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naturally acquired passive
this type of immunity which is the result of placetal transfer of antibodies is called
The serum derived from an animal that has been immunized to an infectous desease and is used to confer immunity to others, including humans, is called
A foreign protein, which when introduced into the body, excistes the body cells to produce antibodies against inself, is called an
artifically acquired passive
The type acquired immunity that results from the inoculaton of immune serum is called
Substances produced by body cells to combat foregin proteins intorduced into the living body are called
Antibodies that inactiviate bacterial cells by causing the cells to form clumps are called
The causative agent of a disease modified in such a manner that it will no longer cause the disease but will still promote the producton of antibodies is an
The organisms responsibile for the infection epidemic meningitis exit from the host by means of
Ophtalmia neonatorum is an infection caused by a species of bacteria which is a member of the genus
Which of the following organisms has a high lipid content of a cell wall?
Which of the following diseases may be caused by the organisms responsible for infection entering the body through the unbroken skin?
Which of the following organisms is capable of forming capsules when living as parasites?
A bacterium that pefers dead inorganic material, but can also obtain nourishment from living orgainc material is an
Immunities resulting from natural processes not involving lab procedures.
Naturally active, naturally passive, artificially active, and artificially passive are all types of:
Produce a catalyzing enzyme for decomposition
Saprophytic bacteria exhibit all of the following charateristics EXCEPT:
Low tension liquids spread over a greater area
Surface tension is significant in disinfection because:
The process of completely removing or destroying all microorganisms on a substance by exposure to chemical or physical agents, exposure to ionizing radiation, or by filtering gas or liquids through porous materials that remove microorganisms is called:
what infection is one which is the causative agents enter the body from the outside by entering through one of the portals of entry?
A substance that induces the formation of antibodies and that interact specifically with them is:
The state or condition in which the body, or part of it, is invaded by a pathogenic agent that, under favorable conditions, multiplies and produces injurious effects is called:
Grows by infiltration and Causes tissue damage
Which of the following are true of malignant neoplasm's ?
Speed of action, Ability to attack a broad base of bacteria,
When properly disinfecting embalming equipment, you should consider the following qualities of the disinfectant:
An importnant factor in any consideration of the mode of action of antimicrobial compunds is
provides an effective barrier to portals of entry and is required by Osha's bloodborne pathogen rule.
Wearing protective clothing and exercising Universial Precautions while removing the deceased from the place of death
A bacteria that grows and reproduces best in the
presence of oxygen, but can also grow and
reproduce in its absence, is a
The process of destroying pathogenic micoroorganisms or inhibiting their growth and vital activity.
A living organism or an object that is capable of transmitting infections by carrying the disease agent on its external body parts or surface.
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