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Scientists
• Which of the following
is the discovery of this
scientist:
a. OPV
b. Rabies Vaccine
c. Small Pox Vaccine
d. Anthrax Vaccine
• Edward Jenner
• Which of the following
concepts was given by this
scientist:
a. Spontaneous generation
theory
b. Germ theory of diseases
c. Web of Causation
d. Multi-factorial disease
causation
• Louis Pasteur
• Identify the suitable
assertion for this image:
a. Father of Medicine
b. Father of Epidemiology
c. Father of Surgery
d. Father of Evidence
Based Medicine
• A. Hippocrates
• B. Hippocrates / John Snow (Modern
Epidemiology)
• Ambroise Pare (Indian Surgery: Susruta)
• David Lawrence Sacket
• Robert Koch
• Koch’s Postulates
• Anthrax is caused by a
bacteria
• The person shown in the
picture has contributed
significantly to which of
the following diseases:
a. Cholera
b. Malaria
c. Filariasis
d. Dengue
• Malaria
• Ronald Ross
• Which of the following is the
discovery of the scientist
shown in the picture:
a. Small pox vaccine
b. Prevention of Scurvy
c. Investigation of cholera
epidemic
d. OPV
• James Lind
LOGOS
• In which year did this
agency come into being:
a. 1943
b. 1946
c. 1948
d. 1945
• WHO
• HQ: Geneva
• Formal existence: 1948
• Where is the
headquarter of this
agency located:
a. New York
b. Geneva
c. Rome
d. Washington DC
• UNICEF
• Established in 1946
• HQ: New York
• Identify the logo:
a. World Bank
b. Global Fund for AIDS, TB &
Malaria
c. Sustainable Development
goals
d. Millennium Development
goals
• World Bank
• Funding Agency for many NHP, India
Population Project
• The logo shown below is being
used by which of the following
National Health Program /
Scheme in India:
a. National Health Mission
b. National water conservation
Movement
c. National Leprosy elimination
program
d. Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for
empowerment of Adolescent girls
• NLEP: 1983
• NLCP: 1955
• MLEC: 1998 - 2004
• RNTCP: 1992
• 1976
• Started in 2005
• 2005 – 2012
• Extended in 2012 and
renamed as NHM (2012
– 2017)
• The logo shown below is
being used by which of the
following National Health
Program / Scheme in
India:
a. National Health Mission
b. National Rural Health
Mission
c. Mission Indradhanush
d. National Vector Borne
diseases Control Program
• NVBDCP
• Started in 2003 – 04
• Includes 6 diseases
• Identify the disease with which
the following logo is associated:
a. Hepatitis
b. Breast Cancer
c. HIV / AIDS
d. None
• HIV / AIDS
• Yellow ribbon: Hepatitis
• Pink ribbon : Breast cancer
• Blue ribbon: Ca cervix
• The symbol given
alongside is used for
which of the following:
a. Toxic wastes
b. E-waste
c. Biomedical wastes
d. Non biodegradable
wastes
• Toxic waste
• Triangle with C inside: Cytotoxic waste
• The symbol given
alongside is used for
which of the following:
a. Toxic wastes
b. E-waste
c. Biomedical wastes
d. Non biodegradable
wastes
• Biomedical Waste
• Which of the vaccines
have this symbol:
a. Measles
b. Hepatitis B
c. OPV
d. Both b and c
• OPV
• VVM: Label containing a
heat sensitive material
to register cumulative
exposure over time
Vectors
• Which of the following
disease is transmitted
by the following vector?
a. Malaria
b. Dengue
c. KFD
d. Japanese encephalitis
• Aedes: Tiger mosquito
• Imp species: aegypti, vittatus, albopictus
• Breeds in artificial collections of water
• Lays egg singly; cigar shaped
• Bites during day time
• Flight range: 100m
• AAI: must be kept 0
• Dis Transmitted: YF, Dengue, Rift valley fever,
Chikungunya
• Which of the following
disease is transmitted
by the following vector?
