Tuesday, May 31, 2011

collection questions of commed lectures~





salam alyk..
Each lecture is summarized in the Questions mentioned in it either written or oral or MCQ , But please don't depend only on those Questions .. Try to take them as Highlights on the chapters and make a better focus on them.





Lecture 1 : Nutrition


MCQ : Page (71) in book ( Def. & Concepts ) > All MCQ

Written Qs :

1) Factors affecting calories requirements

2) Relation between food & disease.

3) Relation between nutrition & cancer (less important)*

4) Relation between nutrition & infection.

5) Comment on Egyptian Dietary Pattern.

6) PEM (Protein-Energy Malnutrition): Predisposing Factors + Prevention

7) Obesity kollaha

8) Vit. A: Prevention of its Deficiency

9) Vit. D: Only Prevention of its deficiency

10) Hypervitaminosis A

11) Hypervitaminosis D

12) Beri Beri (Vit B1. Deficiency)

13) Pellagra

14) Scurvy: (Predisposing Factors & Prevention)

15) Vit. B12: (Population at risk & Prevention)

16) Osteomalacia & Osteoporosis

17) Factors which delay iron absorption i.e. Factors which lead to iron deficiency anemia

18) Population at risk of iron deficiency anemia

19) Prevention of iron deficiency anemia

20) Prevention of infantile anemia

21) Consequences of Iodine deficiency + Population at risk

22) Benefits of breast feeding to the child & mother

23) Factors affecting successful breast feeding

24) Enumerate Breast Feeding Problems & Explain Management of one of them especially "Breast feeding of babies of working mothers"

25) Malnutrition problems among pre-school children

26) Malnutrition in Adolescents (Causes & Prevention)

27) Factors affecting nutritional status of pregnant mothers & outcome of pregnancy

28) Effect of malnutrition on health of mother & outcome of pregnancy

29) Factors leading to malnutrition in aging



N.B:

1) No Clinical picture is required in Written Exam. However, Clinical Picture of PEM (Protein-Energy Malnutrition) is important in Oral Exam

2) Rickets msh matlooba written l2an e7na hana5odha bel tafseel el sana el gaya fel atfal isa, laken momken tob2a so2al fel Oral 3ady

3) CHO msh btegy fel written

4) Vit. E & K msh btegy fel written

5) The main cause of Blindess globally is Vit. A Deficiency

6) The main cause of Mental Retardation globally is Iodine Deficiency

7) Assessment of Nutritional Status elli heya fel Practical btetsa2al kteer fel Oral laken msh ma3ana written

8) Relation between Nutrition & Cancer mohima aktar fel Oral, laken fel written byegi aktar el cancer elli mawgood fe chapters zay Occupational & Non Communicable Diseases


Lecture 2 & 3: Rabies and Droplet Infections


Written Qs :

1) Post-exposure prophylaxis in Rabies

2) Epidemiology of Rabies

3) Risk Factors of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)

4) Classification of Carriers (In General Epidemiology)

5) Infectious cycle (In General Epidemiology)

6) Enumerate Infections in which vaccines are given after exposure: (Rabies, HBV & Tetanus)

7) Epidemiology of T.B

8) Prevention & Control of T.B especially Control of Cases

9) T.B survey

10) T.B Indices

11) National T.B Control Program

12) Complications of Rubella is important ( Although complications are cancelled ) !!! >> This is due toCongenital Rubella Syndrome :)

13) Special Epidemiology is important in: T.B, Meningitis, MMR, Hepatitis B & C, Influenza, DPT & Polio

14) Epidemic Measures in: Yellow Fever, Cholera, Meningitis & Influenza

  • N.B: The following 3 Qs are Collections ( تجميعات ) , Can be asked as : Enumerate & Explain one of them ?

