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1.
The disease process includes how a person contracts a disease, what happens to the body and to the disease while the disease progresses and _____.
A.
how long it takes to get cured
B.
how the disease ends
C.
how well the person fights off the disease
D.
what types of medications are used to treat the disease

2.
Mary ate a cheeseburger at the local diner. She later contracted an E. coli bacterial infection from eating the beef in the burger. What was the etiology of Mary’s infection?
A.
The diner
B.
E. coli bacteria
C.
The cheeseburger
D.
Her gastrointestinal system
3.
The etiology of a disease can be a _____.
A.
pathogen
B.
worm
C.
break in the skin
D.
both a and b

4.
Microbes that help you digest food are called _____.
A.
gastric acids
B.
resident flora
C.
normal fauna
D.
digestive bacteria

5.
Beneficial microbes that can travel inside the body can become _____.
A.
normal flora
B.
opportunistic microbes
C.
resident flora
D.
part of the bloodstream

6.
Infections are caused by _____.
A.
harmful microbes
B.
resident flora
C.
pathogens
D.
both a and c

7.
The symptoms of fever, chills, redness and swelling are indicators of _____.
A.
the flu
B.
a dislocation
C.
Alzheimer’s disease
D.
inflammation

8.
_____ are found everywhere and are the most common cause of infection.
A.
Bacteria
B.
Pathogens
C.
Mosquitoes
D.
Viruses

9.
The difference between bacteria and viruses is that _____.
A.
viruses are contagious
B.
viruses must live inside a host
C.
bacteria must live inside a host
D.
viruses are not parasites

10.
Antibiotics _____ kill viruses.
A.
can sometimes
B.
always
C.
do not
D.
are being developed to

11.
Fungi survive by _____.
A.
attaching themselves to a host
B.
digesting rocks and minerals
C.
absorbing and digesting organic material
D.
both a and c

12.
_____ are small bundles of protein.
A.
Bacteria
B.
Viruses
C.
Fungi
D.
Protozoa

13.
Fungi are _____ toxic.
A.
never
B.
sometimes
C.
always
D.
strongly

14.
The tsetse fly is an example of a _____.
A.
mosquito
B.
fungus
C.
parasitic host
D.
parasitic insect

15.
_____ are NOT parasites.
A.
Bacteria
B.
Viruses
C.
Helminthes
D.
Protozoa

16.
Helminths grow in the _____ of animals and humans.
A.
feces
B.
cardiovascular system
C.
respiratory tract
D.
digestive tract

17.
Parasitic worms can be passed from one host to another through _____.
A.
breathing
B.
spit
C.
feces
D.
your dog

18.
Protozoa are a type of parasite found in _____.
A.
feces and urine
B.
water and soil
C.
water and air
D.
water

19.
In developing countries, protozoa may be found in _____.
A.
plants
B.
animals
C.
the air
D.
the water

20.
The body’s first line of defense is the _____.
A.
immune system
B.
mucous
C.
integumentary system
D.
respiratory system

21.
Pain, reddening, swelling, blisters or charred skin are indicators of _____.
A.
a burn
B.
a bacterial infection
C.
malaria
D.
inflammation

22.
_____ is important because of the risk of infection associated with burns.
A.
A daily bath
B.
A sterile environment
C.
Moving the patient every two hours
D.
Applying ointments

23.
Swelling most often occurs as the result of _____.
A.
burns
B.
blunt trauma or too much pressure
C.
being left in one position for too long
D.
bacteria

24.
Sometimes swelling is a sign of _____.
A.
inflammation and infection
B.
fever
C.
compression
D.
both a and c

25.
One of the most important ways that you can help a client avoid bed sores is by _____.
A.
using a gait belt or draw sheet when moving the client
B.
scrubbing the client’s skin well when bathing to revitalize the skin cells
C.
encouraging her to sit in a wheelchair rather than in her bed
D.
reminding the client to keep her bed sheets smoothed

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