COH 320 COH320 Final Exam Answers (National University)
COH 320 FINAL EXAM (National University)
- Which of the following is not an example of tertiary prevention?
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) refers to the presence of which of the following conditions?
- Risk factors for adult onset asthma include all of the following except
- Risk factors for type 2 diabetes include all of the following except
- Approximately how many people die annually from TB?
- Non-infectious risk factors for active TB include all of the following except
- By definition, MDR-TB is resistant to which of the following drugs
- Infection by which strain of malaria has the highest case fatality rate?
- Which of the following genetic syndromes are protective against malaria?
- A safe, cheap, and effective method of controlling new malarial infections is
- HIV can be transmitted from person to person in all of the following except
- In the United States, the relative frequency of HIV/AIDS is highest in which ethnic group?
- The causative virus of Kaposi sarcoma is
- Secondary prevention refers to screening for the detection of antecedent conditions that predispose to disease and are curable by effective treatment or detection of disease at an early stage when effective treatment is likely to restore health.
- Approximately what percentage of cancer patients die from their disease in underdeveloped countries without effective cancer prevention and treatment services?
- Primary prevention refers to avoidance of exposure to disease-causing risk factors.
- The diagnosis of COPD is confirmed by lung spirometry when the ratio of forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) to forced vital capacity (FVC) falls below what threshold value?
- The risk factors for COPD include all of the following except:
- According to recent WHO survey data, approximately what fraction of adults are chronic smokers in the world population?
- Environmental tobacco smoke is a significant risk factor for asthma development in children.
- What term best describes genetic predisposition to asthma?
- The diagnosis of asthma is confirmed by lung spirometry when lung dysfunction is partially reversed by administration of what drug?
- The prevalence of type 2 diabetes among US adults 65 years or older is nearly 20%.
- What percentage of diabetics have type 2 disease?
- What is the elevation in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in women with a history of gestational diabetes?
- Obesity is inversely related to CRP level.
- What is the defining threshold BMI for obesity?
- White adipose tissue significantly influences all of the following physiological processes except:
- Approximately how many obese adults are there in the world population?
- The risk of gout is highest in which of the following individuals?
- Major risk factors for osteoarthritis include which of the following?
- Osteoarthritis accounts for about 80% of all cases of arthritis.
- Chronic smoking increases the risk of developing osteoarthritis.
- Approximately what percentage of deaths from malaria occur in sub-Saharan Africa?
- Approximately how many people die from HIV/AIDS each year?
- Approximately what percentage of HIV-infected persons in the US and Europe are co-infected with HCV?
- List and describe the four diagnostic criteria used to identify diabetes. Include the numerical value that indicates the individual is diabetic or needs further testing.
- List and explain three factors that can increase the risk of developing obesity.
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