Enterobiasis nursing interventions

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enterobiasis nursing interventions

Prisacaru CM Basic prevention measures in intestinal infections are: a [x] detection of infection sources b [x] detection and treatment of carriers c [x] sanitary-hygienic measures d [ ] vaccination of susceptible persons e [x] prophylactic and terminal disinfection Prisacaru CM Epidemiological classification of infectiuos diseases is based on: a [x] source of infection b [ ] clinical evolution of enterobiasis nursing interventions c [x] mechanism of transmission of infection d [ ] routes enterobiasis nursing interventions transmission of infection e [x] ecological relationship with animals Prisacaru CM In case of habitual contact, for epidemic process are characteristic: a [x] appearance of diseases in chain b [ ] minimum period of incubation c [x] uniform contamination of all age groups d [ ] joining to the hydric factor e [x] HAV transmission, E.

Prisacaru CM Foodborne eruption is characterized by: a [ ] appearance of diseases in chain b [x] evident seasonality c [x] minimum period of incubation d [ ] joining to the hydric factor e [ enterobiasis nursing interventions variable morbidity according to the level of severity Prisacaru CM Social factors that can start enterobiasis nursing interventions process can be: a enterobiasis nursing interventions ] density of the population in the country b [x] social-economic situation of the population c enterobiasis nursing interventions religious affiliation d [ ] possibility of performing a wide range of alternative investigations e [ ] cost of treatment Prisacaru CM Natural factors that contribute the onset of the epidemiological process among the population, are: a [ ] high density of population b [ ] gender of the receptive population c [x] landscape of the territory d [x] temperature and humidity e [x] atmospheric pressure Prisacaru CM Biological factors that contribute to the development of epidemic process among the population, are: a [ ] high density of population b [x] receptivity of the population c [ ] environmental conditions d [x] pathogen resistance in the environment enterobiasis nursing interventions [ ] sensitivity of causative agent to disinfectants Prisacaru CM Stages of the mechanism of transmission are: a [ ] movement of the pathogenic agents to the host b [x] elimination of the causative agent of infectious disease from the source of infection into the environment c [x] maintaining of the pathogenic agents in the environment d [ ] changes of causative agent under the action of environmental factors e [x] entrance of causative agent in the susceptible population Prisacaru CS The most efective method to control the quality of disinfection is: a [ ] chemical.

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