HCS330 WEEK 1 DQ 1

What were the major breakthroughs that contributed to a more scientific understanding of disease causation?

HIM 205 Anatomy and Physiology w2a1

How Enzymes Function

Complete the  How Enzymes Function modules and accompanying exercises in the LabSmart platform within Connect. Remember to submit your Overall Mastery score for grading in the connect link within the online classroom to guarantee you receive attendance credit for completing the lab.

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Due: 8 – 10 hours maximum

 

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Morbidity and Mortality

Morbidity and mortality are the two demographic phenomena most commonly studied in epidemiology. These two phenomena allow us to view disease trends and associated changes over time.

Discuss morbidity and mortality in terms of how you would use them in developing prevention strategies aimed at increasing attention to disease and decreasing adverse health outcomes. Which phenomenon is better to study to develop preventive strategies? Why?

Justify your response using examples and reasoning. Comment on the postings of at least two classmates, explaining whether you agree or disagree with their views.

Evaluation Criteria:Discussed how morbidity and mortality would be used to develop prevention strategies aimed at increasing attention to disease and decreasing adverse health outcomes.Explained which phenomenon is better to study to develop preventive strategies and justified the answer.Justified answers with appropriate research and reasoning by using examples and references from textbooks, the South University Online Library, and other acceptable references, citing the sources in APA format.Commented on the postings of at least two classmates by asking questions, provided a point of view with a rationale, challenged a point of the discussion, or made a relationship between two or more points.

Facility Design

 

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Due: 14- 18 hours

 

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dis: technology

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Learning Resources

 

Required Resources

ReadingsU.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Reassessing your security practices in a health IT environment: A guide for small health care practices. [Part of the Health IT Privacy and Security Toolkit.]

The Health IT Privacy and Security Toolkit was developed by the Department of Health and Human Services and is considered federal government information and is in the public domain. Provided by http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understanding/special/healthit/.

Read pp. 6–9, “Securing Electronic Health Information in Your Health IT Environment.”  
 American Hospital Association. (1992, October 21). A patient’s bill of rights. Retrieved from http://www.patienttalk.info/AHA-Patient_Bill_of_Rights.htm

WebsitesHealthcare Information and Management Systems Society. (n.d.). Why Do We Need Interoperability Standards? Retrieved from:http://www.himss.org/library/interoperability-standards/why-do-we-need-standards?navItemNumber=17493
 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Interoperability vs Health Information Exchange: Setting the Record Straight. Retrieved from:http://www.healthit.gov/buzz-blog/meaningful-use/interoperability-health-information-exchange-setting-record-straight/
 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Standards & Interoperability. Retrieved from: http://www.healthit.gov/providers-professionals/ehr-interoperability
 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Health Information Privacy, Guidance Materials for Consumers. Retrieved fromhttp://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understanding/consumers/index.html

 

Optional Resources

ReadingsU.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2010, June 22). Fact Sheet: The Affordable Care Act’s New Patient Bill of Rights. Retrieved fromhttp://www.healthcare.gov/news/factsheets/2010/06/aca-new-patients-bill-of-rights.html

 

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Develop a water sustainability plan for your city, hometown, or neighborhood. The plan should include sources of pollution and ways in which you plan on addressing these sources. Present your plan to the local city council.

Develop a 7-10 slide PowerPoint Presentation to present the sustainability plan. Include the following in your presentation: An introduction that identifies the main challenges of managing a fresh water resource in your home town or city. State the activities that have impacted this local fresh water supply. Include the name of the lake or river, the specific pollution sources, and the pollutants in your presentation. Describe how these pollutants have impacted (or could impact) human health, plants, and wildlife. Present a plan to clean up this pollution source, prevent future pollution, and to ensure that the water source is not overdrawn enabling long-tem use. Include specific methods from your research. Identify at least three stakeholders in your plan (community residents, local government, businesses, non-profit organizations, etc.). Describe the local government policy that you will need in order to carry out your plan. And the role of each of the three stakeholders in ensuring that the water is used sustainably. 

Use your textbook, and three additional sources. One of these sources should be an academic journal found at the University’s library. If you need assistance with identifying an academic journal article (also known as peer-reviewed articles), review the Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles document.

Include an introductory slide, a summary slide, and a reference slide.

Include 300 to 750 words in your speaker notes.

Include supporting visuals, such as photos, diagrams, and/or graphs.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

SCI 250 Week 7 Final Exam

SCI250 Week 7 Final Examination – 4 points each.  Please highlight, check and or underline the most appropriate response for each question.

Section: Multiple Choice

 

1.     Which of the following is NOT true of microorganisms? They produce antibiotics. They are used in the production of many types of food and beverages. They decompose dead animals. They all cause disease in humans.

