5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
- Mode of transmission
- Hepatitis B
- a An alternate host or passive carrier of a pathogenic organism.
- b Conducts research and makes recommendations for the prevention of work related disease and injury. The institute is a part of the CDC.
- c By which a communication, document, or record travels from its originator to the intended audience or receiver.
- d Potentially serious form of liver inflammation due to infection by virus (HBV). It occurs in both rapidly developing (acute) and long-lasting (chronic) forms, and is one of the most common chronic infectious diseases worldwide.
- e Solutions that are applied to the directly to the skin to prevent or slow growth of pathogens.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Process that begins when an agent leaves its reservoir or host through a portal of exit, and is conveyed by some mode of transmission, then enters through an appropriate portal of entry to infect a susceptible host.
- Satisfies certain standards of efficiency such as those set by the United States Department of Energy (DOE). Must remove 99.97% of all particles greater than 0.3 micrometer from the air that passes through.
- Bacteria that do not require oxygen.
- An inanimate object or substance, such as clothing, furniture, or soap, that is capable of transmitting infectious organisms from one individual to another.
- A place that provides a way for the microorganism to leave
5 True/False Questions
AIDS → An organism that harbors or nourishes another organism (the parasite)
Contagious → Capable of being transmitted from one individual to another; communicable.
Body alignment → The correct relationship or position of the head, back, and limbs.
Body mechanics → Positions and movements used to maintain proper posture and avoid muscle and bone injuries.
Tuberculosis → An alternate host or passive carrier of a pathogenic organism.