104+ Possible Questions Of Paediatric And Child Health | Cmt 5 Second Year

  There are alot of possible questions that you can try to solve after finishing a certain module. By means that these are possible that can help a medical student to know how questions has been asked by lecture or tutor, these are online questions not downloadable you can screenshot to have and store In your device

Below are lists of possible question of a particular module. Pass through it and solve for the better performance

1. What are the common complications of scabies

2. Why are antihistamines used in management of ectoparisites?

3. What are the common helminthic infestations of public health importance?

4. How is Taenia solium transmitted?

5. How is schistostomiasis treate

6. What are the common causes of diarrhoeal diseases in our setting?

7. What are the clinical features of severe diarrhoea?

8. How is severe diarrhoea treated?

9. How can diarrhoea be prevented in the community?

10. What is the treatment of dysentery?

11. For complicated rectal prolapse, what should be done?

12. What are the organisms that cause chickenpox and mumps?

13. How are chicken pox and mumps spread?

14. What are clinical features of both diseases?

15. How are chickenpox and mumps treated?

16. What are the common complications of the diseases?

17. What is the causative agent for measles?

18. How is measles spread in the community?

19. What are clinical features of the disease?

20. What are the treatment options for measles?

21. What are the common complications of the disease?

22. How can measles be prevented in the community?

23. What is the name of the organism causing tuberculosis?

24. What are the common presenting features of childhood tuberculosis?

25. How is childhood tuberculosis diagnosed?

26. What are the common complications of childhood tuberculosis?

27. What are the preventive measures of childhood tuberculosis?

28. Define the term pneumonia.

29. List the common causative organisms for pneumonia in paediatrics.

30. What are the common presenting features of pneumonia in paediatrics?

31. What are the complications of pneumoni

32. What are the most common upper respiratory infections in children?

33. What are the most common presenting features of upper respiratory infections?

34. How can whooping cough be prevented in the community?

35. What are the most common complications of laryngotracheobronchitis?

36. How is chronic suppurative otitis media managed?

37. What are the common complications of otitis media?

38. What is important to remember during history taking in paediatrics?

39. List components of general physical examination in paediatrics.

40. What specimens are collected in paediatrics?

41. What is pediatrics?

42. What is child health?

43. What is growth and development?

44. What are the stages of child growth and development?

45. Explain how to determine growth by weighing, measuring height/length, MUAC and

46. OFC of a child.

47. What are the presenting features and causes of nephrotic syndrome?

48. What are the common medical complications of nephrotic syndrome?

49. What are the clinical features of glomerulonephritis?

50. How is glomerulonephritis managed?

51. What is balanitis?

52. How do we treat phimosis?

53. At what age do we correct hypospadius?

54. What are the investigations for posterior urethral valve?

55. What are the types of bladder extrophy?

56. What are the non-renal causes of haematuria?

57. How does the transmission of urinary schistosomiasis occur?

58. What are the clinical features of UTIs?

59. What is acute rheumatic fever?

60. Why should preventative antibiotics be given to children with history of rheumatic fever?

61. What are the clinical features of rheumatic heart disease?

62. What are the clinical features of infective endocarditis in neonates?

63. What is congenital heart disease?

64. What are the top congenital cardiac anomalies?

65. How are congenital heart diseases classified?

66. What are the causes of heart failure?

67. What are the common presenting features of heart failure?

68. How is heart failure managed?

69. What are the complications of heart failure?

70. What are the causes of deafness?

71. Explain the different types of blindness

72. What are the causes of speech delay?

73. What is the management of mental retardation?

74. What is cerebral palsy?

75. What are the causes of cerebral palsy?

76. How do you manage cerebral palsy?

77. What is meningitis?

78. How does meningitis get transmitted in the community?

79. How is a child with meningitis diagnosed?

80. How is meningitis treated?

81. What is malaria?

82. Describe the pathogenesis of malaria.

83. List the clinical presentation of uncomplicated malaria.

84. How can you treat severe malaria?

85. What are the preventive measures for malaria?

86. What is sickle cell anaemia?

87. What are common presenting features of sickle cell anaemia?

88. W hat are the common sickle cell crises?

89. What are the complications of sickle cell anaemia

90. What is anaemia?

91. What are the common causes of anaemia?

92. How is anaemia diagnosed?

93. How is anaemia treated?

94. How is anaemia prevented?

95. Name at least 5 common skin infections.

96. What are the clinical features of the infections you have named?

97. How can skin diseases be managed?

98. What are the 3 cardinal signs of leprosy?

99. How can leprosy be treated?

100. What is poliomyelitis?

101. How can you diagnose poliomyelitis?

102. What are the common causes of swelling and pain in joints?

103. How can you assess a child with joint swelling?

104. How can you manage a child with joint swelling/pain?


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