3 Written questions
3 Matching questions
- Which of the following pairs is mismatched?
a. nosocomial infection—acquired outside the hospital
b. reinfection—repeat infection by the same pathogen
c. cross infection—infection acquired directly from another person
d. self-inoculation—infection spreads from one part of a person's body to a different area
- Which of the following statements regarding blood types is NOT true?
a. Type A blood makes antibodies against Type B blood
b. Type O blood makes antibodies against Type AB blood
c. Type B blood makes antibodies against Type A blood
d. Type AB blood does not make antibodies
- Which blood type is called the Universal Donor?
a. Type A
b. Type B
c. Type O
d. Type AB
- a C
- b A
- c B
5 Multiple choice questions
5 True/False questions
Which of the following conditions is a cancer?
a. polycythemia vera
d. pernicious anemia → C
Which of the following abbreviations is a test for HIV-AIDS?
d. PCP → C
Which of the following statements regarding the different types of leukocytes is NOT true?
a. Monocytes release histamine
b. Eosinophils destroy parasites
c. Neutrophils are phagocytic
d. Lymphocytes protect through immunity activity → A
Which term means disease producing?
d. pathology → B
The watery part of blood is called:
a. red cells
c. white cells
d. platelets → D