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Explain the relationship between the key terms in each of the following pairs.

a. HIV-antibody test and HIV positive
b. HIV and universal precautions

A:
a. HIV-antibody test and HIV positive correspond with each other as HIV positive, which describes a person who tests positive in two different HIV tests, is one of the results of an HIV-antibody test.
b. HIV and universal precautions correspond with each other as universal precautions are the set of procedures used to avoid contact with body fluids and to reduce the risk of spreading HIV and other diseases.

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