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1

What is on the national priorities list?
A. endangered animals
B. air pollution
C. hazardous waste sites

C
National waste sites

2

Which state agency handles our chiropractic license?
A. Public Health Assessment
B. Department of Health
C. Department of Environmental health
D. Public Heath Department

B
DOH

3

Bacilli=
A. Spring shaped
B. Spiral Shaped
C. Rod shaped
D. Spherical

C
ROD

Hit her from the BACk with the ROD

4

Spirochetes=
A. Spring shaped
B. Spiral Shaped
C. Rod shaped
D. Spherical

Spiral

SPIRO=SPIRAL

5

Cocci=
A. Spring shaped
B. Spiral Shaped
C. Rod shaped
D. Spherical

Spherical (circular)

two speherical things hang below your coc

6

Sprilla:
A. Spring shaped
B. Spiral Shaped
C. Rod shaped
D. Spherical

Spring

SPRIL=SPRIG

7

Which of the following describe a symbiosis:
A. One benefits, other doesn't care
B. One benefits, other eaten
C. Both benefit
D. 2 live together

D
2 live together

8

Which represents a parasite:
A. One benefits, other doesn't care
B. One benefits, other eaten
C. Both benefit
D. 2 live together

B
One benefits, one eaten

*the host is eaten on
the parasite benefits

9

Which represents mutualism:
A. One benefits, other doesn't care
B. One benefits, other eaten
C. Both benefit
D. 2 live together

C
Both benefit

*its mutual

10

Commensalism is when:
A. One benefits, other doesn't care
B. One benefits, other eaten
C. Both benefit
D. 2 live together

One is eaten and one doesn't care

COMMUNIST DONT CARE

11

What is best for washing your fruits and veggies?
A. Water
B. Vinegar
C. Sodium water
D. Milk

Vinegar

12

This would be gram + and found in tuna fish salads, eggs, and custard filled pastries. It also has an onset of 2-4 hours:
A. Staph
B. Botulism
C. Cholera
D. Mycobacterium Bovis

Staph

13

Botulism (+) can come from poorly canned veggies, and smoked fish with a typical onset of:
A. 2-4 hours
B. 2 weeks
C. 18-26 hours
D. months to years

18-26 hours

14

What is one of the most common strands on E. Coli (-) :
A. 0157:H7
B. 0157:H2
C. 0175:H7
D. 0155:H5

A
0157:H7

15

E. Coli (-) has an onset of ~2days. Which products would you commonly find E.Coli?
A. Water
B. Seafood
C. Tuna fish salad
D. Fruit exposed to fecal material

D

Also from undercooked meat and some veggies

16

Which of the following would be found in hot dogs, unpasteurized milk and lunch meats?
A. Staph (+)
B. E. Coli (-)
C. Shigella (-)
D. Listeria (+)

Listeria (+)

17

What is the onset for listeria (+)?
A. 2-4 hours
B. 2 weeks
C. 18-26 hours
D. months to years

2 weeks

18

What is most commonly associated with poultry?
A. Shigella (-)
B. Cholera (-)
C. Salmonella (-)
D. Listeria (+)

Salmonella

19

If you ate salmonella infected chicken or eggs, how long would you expect to wait until you start to feel the wrath of it:
A. 12-24 days
B. 2 weeks
C. Months to years
D. 12-48 hours

D
12-48 hours

up to ~ 2days

20

Which of the following is common in seafood and water and can lead to rice water stool?
A. Shigella (-)
B. E.Coli (-)
C. Cholera (-)
D. Cholera (+)

Cholera (-)

it is gram negative

21

This can be found in raw milk and eventually could lead to tuberculosis with an onset of months to years:
A. Shigella (-)
B. Mycobacterium Bovis
C. Cholera (-)
D. Francisella Tularensis

B
Mycobacterium Bovis

22

What is the onset for eating undercooked meat with francisella tularensis?
A. 2 days
B. 24-48 hours
C. 1 hour
D. Few hours to 3 weeks

few hours to 3 weeks

kind of a risk spread eh

23

What are Arboviruses?
A. Viruses spread by insects
B. Viruses spread by fish
C. Viruses spread by snakes
D. Viruses spread by water

A

24

What is a very common trait associated with mosquito spread arboviruses?
A. Encephalitis
B. Bulls eye rash
C. Vomiting
D. Eye pain

