Diseases Caused by Bloodborne Pathogens

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HIV is the direct cause of:

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1. AIDS can lead to (choose the best answer):

2. The Hepatitis B/C viruses directly lead to:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Illnesses caused by bloodborne pathogens can have lasting effects on the human body. The questions in this quiz will ask you about several bloodborne pathogen illness, including hepatitis and HIV.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

  • The disease caused by HIV
  • How hepatitis B/C affects the body
  • Long-term damage caused by hepatitis
  • The effects of AIDS
  • How bloodborne pathogens are spread

Skills Practiced

These assessments give you the chance to practice your skills with the following:

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding HIV and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use what you've learned to answer questions about how hepatitis affects the body
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the long lasting effects of hepatitis

Additional Learning

For more information about these topics, review the lesson associated with this quiz called Diseases Caused by Bloodborne Pathogens. You will learn about the following:

  • What bloodborne pathogens are
  • What HIV and AIDS stand for
  • Secondary consequences of diseases caused by bloodborne pathogens
  • Short-term effects of hepatitis
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