Communicable & Non Communicable Diseases MCQ Question Answer For HPSSC Staff Nurse & Aiims Staff Nurse Exam Set-1

Communicable  & Non Communicable  Diseases MCQ Question Answer For HPSSC Staff Nurse & Aiims Staff Nurse Exam

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Communicable  & Non Communicable  Diseases MCQ Question Answer


 1. In acetone killed typhoid vaccine the immunity last for:

(a) 6 months

(b) 1 year

(c) 2 years

(d) 3 years


2. In salmonellosis, isolation is recommended till:

(a) 3 consecutive stool cultures are -ve

(b) Fever subsides

(c) widal reaction is -ve

(d) 72 hour after chloramphenical therapy


3. The time period is more than for chronic carrier of typhoid.

(a) 3 months 

(b) 6 months

(c) 9 months 

(d) 12 months

 

4. Highest incidence of typhoid fever in the age group (years):

(a) 10-12 

(b) 20-30

(c) 30-40 

(d) 40-60


5. In typhoid, a permanent carrier is one who excretes bacilli for more than:

(a) 3 months

 (b) 6 months

(c) 1 year 

(d) 3 years


6. Only human beings are the reservoirs for:

(a) Pox

(b) Influenza

(c) Salmonella 

(d) Rabies


7. In Salmonellosis isolation done till:

(a) Fever subsides

( b) Blood culture negative

(c) Spleen subsides

(d) Stool culture negative for three times


8. Vomiting occurs in a group of children in the night who had a meal at noon. The causative agent for food poisoning is most likely to be:

(a) Salmonella

(b) Botulism

(c) Staphylococcus

d) Viral gastroenteritis


9. The common cause of diarrhoea in children is:

(a) Rota virus

 (b) Norwalk virus

(c) Adenovirus

 (d) Giardiasis


10. Certificate of cholera vaccination is valid after days:

(a) 1

(b) 3

(c) 6

(d) 10


11. Regarding cholera vaccine all are correct except that:

(a) It is given at intervals of 6 months

(b) Long-lasting immunity

(C) Not useful in epidemics

(d) Not given orally


12. As per the latest guidelines which of the following dehydration status required ORS prescription:

(a) Mild dehydration

(6) Moderate dehydration

(c) Some dehydration

(d) Any dehydration




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