25 HIV/AIDS Prevention and Continuum of Care Multiple Choice Questions

 25 HIV/AIDS Prevention and Continuum of Care Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Q1: What does HIV stand for? a) Human Immunodeficiency Virus b) Human Influenza Virus c) Human Interferon Virus d) Human Infection Virus Answer: a) Human Immunodeficiency Virus


  2. Q2: How is HIV primarily transmitted? a) Through the air b) Through mosquito bites c) Through sexual contact d) Through shaking hands Answer: c) Through sexual contact


  3. Q3: Which of the following is a key method for HIV prevention? a) Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) b) Regular exercise c) Drinking alcohol in moderation d) Consumption of sugary foods Answer: a) Antiretroviral Therapy (ART)


  4. Q4: What is PrEP in the context of HIV prevention? a) Post-Exposure Prophylaxis b) Pre-Existing Prophylaxis c) Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis d) Primary Exposure Prophylaxis Answer: c) Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis


  5. Q5: Which bodily fluids can transmit HIV? a) Sweat b) Saliva c) Blood d) Tears Answer: c) Blood

    1. Q6: What does the continuum of care in HIV refer to? a) A timeline of HIV infection progression b) Comprehensive healthcare services for HIV/AIDS patients c) Stages of HIV testing d) Various strains of HIV Answer: b) Comprehensive healthcare services for HIV/AIDS patients


    2. Q7: At which stage of the continuum of care does HIV testing typically occur? a) Diagnosis and linkage to care b) HIV treatment and care c) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis d) End-stage HIV management Answer: a) Diagnosis and linkage to care


    3. Q8: What is the goal of the "Linkage to Care" stage in the continuum of care? a) To initiate antiretroviral therapy b) To conduct regular HIV testing c) To educate the community about HIV d) To measure CD4 count Answer: a) To initiate antiretroviral therapy


    4. Q9: Which stage of the continuum of care focuses on maintaining adherence to treatment? a) HIV testing and counseling b) HIV treatment and care c) Diagnosis and linkage to care d) End-of-life care Answer: b) HIV treatment and care


    5. Q10: In the continuum of care, what comes after the "End-of-life care" stage? a) HIV testing and counseling b) HIV treatment and care c) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis d) Palliative care Answer: c) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis


    6. Q11: What is the main focus of the "Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis" stage in the continuum of care? a) Ensuring viral load suppression b) Providing supportive care for HIV patients c) Preventing new HIV infections d) Offering mental health services Answer: c) Preventing new HIV infections


    7. Q12: At what stage in the continuum of care is viral load suppression crucial? a) Diagnosis and linkage to care b) HIV testing and counseling c) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis d) HIV treatment and care Answer: d) HIV treatment and care


    8. Q13: Which stage of the continuum of care focuses on supporting individuals nearing the end of life due to HIV/AIDS? a) HIV testing and counseling b) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis c) End-of-life care d) Palliative care Answer: c) End-of-life care


    9. Q14: What is the primary objective of palliative care in the continuum of care? a) Eradicating HIV from the body b) Managing symptoms and improving quality of life c) Preventing HIV transmission d) Conducting regular CD4 count tests Answer: b) Managing symptoms and improving quality of life


    10. Q15: Which stage of the continuum of care aims to prevent opportunistic infections in HIV patients? a) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis b) Diagnosis and linkage to care c) HIV treatment and care d) Palliative care Answer: a) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis

      1. Q16: Which behavior significantly reduces the risk of HIV transmission? a) Monogamous sexual relationship b) Sharing needles c) Multiple sexual partners d) Irregular condom use Answer: a) Monogamous sexual relationship


      2. Q17: How can mother-to-child transmission of HIV be reduced during childbirth? a) Exclusive breastfeeding b) Antiretroviral therapy during pregnancy c) Avoiding prenatal care d) Sharing personal items Answer: b) Antiretroviral therapy during pregnancy


      3. Q18: What does PEP stand for in the context of HIV prevention? a) Post-Exposure Prophylaxis b) Primary Exposure Prevention c) Perinatal Exposure Protocol d) Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Answer: a) Post-Exposure Prophylaxis


      4. Q19: What is a key component of comprehensive HIV prevention education? a) Promoting abstinence only b) Providing accurate information about HIV c) Focusing exclusively on condom distribution d) Avoiding discussions about risky behaviors Answer: b) Providing accurate information about HIV


      5. Q20: How can HIV transmission be prevented from sharing needles for drug use? a) Ensuring needles are clean and unused b) Sharing needles with a trusted friend c) Using larger needles d) Reusing needles after cleaning them Answer: a) Ensuring needles are clean and unused

        1. Q21: At which stage of the continuum of care does regular monitoring of CD4 count occur? a) Diagnosis and linkage to care b) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis c) HIV treatment and care d) Palliative care Answer: c) HIV treatment and care


        2. Q22: What is the main goal of the "Diagnosis and linkage to care" stage in the continuum of care? a) Initiating antiretroviral therapy b) Confirming HIV infection c) Measuring CD4 count d) Conducting regular viral load tests Answer: b) Confirming HIV infection


        3. Q23: What role does stigma reduction play in the continuum of care? a) Promoting HIV transmission b) Encouraging individuals to seek care and testing c) Discouraging antiretroviral therapy d) Isolating HIV patients Answer: b) Encouraging individuals to seek care and testing


        4. Q24: What does the "Retention in care" stage in the continuum of care focus on? a) Initial HIV testing b) Maintaining regular medical appointments c) Providing palliative care d) Conducting CD4 count tests Answer: b) Maintaining regular medical appointments


        5. Q25: In the continuum of care, what follows the "Retention in care" stage? a) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis b) End-of-life care c) HIV treatment and care d) Palliative care Answer: a) Prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis

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