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The primary purpose of health policies is to:
a) protect young children
b) satisfy licensing requirements
c) impress parents
d) protect staff

Children should be kept home when their temperature exceeds:
a) 100 F
b) 98 F
c) 101 F
d) 103 F

The daily health inspection is usually conducted by the:
a) teacher
b) parent
c) director
d) aide

Symptoms of illness include:
a) sore throat
b) bright eyes
c) typical behavior
d) all of the above

A communicable disease does not include:
a) diabetes
b) chicken pox
c) influenza
d) measles

Serving temperature for food should be:
a) below 40F or above 140F
b) below 60F or above 100F
c) below 50F or above 170F
d) below 20F or above 120F

The least severe type of a burn is classified as a _____ burn.
a) first-degree
b) second-degree
c) third-degree
d) fourth-degree

The time between exposure to the sun and development of a sunburn is usually:
a) immediately
b) within an hour
c) two to four hours
d) three to twelve hours

The best way for a child to get rid of a windpipe blockage is to:
a) cough it up
b) take it up
c) have the teacher remove it
d) try to swallow it

To provide emergency treatment for a knocked out tooth, first____.
a) find the tooth
b) call the parent
c) contact a dentist
d) instruct the child to bite gauze

The least safe type of thermometer is the:
a) mercury thermometer
b) digital thermometer
c) temperature stripe
d) all of these are safe

The best way to get rid of head lice is to:
a) seek medical help
b) brush the hair
c) shampoo daily
d) wash hair with vinegar

With a severe insulin reaction, offer the diabetic child:
a) powerade
b) orange juice
c) milk
d) unsweet tea

Virus that breaks down the body's immune system:
a) HIV
b) Rabies
c) Diabetes
d) Asthma

Infection of the gastrointestinal tract:
a) foodborne illness
b) rabies
d) diabetes

Disease caused by a viral infection of the nervous system and brain; often spread by infected animals:
a) rabies
b) HIV
c) epilepsy
d) diabetes

Injury to the tissue directly under the skin surface:
a) closed wound
b) open wound
c) abrasion
d) laceration

Break in the skin:
a) closed wound
b) open wound
c) contusion
d) hypertension

Scrape that damages a portion of the skin:
a) contusion
b) abrasion
c) epilepsy
d) asthma

Diesase that is contagious and spreads easily from person to person:
a) communicable disease
b) foodborne illness
c) asthma
d) diabetes

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