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    Intrebarea nr. Prisacaru CM Basic prevention measures in intestinal infections are: a [x] detection of infection sources b [x] detection and treatment of carriers c [x] sanitary-hygienic measures d [ ] vaccination of susceptible persons e [x] prophylactic and terminal disinfection Helminth infections of humans mathematical models population dynamics and control CM Epidemiological classification helminth infections of humans mathematical models population dynamics and control infectiuos diseases is based on: a [x] source of infection b [ ] clinical evolution of disease c [x] mechanism of transmission of infection d [ ] routes of transmission of infection e [x] ecological relationship with animals Prisacaru CM In case of habitual contact, for epidemic process are characteristic: a [x] appearance of diseases in chain b [ ] minimum period of incubation c [x] uniform contamination of all age groups d [ ] joining to the hydric factor e [x] HAV transmission, E.

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    Prisacaru CM Foodborne eruption is characterized by: a [ ] appearance of diseases in chain b [x] evident seasonality c [x] minimum period of incubation d [ ] joining to the hydric factor e [ ] variable morbidity according to the level of severity Helminth infections of humans mathematical models population dynamics and control CM Social factors that can start epidemic process can be: a [ ] density of the population in the country b [x] social-economic situation of the population c [x] religious affiliation d [ ] possibility of performing a wide range of alternative investigations e [ ] cost of treatment Prisacaru CM Natural factors that contribute the onset of the epidemiological process among the population, are: a [ ] high density of population b [ ] gender of the receptive population c [x] landscape of the territory d [x] temperature and humidity e [x] atmospheric pressure Prisacaru CM Biological factors that contribute to the development of epidemic process among the population, are: a [ ] high density of population b [x] receptivity of the population c [ ] environmental conditions d [x] pathogen resistance in the environment e [ ] sensitivity of causative agent to disinfectants Prisacaru CM Stages of the mechanism of transmission are: a [ ] movement of the pathogenic agents to the host b [x] elimination of the causative agent of infectious disease from the source of infection into the environment c [x] maintaining of the pathogenic agents in the environment d [ ] changes helminth infections of humans mathematical models population dynamics and control causative agent under the action of environmental factors e [x] entrance of causative agent in the susceptible population Prisacaru CS The most efective method to control the quality of disinfection is: a [ ] chemical.