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Competency Appraisal- Midterm Exam

Name: _______________________________________

Score:___________

Date: ________

Instruction: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate answers using your IMCI chart.
QUESTIONS
1. Which signs indicate that a child
should be classified as SEVERE
PNEUMONIA or VERY SEVERE
DISEASE?

2. A child aged 12 months has


PNEUMONIA. What should be the
duration of antibiotic
treatment?
3. A child aged 2 months up to 5 years
has a general danger sign and
wheeze. What is her classification?
4. For how many cycles should one give
a rapid acting inhaled bronchodilator
before classifying the child with
wheeze?

5. A child aged 9 months has received a


trial of rapid acting inhaled
bronchodilator .She is now breathing
55 breaths per minute and has no
wheeze. What is her classification?
6. A child aged 15 months old months
has received a trial of rapid acting
inhaled bronchodilator .She is now
breathing 45 breaths per minute and
has a wheeze. What is her
classification?
7. A child aged 11 months old months
has received a trial of rapid acting
inhaled bronchodilator .She is now
breathing 44 breaths per minute and
has no wheeze. What is her
classification?
8. A child aged 36 months old months
has received a trial of rapid acting
inhaled bronchodilator .She is now
breathing 32 breaths per minute and
has a wheeze. What is her
classification?
9. A 15 month old child has chest
indrawing and a wheeze. What is its
classification?

10.A 44 months old has stridor when


calm and a wheeze. What is his
classification?

ANSWERS

11.How would you treat a child with a


classification of: SEVERE PNEUMONIA
WITH WHEEZING OR VERY SEVERE
DISEASE?

12.How would you treat a 23 month old


with PNEUMONIA with WHEEZING?

13.How many signs are needed to


classify a child as having SOME
DEHYDRATION?

14.What type of ORS should be used to


treat dehydration?

15.Which children need zinc


supplements?

16.How will you give zinc supplements


to a 4 month old infant with SOME
DEHYDRATION?

17.Give 2 signs that may indicate that a


child has SEVERE DEHYDRATION.
18.What are the 4 rules of Home
Treatment for diarrhea?

19.How will you give zinc supplements


to a 34 month old infant with NO
DEHYDRATION?

20.How would you treat a 9 month old

with a classification of dysentery?

21.A child is aged 2 months up to 5


years :
What are the 4 steps for checking the
general danger signs?

22.How do you decide if the child is


unconscious?

23.What is fast breathing in a child who


is 36 months old?

24.Should all children be classified with


fever?

25.Which signs indicate that a child has


SEVERE COMPLICATED MEASLES?

26.What are the fever classifications in a


high malaria risk area?

27.In a high malaria risk area, which


children should be classified as
having malaria?

28.How would you treat a child with


VERY SEVERE FEBRLE DISEASE?

29.Which signs indicate that a child


should be classified as having
CHRONIC EAR INFECTION?

30.Which signs indicate that a child has

MASTOIDITIS?

31.Which children should receive vitamin


A for treatment?

32.Which children should routinely


receive 6-monthly vitamin A?

33.When assessing and classifying for


nutrition, which signs should one look
for?

34.An infant aged 6 weeks has umbilical


redness extending to the skin. What
is his classification?

35.A 3 week old infant has slight chest


indrawing and localized skin pustules.
What is the classification?

36.A 2 day old has CONVULSIONS>How


would you treat the child?

37.What antibiotic would you use to


treat a 4 week old infant with LOCAL
BACTERIAL INFECTION?

38.After how many days would you


follow up an infant with LOCAL
BACTERIAL INFECTION?
39.A child with pneumonia should be
followed up in 2 days? ( True or False)

40.A child with DYSENTERY should be


followed up in 5 days? (True or False)
Prepared by:
Myrrha F. Taganas,RN