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Competency Appraisal- Midterm Exam

Name: _______________________________________

Score:___________

Date: ________

Instruction: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate answers using your IMCI chart.
QUESTIONS
1. Which signs indicate that a child
should be classified as SEVERE
PNEUMONIA or VERY SEVERE
DISEASE?

2. A child aged 12 months has
PNEUMONIA. What should be the
duration of antibiotic
treatment?
3. A child aged 2 months up to 5 years
has a general danger sign and
wheeze. What is her classification?
4. For how many cycles should one give
a rapid acting inhaled bronchodilator
before classifying the child with
wheeze?

5. A child aged 9 months has received a
trial of rapid acting inhaled
bronchodilator .She is now breathing
55 breaths per minute and has no
wheeze. What is her classification?
6. A child aged 15 months old months
has received a trial of rapid acting
inhaled bronchodilator .She is now
breathing 45 breaths per minute and
has a wheeze. What is her
classification?
7. A child aged 11 months old months
has received a trial of rapid acting
inhaled bronchodilator .She is now
breathing 44 breaths per minute and
has no wheeze. What is her
classification?
8. A child aged 36 months old months
has received a trial of rapid acting
inhaled bronchodilator .She is now
breathing 32 breaths per minute and
has a wheeze. What is her
classification?
9. A 15 month old child has chest
indrawing and a wheeze. What is its
classification?

10.A 44 months old has stridor when
calm and a wheeze. What is his
classification?

ANSWERS

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with a classification of dysentery? 21.Which signs indicate that a child should be classified as having CHRONIC EAR INFECTION? 30. which children should be classified as having malaria? 28.In a high malaria risk area.Should all children be classified with fever? 25.How do you decide if the child is unconscious? 23.Which signs indicate that a child has SEVERE COMPLICATED MEASLES? 26.What are the fever classifications in a high malaria risk area? 27.A child is aged 2 months up to 5 years : What are the 4 steps for checking the general danger signs? 22.How would you treat a child with VERY SEVERE FEBRLE DISEASE? 29.Which signs indicate that a child has .What is fast breathing in a child who is 36 months old? 24.

When assessing and classifying for nutrition. What is his classification? 35.Which children should receive vitamin A for treatment? 32.What antibiotic would you use to treat a 4 week old infant with LOCAL BACTERIAL INFECTION? 38.A child with pneumonia should be followed up in 2 days? ( True or False) . which signs should one look for? 34.A 3 week old infant has slight chest indrawing and localized skin pustules.A 2 day old has CONVULSIONS>How would you treat the child? 37.An infant aged 6 weeks has umbilical redness extending to the skin. What is the classification? 36.MASTOIDITIS? 31.After how many days would you follow up an infant with LOCAL BACTERIAL INFECTION? 39.Which children should routinely receive 6-monthly vitamin A? 33.

RN .A child with DYSENTERY should be followed up in 5 days? (True or False) Prepared by: Myrrha F.40. Taganas.