15) Vaccination + Chemoprophylaxis are used in: T.B, Meningitis, Streptococci, Influenza & Cholera

16) Vaccination + Seroprophylaxis are used in: Hepatits, MMR, Rabies, Varicella (Chicken Pox)

17) Vaccination + Chemoprophylaxis + Seroprophylaxis are used in: DPT i.e. In Diphtheria, Pertussis & Tetanus


Lecture 4 ( Bacterial Contact Infections )




Written Qs :

1)  Mode of Transmission of Tetanus (Types of Tetanus)

2)  Susceptibility & Resistance of Tetanus + Immunity

3) Prevention & Control of Tetanus

4) Uses & Values of Seroprophylaxis of Tetanus

5) Types & Uses of Active Immunization of Tetanus

6) Chemoprophylaxis & Prevention of Wound Tetanus

7) Tetanus Neonatorum (Public Health Significance, Mode of Transmission, Prevention & Elimination)

8) Public Health Significance of Anthrax

9) Mode of Transmission of Anthrax




MCQ & Oral :

1) Types of Contact Diseases

2) Causative Organism

3) Reservoir

4) Incubation Period

5) Period of Communicability

6) Characteristic sign of Clinical Picture e.g. Lockjaw in Tetanus

7) Case Fatality Rate in Tetanus

8) Diagnosis of Tetanus Neonatorum

9) Elimination of Tetanus Neonatorum




N.B:

1- Written exam 'll be short notes ( Like last year )
2- Characteristic sign of clinical picture of any disease are V. Important @ MCQ & Oral !!!!
3- Clinical Picture of Special Epidemiology Not written - But maybe MCQ or Oral
4- Epidemiology of Tetanus or Anthrax not written Questions but each item in it like ( Reservoir, Causative Organism, I/P, Period of Communicability) are a point of Questions in MCQ or Oral

Lecture 5 ( Primary Health Care )



Written Qs :

1) Component of PHC

2) Life Cycle Approach in PHC (Life Cycle + Services)

3) Function of Rural Health Unit

4) Role of Family Medicine in provision of Family Practice

5) Basic Benefit Package


Lecture 6 ( Occupational )

Written Qs :

1) General Methods of prevention of Occupational diseases (Environmental + Medical Measures)

2) Occupational Health Program (Especially Pre-employment medical examination)

3) Occupational Health Care

4) Pneumoconiosis (Definition & Factors affecting lung reactions to the inhaled dust)

5) *** Asbestosis most important (Definition, Occupational Exposure, Complications & Prevention)

6) ** Silicosis important (Definition, Occupational Exposure, Complications & Prevention)

7) Byssinosis less important (Definition, Occupational Exposure, Complications & Prevention)

8) Bagassosis less important (Definition, Occupational Exposure, Complications & Prevention)

9) Enumerate Preventive measures & Control of occupational exposure to chemical hazards

10) Enumerate Occupational exposure to high temperature (Outdoors & Indoors)

11) Measures of Control of Occupational exposure to high temperature

12) Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke & Heat Cramps

13) *** High Attitude Sickness

14) Caisson's Disease

15) Noise (Occupational Exposure & Hazardous Effects)

16) Prevention & Control of Noise Exposure

17) Acute Radiation Sickness

18) Chronic effects of Radiation

19) Radiation Protection

20) Infra-red rays & Micro wave sources of exposure & effects

21) Occupational Exposures to Biological Agents

22) Prevention of Blood Borne Infections among HCW

23) Common Causes of Stress at work place

24) Occupational Cancer (Characters, Prevention & Control)

25) Accidents at work place (Causes, Effects & Prevention)




Oral :

1) Occupational Hazards (Enumerate types & examples)

2) General Methods of prevention of Occupational diseases (Environmental + Medical Measures)

3) Enumerate members of occupational health team

4) Types of Dust

5) Skin Manifestations on exposure to high temperature

6) Forest Bite

7) Barotrauma



N.B.
 1- Pneumoconiosis (Definition & Factors affecting lung reactions to the inhaled dust) e7tmal eno yegi written msh kbeer awy
2- Factors influencing hazardous effects of noise (msh mayal leeh laken momken yegi)
3- Acute radiation sickness (very expected 3ashan mortabet be 7adset fokoshima)

Lecture 7: Geriatrics ( Elders) :


Written Qs :


1) Geriatrics as a public health problem, why ?

2) Geriatric health problems

3) Geriatric health program


4) Geriatric health services in Egypt



credit to: 
Mohamed El Hawary & Ahmed El Gendy



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