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MCQs (WHOOPING COUGH) 1) Chinese call whooping cough as : a) 50 days cough b)100 days cough c) 1 month cough d) 3 months coug h
2) Meaning of term “WHOOP” : a) Loud crowing inspiration b) Loud crowing expiration c) Silent crowing inspiration d) silent crowing expiration
3) Causative agent in a large proportion cases of Pertusis is : a) Bordetella Pertusis b) Bordetella Parapertusis c) Adenovirus d) Para influenza virus
4) Source of infection of pertusis are : a) Subclinical cases b) Chronic carrier cases c) Clinical cases d) Animals
. 5) Incidence & fatality are observed to be more among : a) Males b) Females c) Both d) Adolescents
6) More cases of pertusis occurs during : a) summer b) Winter c) Spring d) Both b & c are correct
7) Most common complication of pertusis is : a) Encephalopathy b) Seizures c) Epistaxis d) Bronchopneumonia
8) Pertusis vaccine is a : a) Live vaccine b) Killed vaccine c) Toxoids d) None of the above
. 9) Booster dose of pertusis vaccine given at : a) 10-12 months b)18-24 months c) 24-36 months d) None of the above
10) Pertusis vaccine contraindicated in : a) Epilepsy b) Liver disease c) Congenital heart disease d) Worm infestation
ANSWER 1)b 2)a 3)a 4)c 5)b 6)d 7)d 8)b 9)b 10)a
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