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Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina College of Nursing Post test

Name:__________________________________________________Yr/Sec:_____________________Score:_____________ Instruction: Select the correct answer for each of the following questions. Mark only one answer for each item by encircling the letter of your choice. STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. 1. What do you call the protein substances that will stimulate antibody production when introduced into the body? a. immunoglobulin b. vaccine c. antigen d. anti-tetanus serum 2. What do you call that easily transmitted through ordinary contact? a. infection b. inoculation c. ailment d. contagious 3. In epidemiological triangle, what do you call the sum total of all external condition that can influence develop of organism? a. Agent b. Environment c. Host d. Reservoir 4. Which of the following refers to a certain disease constant & confined in a certain area or municipality? a. endemic b. pandemic c. epidemic d. sporadic 5. In the standard precaution or control measure of disease, which of the following precaution that limits the movement of well person exposed to CD for a period of time? a. Contact precaution b. Quarantine c. Enteric d. Isolation 6. In the stages of infection, it is refer to the time between the entry of non specific signs and symptoms: a. Prodromal stage b. Incubation stage c. Convalescent stage d. Illness stage 7. Which of the following is the most important link in the chain of infection? a. Causative agent b. Susceptible host c. Reservoir d. Mode of transmission 8. Type of immunoglobulin that is detected first after exposure to an antigen? a. IgD b. IgM c. IgE d. IgG 9. Type of immunoglobulin that is responsible for allergic response? a. IgA b. IgE c. IgG d. IgM 10. Type of immunoglobulin that goes beyond placenta? a. IgM b. IgE c. IgG d. IgA 11. Which of the following is not true with regard to German measles? a. Enteric precaution must be practiced b. MOT: droplet, direct or indirect contact c. Caused by toga virus d. Also called as 3-days measles 12. If Asiong develops signs of meningeal irritation, this may include but one? a. opistothonus b. homan’s sign c. nuchal rigidity d. kernig’s sign

Tuberculin testing c. The following signs were noted by the community nurse on duty: restlessness. Mouth-to-mouth kissing c. anaerobic gram (+) b. cotrimoxazole c. sunken eyes. a. aerobic gram (-) d. Tetanus is caused by microorganism which is? a. Given the following elements choosing an organization structure identifying & recruiting members defining mission. normal c. Chronic ear infection b. acetaminophen 19. Which among of the following is or are possible complication/s in children with meningitis? a. Dissemination-Reassessment . vision & goals clarifying roles and responsibilities at which stage do these elements belong? a. Drug used in patient with Diphtheria: a. Pneumocystic carnili pneumonia c. We can classify the patient as. An 12 month old infant beyond his age is having fast breathing if his respiration is: a. tetracycline b. Which of the following offers the least chance to acquire infected with HIV? a. erythromycin d. Sexual contact b. Community organizing is an important part of community nursing function. 50 bpm d. Nalidixic acid c. Sharing contaminated needles d. Fast breathing d. Cotrimoxazole d. Mastoiditis 24. Community Analysis/Diagnosis c. 60 bpm 21. anaerobic (-) 20. The nurse counted Baby Mao’s respiratory rate and noted 53 bpm. pneumonia 23. An 9 month old infant is having fast breathing if his respiration is: a. 40 bpm c. An ear discharge that has been present for more than 14 days can be classified as: a. & drinks eagerly. Confirmatory test used in National tuberculosis program for case finding: a. 50 bpm d. Moderate dehydration c. Kaposi’s sign d. Design and initiation b. blindness d. Ethambutol 17. you would interpret it as: a. PTB b. Severe dehydration 25. Disease that is/are strongly associated with AIDS including the following except: a. Sign of very severe disease b. aerobic gram (+) c. The mainstay treatment for typhoid fever a. Direct sputum smear microscopy b. NOTA 15. Program maintenance-consolidation d.13. Blood transfusion 16. No dehydration d. 30 bpm 22. hydrocephalus c. 40 bpm c. AOTA 14. 60 bpm b. Some dehydration b. Acute ear infection c. CXR 18. Sputum culture d. Complicated ear problem d. Penicillin b. 30 bpm b. deafness b.