Chapter 14 Review
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Which of the following scientists connected a fungus to a silk worm disease?
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Which of the following scientists connected hand washing to a reduction in puerperal fever?
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Which of the following scientists was a proponent of the sterilization of surgical instruments with phenol?
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Which of the following scientists connected a protozoan to a silkworm disease?
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Which of the following scientists connected etiologic agents to disease using a series of postulates?
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Which of the following experiments was completed first during the Golden Age of Epidemiology?
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Which of the following experiments was completed second during the Golden Age of Epidemiology?
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Which of the following experiments was completed third during the Golden Age of Epidemiology?
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Which of the following experiments was completed fourth during the Golden Age of Epidemiology?
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Which of the following experiments was completed last during the Golden Age of Epidemiology?
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A symbiotic relationship where one partner benefits and the other is not affected is called _____.
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A symbiotic relationship where both partners benefit is called _____.
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A symbiotic relationship one partner benefits and the other is harmed is called _____.
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Which of the following is illustrated in step 1 above.
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Which of the following is illustrated in step 2a above.
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Which of the following is illustrated in step 2b above.
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Which of the following is illustrated in step 3 above.
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Which of the following is illustrated in step 4 above.
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Which of the following is illustrated in step 5a above.
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Which of the following is illustrated in step 5b above.
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An epidemiological experiment where there is a retrospective collection and analysis of data is _____.
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An epidemiological experiment where a controlled experiment is done is _____.
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An epidemiological experiment where there is a comparison between healthy and diseased subjects is _____.
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The study of disease transmission is called _____.
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The study of disease progression is called _____.
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The study of the causative agent of disease is called _____.
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The colonization of the body by pathogens is called _____.
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Abnormal body function is called _____.
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Together, the signs and symptoms of disease are known as _____.
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A disease which can be transmitted from one person to another is known as a _____ disease.
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A disease which can be transmitted easily from one person to another is known as a _____ disease.
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A disease which cannot be transmitted from one person to another is known as a _____ disease.
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The _____ of disease are those outward things which can be observed and/or measured.
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The _____ of disease are those things which are felt and cannot be measured.
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A disease which occurs at a low, constant, expected rate is a(n) _____ disease.
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A disease which occurs at a greater than expected rate on more than one continent is a(n) _____ disease.
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A disease which routinely comes and goes in a population is a(n) _____ disease.
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A disease which occurs at a greater than expected rate is a(n) _____ disease.
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The phenomenon whereby resistant individuals in a population protect susceptible individuals is ______.
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A(n) _____ disease is one which has a slow progression and long duration.
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A(n) _____ disease is one which has a rapid progression and short duration.
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A(n) _____ disease is one which can be defined as one whose symptoms vacillate between acute and chronic.
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A(n) _____ disease is one which has periods of inactivity where there are no signs or symptoms of disease.
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A(n) _____ disease is one whose progression and duration are intermediate.
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Which of the following are not predisposing factors for how severe a disease will manifest in a given individual?
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What is pictured in phase 1 of the figure below?
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What is pictured in phase 2 of the figure below?
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What is pictured in phase 3 of the figure below?
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What is pictured in phase 4 of the figure below?
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What is pictured in phase 5 of the figure below?
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Sexually transmitted diseases are examples of _____ diseases.
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If I sneeze on your face, that is an example of a(n) _____ transmitted disease.
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If I sneeze onto the lab bench and then you touch the lab bench and touch your face, that is an example of a(n) _____ transmitted disease.
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If a disease travels through the air conditioning ventilation system from our lab to a lab downstairs and makes someone sick, that is an example of a(n) _____ transmitted disease.
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If a disease causing organism is deposited into a reservoir and then sent into the drinking water, that is an example of a(n) _____ transmitted disease.
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If a person working at a franchise submarine sandwich shop is ill with Norovirus and that person washes his hands and the viruses adhere to lettuce, which are then consumed by a person, that is an example of a(n) _____ transmitted disease.
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If a fly lands on your food after landing on a pile of manure, and it delivers bacteria to your gastrointestinal tract, that is an example of a(n) _____ transmitted disease.
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If a mosquito is infected with Malaria causing Plasmodium, and the mosquito bites you, and you contact Malaria, that is an example of a(n) _____ transmitted disease.
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A scratch that becomes infected is a(n) _____.
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An infection that travels through the bloodstream to infect an entire organism is called a(n) _____.
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An infection that begins in one area of the body and then travels to a particular second part of the body is called a(n) _____.
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An infection that is caused by more than one organism is called a(n) _____.
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An infection whose presence or treatment can cause a different infection is called a(n) _____.
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An infection which is caused by the presence or treatment of an initial infection is called a(n) _____.
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An infectious agent which causes no noticeable signs or symptoms is called a(n) _____.
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_____ is defined as the presence of bacteria in the blood.
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_____ is defined as the presence of viruses in the blood.
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_____ is defined as the presence of toxins in the blood.
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_____ is defined as the growth of bacteria in the blood.
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Nosocomial infections are, by definition, acquired _____ hospitalization or treatment in a healthcare facility.
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Which of the following infections are associated with ventilation and/or intubation?
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Which of the following infections are associated with having a catheter?
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Which of the following infections are associated with having a central line?
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