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HSA/535 HSA535 HSA 535 Midterm Exam Part 2

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HSA 535 Midterm Exam Part 2 • Question 1 In the Yearly Mortality Bill for 1632, consumption referred to: • Question 2 Which of the following is not usually an aim of epidemiology? • Question 3 John Snow, author of Snow on Cholera: • Question 4 Cyclic variations in the occurrence of pneumonia and influenza mortality may reflect: • Question 5 Which of the following activities characterizes a clinical approach (as opposed to an epidemiologic approach)? • Question 6 Which of the following activities characterizes an epidemiologic approach (as opposed to a clinical approach)? • Question 7 The Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) is responsible for (give the best answer): • Question 8 Increases in lung cancer mortality, especially among women, illustrate which of the following trends in disease occurrence? • Question 9 Indicate the level of prevention that is represented by nutritional counseling for pregnant women Selected Answer: Primary Prevention Active Correct Answer: Primary Prevention Active • Question 10 The difference between primary and secondary prevention of disease is: • Question 11 Indicate the level of prevention that is represented by screening for breast cancer • Question 12 Indicate the level of prevention that is represented by pasteurization of milk • Question 13 Indicate the level of prevention that is represented by immunization against rubella • Question 14 Indicate the level of prevention that is represented by half-way houses for persons recovering from addiction • Question 15 The risk of acquiring a given disease during a time period is best determined by: • Question 16 The fundamental tool for etiologic studies of both acute and chronic diseases. Is this a use for incidence or prevalence data? • Question 17 The incidence of a disease is five times greater in men than in women, but the prevalence shows no sex difference. The most likely explanation is that: • Question 18 To provide a direct estimate of the risk of developing a disease. Is this a use for incidence or prevalence data? • Question 19 Blood pressure measurements on adult males 30-39 years of age were obtained in a survey of a representative sample of Twin Cities households. To compare the frequency of hypertension in the white and non-white population surveyed, the most appropriate measure is the: • Question 20 An epidemiologic survey of roller-skating injuries in Metroville, a city with a population of 100,000 (during the midpoint of the year), produced the following data for a particular year: The proportional mortality ratio (%) due to roller-skating was: • Question 21 An epidemiologic survey of roller-skating injuries in Metroville, a city with a population of 100,000 (during the midpoint of the year), produced the following data for a particular year: The crude death rate for all causes was: • Question 22 An epidemiologic survey of roller-skating injuries in Metroville, a city with a population of 100,000 (during the midpoint of the year), produced the following data for a particular year: • Question 23 Lung cancer mortality among women is increasing faster than among men. What factor(s) would most likely account for this increased cancer rate? • Question 24 According to classic studies, age-standardized morbidity rates in the United States for acute conditions, chronic conditions, and disability due to acute conditions show the following sex differences: • Question 25 Age-specific and age-adjusted mortality rates by sex in the United States generally show

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