratory diagnosis for HIV/AIDS include:

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27) By Global emergency tuberculosis kill:

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28) Covering their mouths when coughing or sneezing and by using disposable tissues can prevent
organism that spread by:

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29) Canning requires a processing temperature of:

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30) Source of infection of HIV. The virus has been found in lowest concentration in:

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31) Reservoir of infectious diseases include:

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32) Proper canning, preparation, serving, and storage of food can prevent a:

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33) Diseases spread by the airborne route are:

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34) HIV was first identified in USA among homosexuals in:

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35) The first country in the South East Asia Region (SEAR) to report a case of AIDS in1984 is:

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36) Excessive alcohol intake interferes with:

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37) False positive reactions of tuberculin test (Mantoux) may be produced by:

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38) The portal of exit of microorganisms cannot be blocked include:

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39) Indirect tests of laboratory diagnosis for HIV/AIDS include:

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40) Condom use can prevent:

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41) Tuberculosis is transmitted by:

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42) Oral, attenuated poliovirus vaccine (OPV). The primary series of OPV consists of:

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43) HIV is transmitted by:

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44) Killed or fractionated viral vaccines, such as vaccine for:

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45) Untreatable or difficult to treat viral infections include:

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46) Host factors of HIV/AIDS:

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47) Misconceptions concerning contraindications to vaccination: Conditions are reasons for delaying or discontinuing
routine immunizations include:

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48) Vaccines are used for children less than 7 years of age include:

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49) The agent of general methods of control and prevention of acute illnesses has:

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50) Majors sign of AIDS include:

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51) Reactions to vaccine components. If an individual can eat eggs, without adverse effects, then he can be immunized with:

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52) Total physical isolation is used to/ for:

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53) Disease prevention: Common diseases cause a great deal of illness include:

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54) Artificially acquired immunity is immunity from:

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55) Definition of vaccine. Vaccine: is a suspension of:

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56) All answers are true but only one is false. Find the false answer. Risk groups for HIV infection are:

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57) General methods of control and prevention of acute illnesses focus on:

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58) Untreatable or difficult to treat toxogenic infections include:

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59) HIV infection is the most important risk factor for:

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60) Live attenuated viral vaccines are used for preventing:

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