HLTH 625 Quiz 1,2,3

HLTH 625 Quiz 1

  1. When comparing lower income countries to high income countries deaths from Group I causes of disease there is a
  2. People living in developing countries face
  3. Since 1950
  4. International Health Regulation 2005 identifies four specific disease entities that are always considered to be unusual or unexpected by the WHO and because the potential serious public health constitute a public health emergency of international concern. Which of the following is not among the four diseases?
  5. Mass vaccination programs are used when there is a need to rapidly increase population (herd) immunity. The rationale for this approach is particularly strong when
  6. Reporting of disease events to the WHO are effectively defined by each of the following criteria except…
  7. The current international health regulations consider not only specific diseases but the environmental factors that increase the risk of disease. They were written in
  8. The International Health Regulations (2005) were proactive in the provision of specific reporting criteria for suspected intentional or deliberate releases harmful agents.
  9. Worldwide approximately one death in every three is from
  10. Public Health Emergencies of International Concern was the product of the collaborative experience from the response to the emergence of
  11. Name three useful criteria (there are more than three) to characterize and analyze the risk posed by an infectious agent.

HLTH 625 Quiz 2

  1. Approximately 95% of naturally acquired human cases of anthrax are
  2. Plague has occurred sporadically in the western United States since 1970. Typically,
  3. The endemic zone for sylvatic yellow fever includes
  4. The clinical hallmarks of leprosy are thicken peripheral nerves and
  5. In most years over 90% of all influenza deaths are among
  6. Latent tuberculosis…
  7. When considering the treatment of latent tuberculosis of a pregnant woman
  8. Person-to-person transmission of anthrax is
  9. The sylvatic cycle of yellow fever is also known as the
  10. Humans are usual reservoir for leprosy; however, the disease has been identified in
  11. Why are injectable cholera vaccines not recommended by the World Health Organization?

HLTH 625 Quiz 3

  1. Before the development of a vaccine, measles killed approximately
  2. Adverse reactions to diphtheria vaccine
  3. In tropical climates, measles occurs primarily during
  4. Hepatitis A is transmitted by
  5. HBsAg-positive individuals are
  6. Primary immunization series with tetanus lasts for
  7. Delta Hepatitis appears to require previous or co-infection with
  8. Breakthrough varicella is defined as varicella
  9. Whole-cell pertussis vaccine
  10. Mass immunization is effective to control outbreaks of diphtheria. Household contacts of cases of diphtheria should also
  11. Pertussis (whooping cough) has recently made resurgence after a long period of low incidence rates. How have vaccination practices contributed to the changing epidemiology?
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