2.     Which of the following is NOT one of the phases of bacterial growth? lag phase stationary phase doubling phase log phase

3.     In a properly executed Gram stain, Gram positive organisms appear ______ while Gram negative organisms appear ______ pink, clear. pink, purple. purple, pink. purple, blue.

4.     Classification is necessary to _________ establish criteria for identifying organisms. arrange related organisms into groups. provide information about how organisms evolved. All of the above

5.     An organism that lives at the expense of another organism is a ________ host. commensal. parasite. symbiont.

6.     Undercooked pork is most likely to pass along ________ Schistosoma. Tania. Wuchereria. Trichinella.

7.     Arthropods are responsible for transmitting _____ pathogens. viral bacterial protozoan viral, bacterial, and protozoan

8.     Symbiosis is an association between ________ two or more species. one or two species. two or more hosts. no species but all hosts. all species but not hosts.

9.     All of the following are true of the relationship between microorganisms and diseases EXCEPT: Sickle cell anemia patients are resistant to malaria. Bacterial infections can lead to endocarditis. Viral infections invariably lead to nutritional deficiency. Infections in the brain can result in mental disease.

10.  Which of the following represents the correct order of steps in a typical viruses replication cycle? Maturation, adsorption, penetration, release Adsorption, penetration, release, maturation Adsorption, penetration, synthesis, maturation Adsorption, penetration, maturation, synthesis

11.  What special group of chemical substances are used to treat diseases by microbes? Antibiotics Synthetic drugs Semi-synthetic drugs Antimicrobial agents Chemotherapeutic agents

12.  Which of the following is NOT considered a mode of action by antimicrobial agents? Action as an antimetabolite Inhibition of protein synthesis Inhibition of cell wall sysnthesis Inhibition of membrane permeability Disruption of selective toxicity

13.  All of the following characteristics are components of nonspecific host defenses EXCEPT: Fever Mucus Antibodies Interferon Inflammation

14.  What name is given to a substance that is recognized by the body as foreign and normally produces an immune response? Antibody Antigen Agglutinin Antitoxin Apoptosis

15.  There are a number of different species that can live on the skin as resident microflora. Which of the following is NOT considered resident microflora of the skin? Staphylococcus Corynebacterium E. coli Deodex All of the above

16.  Defense mechanisms in the urogenital system are numerous and include ________ normal flora complete with opportunists. sphincter muscles. flushing action of fluids. low pH. All of the above

17.  Food poisoning can be caused by a variety of microbes. Which of the following pairs is incorrect? Clostridium botulinum — enterotoxin which is heat liable Staphylococcus aureus — enterotoxin which is heat stable Pseudomonas cocovenenans — bongkrek disease Bacillus cereus — toxin is an emetic Clostridium perfringens — enterotoxin and wound infection

18.  The upper respiratory tract consists of the ________ pharynx. nasal cavity. bronchi. All of the above

19.  Group B Streptococcal disease include ________ early onset neonatal sepsis and meningitis. late onset neonatal menegitis. etiology is Streptococcus agakactiae. All of the above

20.  In closed environments, such as military bases, dormitories, and day-care centers, 90% of the population can be carriers of this organism, yet only 1 per 1000 develops the meningitis. What is the etiology? Neisseria meningitidis Haemophilus influenzae Haemophilus influenzae Streptococcus pneumoniae Listeria monocytogenes

21.  Food contamination occurs as a result of ________ unsanitary practices by food handlers. improper storage. importation. All of the above

 

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22.  What is a possible symptom of Lyme disease? A bull’s-eye rash at the point of the insect bite Flulike symptoms Arthritis Symptoms resembling Alzheimer’s disease All of the above

23.  Clinical symptoms of tuberculosis primarily result from ________ host inflammatory response. mycotoxins. endotoxin. mucus production exotoxin

24.  Widespread lesions with intense itching; other mites cause house dust allergy when their feces are inhaled by allergic individuals Rat bite fever Pasteurella multocida infection Tick paralysis Scabies Pediculosis Myiasis

25.  Which of the following stains is used to classify microorganisms based on their cell wall content? Capsular stain Gram stain Spore stain Negative stain Methylene blue

 

 

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extraneous variables

 

260 words.

What kinds of extraneous variables (not cited in the studies) do you think could have affected the relationships between the independent variables and the dependent variables in both the Messina et al. and Coyne et al. studies? 

 

 

 

260 words.

How effectively do you think the Coyne et al. study and the Messina et al. study both used their review of literature to help the reader understand why the research question was asked? How could they have done it more effectively?