Management Of Communicable Disease Questions For NMT Nta Level 5 nursing and midwifery

These are Management Of Communicable Disease Questions For nmt nta level 5 nursing and midwifery course. These are collection of questions from different previously past paper. You can help by solving those questions below, and you can try it to download below

1.  How can you prevent Schistomiasis in the community

2.  What vectors are responsible for transmission of bancroftian filariasis

3.  What is onchocerciasis

4.  What is trypanosomiasis

5.  How can a person contact trypanosomiasis

6.  List stages of trypanosomiasis (life cycle)

7.  What are the preventive and control measures of trypanosomiasis

8.  What is the management of cholera?

9.  How can you prevent cholera?

10.     What are the signs and symptoms of Typhoid fever?

11.     What are the complications of Typhoid fever?

12.     Define bacillary dysentery

13.     Explain the mode of transmission of bacillary dysentery

14.     What is amoebiasis?

15.     What is the mode of transmission of amoebiasis?

16.      What are the clinical features of amoebiasis?

17.      How can you prevent and control amoebiasis?

18.     Define gastroenteritis

19.     What are the causes of gastroenteritis?

20.     Enumerate the general signs and symptoms of both viral and bacterial gastroenteritis

21.     Mention the prevention and control measures of gastroenteritis

22.     Define what is meant by HIV/AIDS and the key population

23.     What are the classifications of HIV/AIDS?

24.     List possible complications of HIV/AIDS.

25.     What are the preventive measures of HIV/AIDS?

26.     How are you supposed to manage patients with HIV/AIDS

27.     List steps of administering PEP

28.     Explain the importance of PEP

29.     What are the signs and symptoms of a patient in WHO clinical stage two?

30.      describe the management ofa patient with HIV and AIDs

31.     What are the differences between stigma and discrimination?

32.     What groups of people are considered as key population?

33.     In what ways can Attitude and Stigma to Key Population and HIV and AIDS Clients affect health acre provision?

34.     What is an integrated management of adult and adolescent Illness (IMAI)?

35.     What are the advantages of IMAI?

36.     List four good principles of chronic care

37.     What are opportunistic infections?

38.     What the examples of opportunistic infections?

39.     How can people living HIV be identified?

40.     Ask learners to answer the following questions:

41.     What is a dengue?

42.     What is the causative agent of dengue?

43.     What care can be given to patients with dengue?

44.     How can dengue be prevented and controlled?

45.     How is acute conjunctivitis transmitted from one person to another?

46.     What are the means of preventing and controlling acute conjunctivitis in different groups of people?

47.     How will you treat a person with acute conjunctivitis?

48.     How is trachoma prevented?

49.     What are the clinical features of a patient with Tinea?

50.     What are the prevention of tinea?

51.     What are the treatment and nursing care of the patient with:

52.     Head Lice:?

53.     Body Lice?

54.     Pubic (crab) Lice?

55.     What are the signs and symptoms of a patient with scabies?

56.     What are the preventive measures of scabies?

57.     Session Evaluation

58.     What is a communicable disease?

59.     What are the two main routes of transmission for communicable diseases?

60.     What are main methods of preventing and controlling communicable diseases?

61.     What are epidemiological data?

62.     What are the sources of epidemiological data?

63.     How can epidemiological data be collected?

64.     What parts of basic community health intervention plan?

65.     What are the uses of epidemiology?

66.     What are the measures of morbidity?

67.     What are the measures of mortality?

68.     What is disease prevention?

69.     Mention three levels of prevention of diseases

70.     How can community be involved in disease prevention?





       DFID, 2007. Taking Action Against HIV Stigma and Discrimination: Guidance Document and Supporting Resources,

       IPPF, 2011. Piecing it Together for Women and Girls: The Gender Dimentions of HIV-related Stigma,

       MOH, 2007. National Guidelines for Management of Sexually Transmitted and Reproductive Tract InfectionsFirst., Dar.

       WHO, 2014. Consolidated HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care for Key populations, Geneva: WHO Press.


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