explain when you think the use of a forced quarantine is justifiable. Include examples of 2 or more pathogens in your answer

27. In 250 words, explain when you think the use of a forced quarantine is justifiable. Include examples of 2 or more pathogens in your answer. For each pathogen, explain 2 factors that would justify a forced quarantine (10 marks)

28. a) explain why informing the public about the relationship among type 2 diabetes, obesity, and nutrition is an important component of public health. Use the words education, lifestyle, prevention, and risk factors in your answer. (7 marks)

b) list 2 examples of Canadian public health initiatives designed to help prevent obesity in the population. (4 marks)

29. Use specific examples, briefly explain 5 ways in which the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) contributes to the overall wellbeing of Canadians. (7 marks)

30. List and briefly explain 3 factors that contribute to the emergence and spread of new and or altered pathogens in the human population. (3 marks for factors, 3 marks for explanations)

31. compare and contrast the public health efforts made to contain H1N1 in 2009 and HIV by:

a) giving 2 similarities and 2 differences (4 marks)

b) briefly explaining which virus was easier to contain and why. (2 marks)

32. The  small pox virus has the potential to be used as a biological weapon. Explain

a) why it would be a good weapon (5 marks)

b) how its spread could potentially be stopped (2 marks)

33. Describe three ways In which you can prevent the spread of infection in your home or community (6 marks)

34. write a set of instructions for young children, telling them how to wash their hands to help prevent the spread of colds in the class room – AGE: 3 and 4 (10 marks)

35. Write a travel advisory for Canada. In your travel advisory, briefly discuss any 3 of the following five topics (6 marks, 2 for each point)

Weather, healthcare, animals (for example – black bears, grizzly bears), terrain or travel distances, possible diseases such as west Nile virus

36. In 2 paragraphs, describe what inbreeding is, use specific examples, and explain why it is a useful method of selective breeding. Also include at least 2 drawbacks or cons of inbreeding (8 marks)

38. Louis Pasteur was first hired by the French wine industry to solve an ongoing problem: why some batches of grape juice was turning into wine while other were turning into vinegar.

a) which group of micro-organisms is responsible for the formation of wine and how does this happen (4 marks)

b) why group of micro-organisms is responsible for the formation of vinegar and how does this happen (4 marks)

39. Based on what you have learned in this lesson, describe one limitation of early biotechnology in the production of wine before Louis Pasteur’s time, and say why it is limiting compared to newer methods (4 marks)

40. In 2 paragraphs, explain the central dogma of molecular biology. Be sure to include the following words: DNA, gene, transcription, translation, ribosomes, amino acids, cytoplasm (10 marks)

41. In sentence form, explain what vectors are and how they are used in modern biotechnology (4 marks)

42. a) In point form, contrast the vectors used to insert genes into mammal cells with the vectors used to insert new genes into bacteria. Give two differences between them. (4 marks)

b) Briefly describe one example where transgenic organisms are used in medicine, explain (2 marks)

43. In a few sentences, explain why the human genome project used the genomes of several people rather than a single individual, to build the sequence. Explain why there is no single ideal genome and provide a specific example to show the importance of genetic differences among individuals (3 marks)

44. a) Briefly describe what genomics is and how it is changing medicine (3 marks)

b) Describe one advantage and one disadvantage associated with this new approach (2 marks)

c) Describe 3 current examples of the use of sequencing technology in medicine (3 marks)

47. Explain one of the following primary vital signs in humans and how it is measured, be sure to clearly explain in one or more paragraphs. (5 marks)

Heart rate, blood pressure, lung capacity

48. for each of the 5 comparisons listed, identify which kind of person is expected to have the higher level for the primary vital sign indicated. (5 marks)

Resting heart rate: athletes vs. heavy smokers

Lung capacity: heavy smoker vs non-smoker (same age and height)

Blood pressure: a 20 year old woman vs 60 year old woman

Lung capacity: a 20 year old man vs 20 year old woman (same height)

Blood pressure: athletes vs. seniors

49. compare 2 of the following diagnostic imaging technologies with each other, how they work and purpose it is used for (6 marks, 3 for each)

CAT scan, MRI, PET scans, X-Rays, Ultrasound

53. List and describe 5 different areas a medical technologist may work (5 marks)

54. Choose 2 medical technologies from the following list.

Artificial skin, artificial organs, transgenic products, smart drugs, nanotechnology, bio photonics

For each one, use 2 to 3 paragraphs to describe what the technology is and how it has been of benefit to the health care field (12 marks, 6 marks for each one)

55. In 3 paragraphs, define prosthetics and plastic surgery, and describe the differences between them. (6 marks, 4 for description, 2 for the explanations of the descriptions)

56. Explain why there can be legal issues with using telemedicine in Ontario, Canada (2 marks)

57. Describe the benefits and limitations of three of the following approaches to treatment.be sure to explain the 3 you have chosen) (12 marks – 4 marks each)

Biofeedback, acupuncture, naturopathic medicine, chiropractic treatments, aboriginal healing practice

58. Imagine that you are feeling ill from an intestinal ailment that is giving you cramps. You don’t know what is causing this ailment. Briefly describe one type of medical technology (conventional, or any of the alternate ones0 that you would choose for treatment. In your answer, explain how the chosen medical technology functions to help you, and describe its limitations and benefits (4 marks)