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Hiv Aids

1.  HIV stands for what?
A) Human Immunodeficiency Virus
B) Acquired Immune Deficiency
2.  The term AIDS stands for what?
A) Human Immunodeficiency Virus
B) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
3.  HIV disease progresses to AIDS when the CD4+ T cell count drops below what level?
A) 50 cell/mm
B) 100 cell/mm
C) 200 cell/mm
D) 300 cells/mm
4.  CD4+ T cells are a type of what?
A) white blood cell that fights infections
B) red blood cell that fights infections
5.  Body fluids that pass the Virus include?
A) blood
B) semen
C) vaginal fluid
D) all of the above
6.  What body fluids might health care workers come in contact with?
A) cerebrospinal fluid surrounding the brain and the spinal cord
B) synovial fluid surrounding bone joints
C) amniotic fluid surrounding a fetus
D) all of the above
7.  HIV is spread by?
A) sexual contact with an infected person
B) by sharing needles and/or syringes with someone who is infected
C) through transfusions of infected blood or blood clotting factors
D) all of the above
8.  HIV-related stigma refers to all unfavorable attitudes, beliefs, and policies directed toward people perceived to have HIV/AIDS as well as toward their significant others and loved ones.
A) True
B) False
9.  In the health care setting, workers have been infected with HIV after?
A) being stuck with needles containing HIV-infected blood
B) after infected blood gets into a worker’s open cut or a mucous membrane
C) both of the above
10.  Which US state has the most reported cases of HIV/AIDS?
A) New York
B) Florida
C) Texas
D) New Jersey
11.  What population accounts for the largest number of people reported with AIDS each year?
A) Men to women sex
B) Men to men sex
C) Healthcare workers
12.  Most people will develop detectable antibodies within how many months after infection?
A) one month
B) two months
C) three months
D) four months
13.  Which HIV/AIDS test is approved by the Food and Drug Administration?
A) Ora-Quick
B) Home Access Test
C) Rapid Test
14.  Condoms are classified as medical devices and are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.
A) True
B) False
15.  What family of drugs are used to treat the HIV infection?
A) Antibiotics
B) Antiretroviral
C) Antipsychotic
16.   Why do many patients have difficulty adhering to an HIV treatment plan?
A) unpleasant side effects
B) sleeping through doses
C) traveling away from home
D) all of the above
17.  AIDS wasting is the involuntary loss of more than what % of body weight?
A) 5%
B) 10%
C) 15%
D) 25%
18.  What factors contribute to AIDS wasting?
A) Low food intake
B) Poor nutrient absorption
C) Altered metabolism
D) all of the above
19.  Components of an HIV counseling session should include?
A) risk management
B) acknowledge and provide support
C) clarify misconceptions
D) all of the above
20.  The most commonly observed psychiatric disorder of the HIV patient is depression?
A) True
B) False