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Hi again, Nikki and thanks for posting again and requesting me.

Thanks also, for raising your offer for this exam.

Please send the questions and I will be happy to help you.

Best regards,
Cher
Hi again, Nikki.

Try sending the exam questions here on this question.

Thanks,
Cher
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

STILL NOT GETTING TROUGH

Oh, Nikki, I'm so sorry you're still having a problem!

Are you trying to post the exam questions the same way you did the others? Are you getting any kind of message from the site when you try to post them?

Can you send them as a word-file link from a free file sharing site like Mediafire.com or Box.com?

Try typing just one question in the question box here, and let's see what happens, okay?

Regards,
Cher
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Antigenic overload is a cause of vaccine failure that resuts from


a-administering too many antigens at a time


b-the use of outdated vaccine


c-the improper storage of the vaccine


d-passive antibody interference

Hi again, Nikki.

Ok, this came through fine, so maybe you should send a few at a time instead of all 20 and see if that works.

Best regards,
Cher
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

 


2.


Which of the following statements about rabies is correct?


A.


Rabies is treatable once an animal is infected, and the animal almost always recovers.


B.


Rabies is a highly fatal viral infection of the nervous system that affects all warm-blooded animals.


C.


Rabies is a bacterial infection that's most often transmitted via fecal contamination.


D.


There is no vaccine available to prevent rabies from infecting dogs and cats.


3.


Which of the following are the desired functions of immunoglobulins?


A.


Opsonization, anaphylaxis, agglutination


B.


Agglutination, opsonization, lysophilization


C.


Agglutination, opsonization, block entry of a virus into a cell


D.


Agglutination, anaphylaxis, reversion


4.


A subQ vaccine is injected


A.


under the skin.


B.


in the nose.


C.


into the skin.


D.


under the muscle.


5.


A massive allergic reaction induced by a vaccine is called


A.


fibrosarcoma.


B.


anaphylaxis.


C.


abortion.


D.

Hi Nikki,

Ok, the rest are coming through fine. I'm going to wait until you send them all and then I'll start answering them.

Best regards,
Cher
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

6.


Which type of immunoglobulin is the best agglutinator?


A.


IgA


B.


IgE


C.


IgG


D.


IgM


7.


Autogenous swine vaccines are made from


A.


insects collected on the farm.


B.


feces and tissues collected on the farm.


C.


the feed used on the farm.


D.


rodents collected on the farm.


8.


Roughly two weeks after a group of lambs was brought into a feedlot and put on concentrated feed, the


producer found several of the biggest lambs dead one morning. Two other lambs were seen walking in


circles. This producer had neglected to vaccinate these lambs against


A.


bluetongue.


B.


vibriosis.


C.


enterotoxemia.


D.


soremouth.


9.


Which of the following are "core" vaccinations that should be given to all kittens?


A.


Feline panleukopenia, feline infectious peritonitis, and calicivirus


B.


Feline panleukopenia, calicivirus, and feline leukemia


C.


Feline panleukopenia, calicivirus, and rhinotracheitis


D.


Feline panleukopenia, feline leukemia, and Chlamydia


10.


Using one organism to immunize against a different, but similar, organism is an example of


A.


passive immunization.


B.


cross-protection.


C.


attenuation.


D.


recombination.


11.


Bacterial infections are often problematic for burn victims because their _______ are defective.


A.


cellular defenses


B.


phagocytes


C.


basic defenses


D.


humoral defenses


12.


The parents of a little girl who keeps a mare in their backyard agree to take the mare down the road to


be serviced by a stallion at a breeding facility. Some time after the mare returns, she develops a thick


mucus discharge from her nose and has a swelling under her jaw. This mare should have been vaccinated


against


A.


botulism.


B.


Potomac horse fever.


C.


strangles.


D.


rabies.


13.


Which one of the following vaccines should be given to all puppies?


A.


Leptospira


B.


Canine parainfluenza virus


C.


Lyme disease vaccine


D.


Canine parvovirus


14.


A swine producer noticed a few of his piglets were off feed and walking stiffly. The next day, some of


these pigs had red blotches on their skin. This producer should vaccinate against


A.


atrophic rhinitis.


B.


PRRS.


C.


erysipelas.


D.


pseudorabies.


15.


Which of the following is the most common circulating antibody?


A.


IgM


B.


IgA


C.


IgG


D.


IgE


16.


You've rehydrated a vaccine and drawn it into the syringe when you're interrupted by an emergency.


When you return to the vaccine 45 minutes later, you should


A.


discard the rehydrated vaccine and begin again.


B.


refrigerate the syringe and use it within a few hours.


C.


use the vaccine immediately.


D.


use the vaccine within 90 minutes.


17.


How do phagocytes relay specific details about invading organisms to other immune system cells?


A.


By engulfing invaders


B.


By forming pus


C.


By circulating around the body


D.


By presenting small pieces of the organism on their surface


18.


An antibody opsonizes invading organisms in order to enhance the function of


A.


histamines.


B.


helper cells.


C.


cytotoxic cells.


D.


phagocytes.


19.


A standard vaccine protocol for sheep includes


A.


always vaccinating for bluetongue and soremouth.


B.


vaccinating all rams for vibriosis.


End of exam


C.


vaccinating for footrot after an outbreak of the disease occurs.


D.


vaccinating all ewes and lambs for enterotoxemia toxoid.


20.


Which of the following is one advantage of a killed vaccine?


A.


Organisms in the vaccine are shed to other animals.


B.


A single dose is capable of immunizing for life.


C.


It's safe for pregnant animals.


D.


It produces cellular immunity.

YAY! You got them all! : )

I'll try to get this back to you later tonight or tomorrow afternoon, if that's okay.

Best regards,
Cher
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

sure thats ok

Ok, great! : )

I'll be back in touch when the exam is completed.

Best regards,
Cher
Hi again, Nikki.

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Cher
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Hi again, Nikki and thanks very much for your positive rating; it is greatly appreciated!

Please let me know the results of your exam, if you're able. Thanks!

Best regards,
Cher
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi cher thanks again for all your help I got # XXXXX & 16 incorrect can u help

Hi again, Nikki and thanks for your reply.

I'm helping another client right now, but then I will see if I can help with those two questions to find a better answer.

Thanks,
Cher
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