A

When in doubt select encephalitis for mosquito spread

25

Which of the following would look like a bulls eye rash?
A. Colorado tick fever
B. Rocky mtn. spotted faver
C. Lyme disease
D. Yellow fever

Lyme disease

26

Which of the following is NOT spread by a tick?
A. Colorado tick fever
B. Rocky mtn. spotted faver
C. Lyme disease
D. Yellow fever

Yellow fever

27

Oh no, you have a patient with sudden fever, severe headaches, seizures and might have just slipped into a coma. He might have bitten by a __________ infected with ____________. (50% infected with this will die)
A. Tick, Lyme disease
B. Mosquito, Eastern Equine Encephalitis
C. Mosquito, Western Equine Encephalitis
D. Mosquito, West Nile

B
Mosquito
Eastern Equine Encephalitis

28

What is the unique side effect of California Encephalitis?
A. Vomiting
B. Bleeding
C. Fever
D. Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain is the odd ball

*you always gotta have abs on the beaches of california

29

If you had yellow fever, what might occur that is abnormal to other mosquito spread diseases?
A. Vomiting
B. Stiff neck
C. Nose bleed
D. Abdominal Pain

Nose bleed

30

Which of the following is associated with a stiff neck, vomiting and ~3% death.
A. Lyme disease
B. Eastern Equine Encephalitis
C. Western Equine Encephalitis
D. West Nile

C
Western Equine Encephalitis

*if you look West when the sun is setting you'll probably vomit and have stiff neck

31

Elderly people are most commonly effected by:
A. Lyme disease
B. Yellow fever
C. St. Louis Encephalitis
D. Rift Valley Fever

St. Louis encephalitis

old people live under the arch

32

Which of the following could cause bleeding:
A. Lyme disease
B. Yellow fever
C. St. Louis Encephalitis
D. Rift Valley Fever

Rift Valley fever

33

Which tick spread disease can result in headache, chills, and eye pain?
A. Colorado tick fever
B. Lyme disease
C. Rocky Mtn. spotted fever
D. Dengue fever

A
Colorado tick fever

34

Which is not a tick spread disease?
A. Colorado tick fever
B. Lyme disease
C. Rocky Mtn. spotted fever
D. Dengue fever

Dengue

this is mosquito

35

Rocky Mtn. Spotted Fever would involve:
A. Bulls eye rash
B. Rash on hands and feet
C. youve had that extra pair of gloves this whole time
D. That John dever is full of shit

B
rash on hands and feet

36

What are the 4 major RE-Emerging diseases?
(TSMM)

Tuberculosis
Small pox
Malaria
Mumps

37

This emerging disease is the most common food borne disease and involves a 1-2 incubation period?
A. Lyssa Virus
B. Nipah virus
C. Norovirus
D. Avain influenza

Norovirus

38

What is the code for Avain influenze (bird blue)?
A. H3N1
B. H1N5
C. H5N1
D. 0157:H7

C
H5N1

it takes 5 hawks to kill 1 Nematode

39

This emerging disease can be fatal and is carried by pigs and bats:
A. Nipah Fever
B. Lyssa Fever
C. Chandipura Virus
D. Norovirus

Nipah

*take you respiratory system out

40

This is also known as Tsutsugamushi fever and has a maculopapular rash?
A. Nipah fever
B. Lyssa fever
C. Scrub typhus
D. Chandipura Virus

Scrub Typhus

* u better scrub that maculopapular rash off

41

Lyssa virus is ______ and leads to death.
A. Rabies like
B. Carried by pigs
C. Caused by person to person contact
D. Found in S.E. Asia

Rabies like

42

Which of the following can lead to death via mosquito bites?
A. Nipah fever
B. Lyssa fever
C. Scrub typhus
D. Chandipura Virus

D
Chandipura virus

43

Which of the following is NOT category A on the biodefense list?
A. Lassa Fever
B. Ebola
C. Mumps
D. Small pox

Mumps

44

Which of the following is NOT category A on the biodefense list?
A. Nipah fever
B. Botulism
C. Flavirus (dengue)
D. Anthrax

Nipah fever

45

Which of the following is NOT category A on the biodefense list?
A. Tularemia
B. Bunya Virus
C. Malaria
D. Hantavirus

Malaria