a. Malaria
b. Dengue
c. KFD
d. Japanese encephalitis
• Anopheles
• Breeds in fresh water
• Bites at night
• Eggs are laid singly
• Pupa has short and broad siphon tube
• Which of the following
diseases is transmitted
by this vector:
a. Malaria
b. Filaria
c. Visceral Leismaniasis
d. Dengue
• Sandfly
• Hairy body
• Dis. Transmitted: KOSO
– Kalazar
– Oriental sore
– Sandfly fever
– Oraya fever
• Louse
• Dis Transmitted: PERT
– Pediculosis
– Epidemic typhus
– Relapsing fever
– Trench fever
• Soft tick:
– Q fever
– Relapsing fever
– KFD (not in India)
• Hard tick:
– Tick typhus: RMSF
– Viral encephalitis
– VF / VHF
– Tularemia
– Tick paralysis
– Human Babesiosis
• Trombiculid mite
• Dis Transmitted:
– Scrub typhus
– Rickettsial pox
• Rat Flea
• Dis Transmitted: BECH
– Bubonic plague
– Endemic typhus
– Chiggerosis
– Hymenolepsis diminuta
• Reduviid bug
• Dis transmitted:
– Chagas disease
Diagrams
• Histogram: frequency
distribution of
quantitative or
continuous data
• Pie Chart: Percentage or
proportion
• Standard Normal
Distribution Curve ( Z
distribution curve)
• Line Diagram: Time
Trend
• Secular trend
• What does the
following diagram
depict:
a. Line diagram
b. Scatter plot
c. Box & whisker plot
d. Stem & leaf plot
• Box & Whisker plot: Median and Inter-quartile
range
• Population Pyramid: for
Developing Country –
broad base with a
tapering top
• This spindle shaped
population pyramid is
typical of:
a. Developing country
b. Developed country
c. Either developed or
developing counrty
d. None
• Population Pyramid for Developed country:
Spindle shaped
• Female Condom
(Femshield)
• Available in India
• Made of Polyurethane
• FR: 5 – 21 PHWY
• More expensive than
male condom
• Multiload (375) Device
• Effective for >=5 yrs
• FR: 0.5 – 0.8 PHWY
• Diaphragm / Dutch Cap
• Always prescribed with
spermicidal jelly
• Must remain in place
for 6hrs after
intercourse
• FR : 6 – 12 PHWY
• LNG 20 (Mirena)
• Releases 20 mcg of
levonorgestral daily
• FR: 0.2 PHWY
• Effective for 10 yrs
• Only IUD currently
being provided through
NFWP
• Effective for upto 10 yrs
• FR: 0.4 – 0.8 PHWY
• Has Cu sleeves on
horizontal limb
Study Designs
• Which of the following
study designs is
denoted in the diagram:
a. Case control study
b. Case series study
c. Concurrent cohort
study
d. Historical cohort study
• Which of the following
study designs is
denoted in the diagram:
a. Case control study
b. Case series study
c. Concurrent cohort
study
d. Historical cohort study
• Which of the following
study designs is
denoted in the diagram:
a. Case control study
b. Case series study
c. Concurrent cohort
study
d. Historical cohort study
• RCT: Parallel
Equipments
• Which of the following
characteristics of air is
measured by the
equipment shown below:
a. Air temperature only
b. Air temperature &
humidity
c. Air temperature,
humidity & air movement
d. Air velocity only
• Kata Thermometer: Cooling Power of Air
– Air Temperature
– Humidity
– Low wind velocity (air movement)
• Anemometer
• Measures: Wind
Velocity or High wind
velocity
• Globe thermometer:
Radiant Heat
• Sling Psychrometer
• Measures: Humidity
• Dry & Wet Bulb
Thermometer
• Measures: Humidity
• Set of 2 Thermometers:
– 1 Bulb Visible
– 1 Bulb covered with wet
muslin cloth (not Visible)