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How are aids and HIV related?

a. HIV is the disease and AIDS is the virus that causes the disease.

b. They are the same thing

c. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS

HIV has been found in:

a. Saliva, tears, urine

b. Lymph nodes, bone marrow

c. Semen, vaginal fluids, blood and breast milk

d. All of the above


a. HIV infected and seronegative

b. HIV infected with no visible symptoms {asymptomatic}

c. HIV infected with AIDS

d. All of the above

When an individual has tested HIV positive, he/she is recommended to take:

a. Tuberculosis skin test

b. Syphilis test

c. Pregnancy test

d. All of the above

The average time it takes for HIV antibodies to show up in a blood test is:

a. One Week

b. Possibly 2-3 months

c. 5 years

d. More than 5 years

A basic, simple classification of HIV Disease includes the following stages:

a. Acute infection, HIV asymptomatic, ARC, aids

b. Window period, HIV, ARC AIDS

c. Initial infection, HIV asymptomatic, HIV symptomatic AIDS

d. Chronic infection, HIV, AIDS

The point at which blood tests become positive for HIV antibodies is referred to as:

a. Sensitivity

b. Seroconversion

c. Specificity

d. Seronegative

Incubation period is the time from the point of infection to:

a. Death

b. The onset of the symptom

c. The production of antibodies

When using a condom for protection against contracting HIV infection, it is advised that you:

a. Use a natural condom made of lamb skin.

b. Use a latex condom lubricated with Vaseline

c. Check for holes by blowing the condom up before using it.

d. Use a latex condom lubricated with non-petroleum based lubricant (water-based)




Testing facilities are no longer required to obtain the client’s informed consent prior to HIV testing.

a. True

b. False

A health care professional runs a higher risk of contracting HIV after exposure to HIV infected blood than he or she or she does for contracting Hepatitis B from exposure to HBV infected blood during the same procedure.

a. True

b. False

HIV positive results through confidential testing are reportable in the State of Florida.

a. True

b. False

Swollen lymph nodes, weight loss, diarrhea, fatigue and fever are some of the symptoms associated with HIV infection.

a. True

b. False

The three most infectious body fluids are blood, semen, and vaginal fluids.

a. True

b. False

Drug paraphernalia should be washed with water, flushed in full-strength bleach for at least 30 second, and then rinsed with water, repeating the whole process at least three times.

a. True

b. False

Antibody tests can also be done orally

a. True

b. False

Partner notification is only available to Health Department patients.

a. True

b. False

The HIV retrovirus incapacitates and individual’s immune system by invading special white blood cells called T-4 Helper cell and destroying them.

a. True

b. False

Match the best tern with the definition or description below:

Window period,            Syndrome,                 Specificity

Opportunistic Infections,      Abstinence,     Antibody

PCR,                B-Cells,                  T-4 helper  cell, Incubation Period

Sensitivity,               Co- Factor,     Sickness,   Fungal Infection

_______ The probability that a test will be positive when the infection is present.

_______ Is a special protein made by the body to fight a certain type of infection.

_______ Is the time period from infection with the virus until the blood tests positive for HIV antibodies.

_______ The probability that a test will be negative when the infection is not present.

_______ Is something that increases a person’s susceptibility to infection by HIV and/or disease progression.

______ Variety of infections that occur in people who do not have a fully functioning immune system.

______ A white blood cell that produces antibodies.

______ The cells that the HIV virus attacks.

______ Pattern of symptoms and sign, appearing one by one or simultaneously that together characterize a particular disease..

Biblical Counseling Quiz

1. Define Koinonia Fellowship and Agape Love.

2. What happens when Christians begins to experience true acceptance of the Lord’s word and

 deep fellowship with others that brings out the client’s deepest hidden problems. 

How can we help?

3. What are the benefits of Biblical Counseling?

4. Is counseling a discipline within the Biblical theory?

5. Is Counseling a critical part between the relationship of those who cares? Yes or NO and why?  

Crystal Counseling Quiz # 1

1. Crystal has been around for at 


4.5 to 5.0 billion Years?

(A) True

(B) False

2. Can crystals be used as a Jewelry, 

healing, décor, technology, radio 

waves and makeup.

(A) True

(B) False

3. Are crystals part of the mineral 

kingdom in the physical world?

(A) True

(B) False

4. Can we use crystals in the spiritual 

world and this belongs to the “

elemental realm”?

(A) True

(B) False