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Hand washing guidelines have been established by CDC
Which of the following bacteria should be handled in BSL2 Salmonella
Ebola viruses need to be handled in which of the following BSL BSL4
Many peptic ulcers are due to H. Pylori
Bacillary dysentery is also called Shigellosis
Bacillus intoxication is caused by Bacillus cereus
Which of the following organisms produces aflatoxin, a carcinogenic substance Aspergillus flavus
Typhoid fever is caused by the bacterium Salmonella enterica
Botulism is a disease caused by the production of a potent neurotoxin by bacteria of the genus Clostridium
The toxic condition caused by the multiplication of bacteria in the blood is referred to as Septicemia
When microorganisms enter the circulatory system through the lymphatic drainage and cause an infection the condition is called Microbemia
Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory disease and rare complication of Strep throat
Rocky Mountain spotted fever is caused by Rickettsia rickettsii
Malaria is caused by a Protozoan
Tularemia is also referred to as Rabbit fever
The main organs/structures of the urinary system are the Kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra
The primary bacterium responsible for most UTIs is E. coli
The group most susceptible to recurring UTIs is Women
The urinary tract infection involving infection of the urinary bladder is called Cystitis
A urinary tract infection of the kidneys is called Pyelonephritis
The presence of bacteria in the urine is called Bacteriuria
Glomerulonephritis is also called Bright's disease
Bacterial infections of the female reproductive system include Vaginitis, TSS, endometritis, salpingitis
The normal flora present in the healthy male reproductive system is best characterized as Sterile, no normal flora
Factors that can increase the chances of vaginitis are use of antibiotics, pregnancy, menopause
The drug most often used in fighting protozoan infections of the reproductive system is Metronidazole
Vaginal infections that are resulting from an overgrowth of normal flora are called Endogenous infections
Which of the following STIs is also referred to as the "great imitator" Syphilis
Gummas are characteristic lesions of Syphilis
A red-brown rash on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet are typical of Syphilis
Which of the following agent can be used in the treatment of balanitis Tolnaftate
The establishment and further spreading of an infectious disease within a new population is a process called Adoption
Which of the following diseases can be transmitted by a tick Tularemia
Decontamination is defined as the Reduction or removal of unwanted chemical or biological agents
The cleaning of glassware and tableware in restaurants falls into the category of Sanitization
A toxic, odorless gas often used as a sterilizing agent in hospitals and dental officials is Ethylene oxide
The antibody found in body secretions is IgA
Immunity that is a result of an actual infection is called Naturally acquired active immunity
T cells (T lymphocytes) are divided into four categories Killer T cells, helper T cells, suppressor T cells, memory T cells
The category of immunoglobulins that can also be found in colostrum and mother's milk is IgA
A set of guilds is referred to as a Community
Which of the following zones is present only in oceans Abyssal zone
The most lethal form of anthrax is Inhalation anthrax
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