Monday, January 23, 2012

Q. What is the chance of having a second SIDS infant after the first infant died of SIDS?


A. 1 %
B. 10 %
C. 50 %
D. 70 %

Answer A
1. The risk of subsequent SIDS infant has not been established
2. There is a less than 1 percent in the general population to have SIDS infant

Q. A 5 year old is seen in the ER with head injury and multiple body bruises. You suspect?


A. Antisocial disorder
B. Child abuse
C. Bipolar
D. Autism

Answer B
1. Child abuse should be suspected with signs of multiple injuries

Q. The first dose of hepatitis B vaccine is given at?


A. 6 months
B. 1 year
C. 3 years
D. 5 years 

Answer B
1. First dose of hepatitis B vaccine is given at age one

Q. Which is an example of the concept of conservation?


A. Speak in complete sentences
B. Able to hope on one foot
C. Count the correct change
D. Color coordination

Answer C
1. The concept of conservation a major cognitive task in children
2. Appropriately display around the school age

Q. A 5-year-old child with attention seeking disorder is best treated by?


A. Ignoring the child
B. Yelling back at child
C. Physical punishment
D. Time out

Answer A
1. Ignoring the child is the best method to deal with attention seekers

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Q. While assessing an infant’s eye, you observe upward slanting eyes and Brushfield spots. What do you suspect?


A. Klinefelter Syndrome
B. Down Syndrome
C. Turner Syndrome
D. Fragile X Syndrome

Answer B
E1. If you notice upward slanting eyes and Brushfield spots, you should suspect Down syndrome
E2. Down syndrome infants may also present with flattened facies, low to set ears, a large tongue, and thin hair