Measles and Hib Quiz
This causes meningitis, septic arthritis, epiglottitis, and pneumonia in children under the age of what age for several months?
Haemophilus influenzae is a Gram-negative Coccobacillus that can survive in the throat as what carrier?
What are Koplik spots?
A. Rash that appears on the abdomen
B. Spots that appear in mouth
C. Rash that appears on the limbs
D. Spots that appear under the nails
Measles is also known as:
D. Roseola Infantum
True or False.
A patient with measles is declared non-infectious as soon as the rash disappears.
Measles is mainly caused by:
What causes meningitis?
A. Unencapsulated strain of H. influenzae
B. Encapsulated strain of H. influenzae
C. Bordatella pertussis
D. Fransicella tularensis
healthy man has been given a Hib vaccine. He asks how effective the vaccine is at preventing Hib illness. Which answer is most correct?
True or False.
Measles can be prevented by the pentavalent vaccine.
Gram negative bacilli cause the same types of disease.
Measles is benign or milder than Rubella.
Cardinal signs of Measles. Except:
What diseases does Haemophilus influenzae type b cause? Except:
D. Coronary artery disease
In a several studies claimed that ______ vaccination reduces carrier of this disease among children in developed and developing countries such as Nepal and Brazil.
A. Haemophilus influenzae type b
B. Haemophilus influenzae type f
C. Haemophilus influenzae type a
D. Haemophilus influenzae type c
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