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Principles Of Disease And Epidemiology

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Principles of Disease and Epidemiology

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1.  Carriers always have the disease
2.  Transmission by an inanimate reservoir (food, water, air)
3.  Bacteria in the blood
4.  Systemic infection that began as a local infection
5.  Transmission of Disease:requires close association between infected and susceptible host
6.  Which is not a factor for disease
7.  Change in a body that can be measured
8.  Colonization of the body by pathogens
9.  Develops slowly
10.  Viruses in the blood
11.  Vectors:Arthropod carries pathogen on feet
12.  Disease that occurs occasionally
13.  Symptoms between acute and chronic
14.  Study of disease
15.  Disease constantly present in a population
16.  Development of disease
17.  Fraction of a population that contracts a disease during a specific time# of cases of those who just got it
18.  Opportunistic infection after a primary infection
19.  Study of where and when diseases occur
20.  Growth of bacteria in the blood
21.  Transmission of Disease:transmission via airborne droplets
22.  World wide epidemic
23.  Study of the cause of disease
24.  Toxins in the blood
25.  Change in the body function that is felt by the patient as a result of disease
26.  Disease that is EASILY spread from one host to another
27.  Acute infection that causes the initial illness
28.  Disease not transmitted from one host to another
29.  Fraction of a population having a specific disease
30.  Disease acquired by many hosts in a given area in a short time
31.  Toxic inflammatory condition arising from the spread of microbes, especially bacteria or their toxins, from a focus of infection
32.  Number of deaths
33.  Disease with a period of no symptoms when the causative agent is inactive
34.  Disease spread from one host to another
35.  Vectors:Pathogen reproduces in vector
36.  Deaths from noticeable diseases
37.  Abnormal state in which the body is not functioning normally
38.  No noticeable signs or symptoms
39.  Pathogens are limited to a small area
40.  Symptoms develop rapidly
41.  Name 3 continual sources of infection
42.  3 causes of nosocomial infections
43.  An infection throughout the body
44.  Transmission of Disease:spread by fomites (ex: door knobs)
45.  Incidence of a specific notifiable disease
46.  A specific group of signs and symptoms that accompany a disease, usually unknown.
47.  Immunity in most of a population
48.  # of people affected in relation to the total population in a given time period
49.  Type of infection acquired as a result of a hospital stayaffects 5-15% of all hospital patients
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