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1. You can classify that a child aged 2 years has fast 8.

8. Which type of plan would the nurse instruct to a


breathing if he has a respiratory rate of child who was classified with sever dehydration?
A. 60 bpm or more A. Plan A
B. 50 bpm or more B. Plan B
C. 40 bpm or more C. Plan C
D. Any of the above D. Plan D

2. Baby yuki, 4 months old is not able to breastfeed 9. If child has not enough signs to classify as some or
and chest indrawing is present. This can be classified severe dehydration, the child will be classified as
as what?
A. Pneumonia A. Severe Dehydration
B. Severe Pneumonia B. Mild Dehydration
C. No Pneumonia: cough or cold C. Some Dehydration
D. Mild Pneumonia D. No Dehydration

3. These are all possible treatments for severe 10. Patient tifa, 5 months old has diarrhea for already
pneumonia except: 16 days. You also notice that dehydration is present.
A. Giver first dose of an appropriate antibiotic This could be classified as?
B. Soothe the throat and relieve the cough with a safe A. Severe Dehydration
remedy B. Severe Persistent Diarrhea
C. Give vitamin A C. Some Dehydration
D. Treat the child to prevent low blood sugar D. Persistent Diarrhea

4. What color is "NO PNEUMONIA: COUGH OR 11. Treatment for Dysentery would be
COLD" classified as? A. Give Vitamin A
A. Green B. Give ORS and zinc supplements
B. Pink C. Give multivatamins and minerals
C. Yellow D. Give ciprofloxacin for 3 days
D. Red
12. All are signs of measles except
5. If the child has wheezing and either fast breathing A. Generalized rash
or chest indrawing present, the nurse should: B. Stiff neck
A. Refer URGENTLY to hospital C. Cough or runny nose
B. Give a trial acting inhaled bronchodilator for up to 3 D. Red eyes
times
C. Assess vital signs 13. Patient dahna has no runny nose, no measles
D. Give Vitamin A and no other causes of fever but has malaria risk.
This could be classified as?
6. Dysentery is classified if: A. Malaria
A. There is Dehydration B. Fever: Malaria Unlikely
B. Stools are watery C. Very Severe febrile disease/malaria
C. Fast breathing is present D. Fever: No Malaria
D. There is blood in the stool
14. Treatment for very severe febrile disease/malaria
7. All are signs of of severe dehydration except with malaria risk would be?
A. Restlessness A. Give one dose of paracetamol
B. Sunken eyes B. Give first dose of quinine
C. Skin pinch goes back very slowly C. Treat the child with an oral antimalarial
D. Abnormally sleepy D. Give Vitamin A
15. Patient ulfo has measles for the last three months. D. Give first dose of antibiotic and paracetamol for
There is pus draining from his right eye. This can be pain
classified as
A. Measles with eye or mouth complications 22. Patient luna is 4 months old and has visible
B. Severe Complicated measles severe wasting and edema on both feet. this can be
C. Severe complicated measles with eye or mouth classified as
complications A. Severe Malnutrition
D. Measles B. Very Low Weight
C. Not very low weight
16. If pus is draining from the eye, the nurse should D. Low weight
A. Give the child aspirin
B. Give Vitamin A 23. Patient anya is observed to have some palmar
C. Apply tetracycline pallor. This can be classified as
D. Treat with gentian violet A. Severe Anemia
B. Anemia
17. If mouth ulcers are present, the nurse should C. No Anemia
A. Give the child aspirin D. Malnutrition
B. Give Vitamin A
C. Apply Tetracycline 24. Proper treatment of anemia would be
D. Treat with gentian violet A. Give vitamin A
B. Give Iron and Albendazole/Mebendazole if child 1
18. Patient alfina was observed to have tender year or older
swelling behind the ear, this can be classified as C. Give Aspirin
A. Acute Ear Infection D. Increase fluid intake
B. Chronic Ear Infection
C. Mastoiditis 25. In routine worm treatment, every child should be
D. Ear Infection given ALBENDAZOLE/MEBENDAZOLE every...
A. 2 months from the age of one year
19. You have observed pus draining from the ear of B. 9 months from the age of one year
patient emelius and discharge is reported for less C. 6 months from the age of one year
than 14 days. This can be classified as D. 9 weeks from the age of one year
A. Acute Ear Infection
B. Chronic Ear Infection 26. The first line antibiotic for pneumonia, mastoiditis,
C. Mastoiditis or very sever disease would be
D. Ear Infection A. Cotrimoxazole
B. Amoxicillin
20. Treatment for chronic ear infection would be C. Penicillin
A. Give antibiotic for 5 days and dry the ear by D. Ciprofloxacin
wicking
B. Give aspirin 27. First line antibiotic for cholera would be
C. Instill quinolone otic drops and dry the ear by A. Tetracycline
wicking B. Ciprofloxacine
D. Give first dose of antibiotic and paracetamol for C. Albendazole
pain D. Cotrimoxazole

21. Treatment for acute ear infection would be 28. The first line Oral Antimalarial would be
A. Give antibiotic for 5 days and dry the ear by A. Chloroquine
wicking B. Sulfadoxine
B. Give aspirin C. Pyramethamine
C. Instill quinolone otic drops and dry the ear by D. Artemether
wicking
29. The appropriate amount of Vitamin A capsules
(200,000 IU) to be given to a child aged 12 months to
5 years would be
A. 3
B. 2
C. 1
D. 1/2

30. In soothing the throat and relieving cough with a


safe remedy, all are discouraged but one
A. Giving cough syrups
B. Giving oral decongestant
C. Giving nasal decongestant
D. Giving calamansi juice