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Flashcards in ID217 Vaccine Preventable Diseases Deck (10):
1

What illnesses are included in the childhood immunization schedule?

1) diptheria
2) pertussis
3) tetanus
4) polio
5) Haemophilus influenza B
6) 13 strains of streptococcus pneumoniae
7) Neisseria meningitidis
8) measles
9) mumps
10) rubella
11) varicella
12) rotavirus
13) hepatitis B
14) 4 strains of human papilloma virus

2

what illnesses are recommended for immunizations for adults?

1) tetanus
2) pertussis
3) varicella zoster
4) influenza
5) pneumococcus

3

What vaccines are given for travelling?

1) hepatitis A
2) rabies
3) cholera
4) yellow fever
5) Japenese encephalitis

4

1) acute viral disease characterized by fever
2) palpable erythematous macular rash, progressing down the body
3) cough
4) coryza
5) conjunctivitis
6) pathognomonic enanthema (Koplik spots)

measles

5

This condition can occur in 1 in ever 1000 cases of measles

acute encephalitis

6

this is a fatal rare degenerative central nervous system disease characterized by behaviour and intellectual deterioration as well as seizures that occurs 7-10 years after wild-type measles virus infection

Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE)

7

What are the symptoms characteristic of rubella?

1) generalized erythematous maculopapular rash
2) lymphadenopathy
3) slight fever

8

what are the major complications of rubella?

1) encephalitis
2) thrombocytopenia
3) congenital rubella syndrome

9

what does varicella present?

generalized pruritic vesicular rash

10

how does diptheria present?

- membranous nasopharyngitis or obstructive laryngothracheitis
- bloody nasal disrcharge
- extensive neck swelling
- cervical lymphadenitis