A combination of eumelanin and pheomelanin is called.
A. natural hair color
B. pigmented hair
C. unpigmented hair
D. grey hair
Select your answer:
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An otherwise healthy veterinary technician, Anna, is bitten by a 2-year-old mixed-breed dog, “Tow Tow,” while restraining him for a pedicure. The bite does not cause severe tissue damage, but the canine teeth penetrate her skin and she does bleed. Tow Tow is current on all of his vaccinations including rabies. He lives primarily in the backyard of his owner’s suburban home. What is the best, first action Anna should take following the bite?
A. Tell a coworker about it, but take no more action regarding the incident.
B. Wash the wound immediately with soap and water, then with povidone-iodine, and follow with a thorough irrigation with water, then inform the veterinarian or office manager.
C. Ignore the bite until she has time to wash it, even though this may not be for a few hours. Once there is time, also inform the veterinarian or office manager.
D. Wait until she gets home and clean the wound, without notifying the veterinarian because she fears she will be reprimanded.
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Which of the following conditions or injuries would most likely require transfer to a specialty facility?
A. Severe headache
B. Open fracture
C. Thermal burns
D. Abdominal pain