Exam & Evaluation (West Nile Virus)
Questions: Please respond to following statements.
What is the most common symptom of mild West Nile viremia?
The WNV incubation period is from 2 to 14 days with most symptoms appearing within 2 to 6 days.
WNV has been not been shown to increase the risk of abnormalities in a fetus and/or miscarriage.
Is similar to bacterial meningitis.
Is always accompanied by neck stiffness and photophobia.
Occurs in 20% to 30% of WNV infections of the central nervous system.
Has a high mortality rate.
Often presents with seizures.
Progresses to coma in about 15% of cases.
Always presents with the same symptoms.
None of the above.
WNV-associated acute flaccid paralysis:
Occurs primarily in children in the United States.
Can occur alone or with meningitis and/or encephalitlis
Which of the following treatments are approved for WNV in the USA:
Human immunoglobulin (Omr-IgG-am)
None of the above
Besides exposure to mosquitoes, age is the most important risk factor for developing serious west nile virus related illness.
Which mosquito repellent is intended for use on clothing, shoes, bed nets and camping gear?
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