Who determines the cause of an outbreak of food poisoning?
d. Preventive medicine personnel.
46. Who is the responsible person for officially receiving a request to investigate a
possible environmental health hazard?
a. Preventive medicine personnel.
47. Some warm food was served on a hot day in the field and several soldiers in the
platoon complained about the food. What are their probable symptoms?
a. Ear aches, dizziness, and clogged nostrils.
b. Fainting, morning sickness, and dizziness.
c. Nose bleed, lung damage, eye irritations, and coughing.
d. Fainting, diarrhea, fever, stomach aches, and cold sweats.
48. In surveying the field food site for possible clues, you take samples of all of the
food served. Which of the following is most likely to have caused the symptoms
experienced in exercise 47?
a. Wilted celery.
b. Warm deviled eggs.
c. Dried out bagels.