Flashcards in Preventive Pediatrics Deck (27):

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## All vaccines can be given simultaneously except for

###
Tdap and diphtheria

Yellow fever and cholera vaccine

2

## Yellow fever and cholera vaccine should be given how many weeks apart

### 3 weeks

3

## Tdap and meningococcal vaccine must be given how many weeks alart

### 4 weeks

4

## Contraindications to live vaccines

###
Pregnancy

Immunosuppresion

5

## Minimum age where Japanese encephalitis vaccine can be given

### 9 months

6

## If more than 18 years old, how many doses of japanese encephalitis vaccine are given?

### Single dose only

7

## For fully immunized patients, Td boosters are given every

### 10 years

8

## What should be given if a neonate was born to a HbsAg positive mother?

### Hep B vaccine and immunoglobulin within 12 hours of birth

9

## What to give to the newborn if the HbsAg status is unknown?

###
Give vaccine within 12 hours

Determine status

If positive, give Ig no later than 7 days

10

## HPv vaccine can be given as early as what age

### 9 years old

11

## Hepatitis A vaccine can be given to ages

### 12 and above

12

## This vaccine is not routinely given to healthy children older than 5 years old

### Pneumococcal

13

## The final dose of this vaccine must be given no later than 8 months old

### Rotavirus

14

## Do not start this vaccine series in infants older than 15 weeks

### Rotavirus

15

## Schedule for rotavirus must be followed because of the increased risk of this disease if given in older than 15 weeks or last dose given later than 32 weeks

### Intussuception

16

## Absolute contraindication to vaccination in children

### Pertussis

17

## Who needs antibiotic prophylaxis in rabies?

### Category 3

18

## Drug of choice for rabies antibiotic prophylaxis

### Co-Amoxiclav 40 mg/kg/day x 7 days

19

## RA 10152- mandatory basic immunization does not cover which vaccine?

### Rotavirus

20

## What will you give to an unvaccinated exposed child to prevent measles?

### Vaccinate immediately

21

## This disease must be given post exposure prophylaxis to all close contacts regardless of immune status

### Diphtheria

22

## Newborn must be given varicella IG if mother had varicella when

### 5 days pre delivery up to 2 days after

23

##
IMCI PLAN C

give 30ml/kg for ____ and 70ml/kg for ____ in infants less than 12 months

###
1 hour

5 hours

24

##
IMCI PLAN C

give 30ml/kg for ____ and 70ml/kg for ____ in older children

###
30 mins

2 1/2 hours

25

##
IMCI PLAN A:

Amount given after each loose stool

<24 months

2-10 years

> 10 years

###
<24 months: 50-100ml

2-10 years: 100-200 ml

> 10 years: as much wanted

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##
IMCI PLAN B:

Amount needed= weight in kg x____

### Weight in kg x75

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