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COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING TOPICAL EXAM 1.

When the nurse plans, directs and implements nursing service activities in the local health agency, which function of the public health nurse is being described? A. Coordinating function B. Management function C. Nursing care function D. Supervisory function 2. After identifying the needs of the community, the community health nurse establishes priorities based on actual and potential health problems. What step in the nursing process is being utilized? A. Assessment B. Planning C. Implementation D. Evaluation 3. Mang Roberto has a history of repeated sexually transmitted infections due to unsafe sexual practices with no consistent medical treatment. This can be classified as: A. Health threat B. Health deficit C. Foreseeable crisis D. Health need 4. Which of the following WHO definitions of primary health care (PHC) is NOT true? A. Health care activities with full participation from the people B. An essential health care that the community can afford C. It is an essential health care made locally accessible D. Health care focuses on individuals, families and community 5. What country does the first international conference on primary health care held? A. United States of America B. Russia C. Germany D. United Kingdom

6. During registration/ admission step of the clinic visit, which standard activity is performed last? A. Performing physical examination B. Recording the clients chief complaint C. Greeting the client upon entry D. Retrieving the records of old clients 7. In blood pressure measurement, the diastolic BP, which is the disappearance of sound during auscultation is noted as the: A. Korotkoff Phase I B. Korotkoff Phase II C. Korotkoff Phase IV D. Korotkoff Phase V 8. Which of the following are included as purpose of a home visit? A. To provide nursing care to the sick, to provide health teaching and make use of the inter-referral system B. To assess living condition of the client, to meet educational needs of the family and to meet financial needs of the client C. To provide nursing care to the post-partum mother, to give health teaching regarding disease prevention and to conduct disease surveillance D. To provide nursing care to the newborn, to promote utilization of community services and to inquire about their personal life 9. Which of the following is NOT true about the utilization of the bag technique? A. All necessary articles and supplies should be in the bag B. Sphygmomanometer and stethoscope should not be put inside the bag C. Consider the articles that belong to the client as clean and sterile D. The bag is placed on the table of the clients house upon arrival 10. The following principles about bag technique are true EXCEPT: A. The bag technique should reflect the effectiveness of nursing intervention given to the client B. The use of bag technique is standard and should not vary when applied to different situation C. The bag technique follows the aseptic technique D. The bag technique is a systematic way of managing necessary supplies and equipment in rendering nursing care

11. The nurse is assisting a family in implementing isolation technique inside the house because a family member was recently diagnosed of a communicable disease. How should the nurse intervene? A. Articles of the client soiled with discharges is boiled in water for 15 minutes before laundering B. The sick member should stay in a dark room while food is being served C. The family should be taught about disinfecting the room frequently D. Spoons, glasses and plates of the client is labelled before mixing with other households utensils 12. Which of the following components of community analysis contains the morbidity or mortality data? A. Survey profile B. Health risk profile C. Demographic profile D. Health/ wellness outcomes profile 13. What are the five stages of community organizing? A. Analysis, design and initiation, implementation, program maintenance and dissemination B. Analysis, synthesis, dissemination, data collection and design and initiation C. Design, analysis, program maintenance, synthesis and dissemination D. Synthesis, dissemination, design and initiation, implementation and program maintenance 14. The following are tasks in community analysis EXCEPT: A. Collecting data, integrating community values and defining the community B. Assessing community capacity, synthesizing data and defining organization mission and goals C. Disseminating results, establishing organizational culture and assessing community capacity D. Setting priorities, Collecting data and defining the community 15. A barangay health nurse is designing a community program. She knows that there are several organizational structures, which can be utilized to encourage community participation. The nurse includes the following organizational structures: A. Hilot, Grass roots, Citizen panels, Networks and Official agency

B. Official agency, Leadership board, Grass roots and Fraternity C. Council, Coalition, Grass roots, Citizen panels and Networks D. Citizen panels, Consortia, BHWs, Council and Coalition 16. After designing a community program, the health nurse put the plans into action. She would include the following measures in the implementation stage of community organizing: A. Develop sequential work plan, integrate community values, generate citizen participation and assess effectiveness of the intervention B. Integrate community values, utilize integrated strategies, provide training and choose an organizational structure C. Generate citizen participation, develop sequential work plan, utilize integrated strategies and integrate community values D. Utilize integrated strategies, generate community participation, clarify roles and responsibilities and integrate community values 17. Which of the following is a true indicator of the success of the community program? A. Volunteers do not leave the organization B. All necessary information have been disseminated C. The organizational structure is suited with the program D. The program is gaining acceptance from the people 18. The community health nurse is conducting a formative evaluation of the organization and its programs. The nurse found out that the organization is no longer visible to the community. Which statement is true regarding its cause: A. The nurse failed to update community analysis B. The dissemination plan is ineffective C. The volunteers were not involved in the decision making D. The organizations members lack collaboration and networking 19. A group of nursing students is planning to create a community diagnosis in a selected barangay. The students identify the following processes as the first four steps in community diagnosis: A. Priority Setting, Determining Objectives, Developing the Instrument, Data Gathering B. Data Gathering, Collation, Presentation, Analysis, Identifying CHN Problems,

C. Determining Objectives, Defining Study Population, Determining Data to be Collected, Developing the Instrument D. Determining Objectives, Determining Data to be Collected, Developing the Instrument, Data Gathering 20. A community health nurse developed an instrument to facilitate data gathering in community diagnosis. Which activity is next after gathering and collating of data? A. Priority Setting B. Presentation C. Analysis D. Identifying problems 21. The nurse is planning to present the comparison of frequency of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in the barangay among public officials. What graph is most appropriate to use? A. Bar B. Line C. Pie D. Curved 22. Which of the following data is most appropriate to present using a pie graph? A. Seasonal trends of dengue B. Correlation of socioeconomic status to incidence of diarrhea C. Percentage of male and female D. Causes of illness and deaths 23. Which of the following is the primary focus of the community health nursing practice? A. Illness prevention B. Health promotion C. Rehabilitation D. Health restoration 24. The Ottawa charter for health promotion recommended the following action areas to operationalize the concept of health promotion EXCEPT: A. Focus health promotion on health care B. Create supportive environments C. Strengthen community action

D. Develop personal skills 25. Which of the following principles on health promotion cited by the WHO is NOT included? A. Health promotion involves the population as a whole B. Health promotions aims effective community participation C. Health promotion is primarily a medical service D. Health professionals are advocates of health promotion 26. When there is an existing working relationships between the health sector and other sectors involved in community development. What collaboration approach is being described? A. Intersectoral linkages B. Community participation C. Referral system D. Endorsement 27. The nurse is preparing a presentation comparing the frequencies of the top five leading causes of mortality in the barangay, what graph should the nurse use? A. Bar B. Curve C. Line D. Pie 28. Which is statement is NOT true about epidemiology? A. Epidemiology is the back bone of disease prevention B. Epidemiology is used to evaluate programs in the community C. Epidemiology is the study of the occurrences and distribution of diseases D. Epidemiology defines the state of health in the community 29. What component of the epidemiological triangle is considered the intrinsic property of microorganism to survive and cause a disease? A. Host B. Agent C. Environment D. Equilibrium 30. The habitual presence of a disease in a certain locality throughout a period of time can be described as what pattern of disease occurrence?

A. B. C. D.

Endemic Epidemic Pandemic Sporadic

31. Which of the following measures the natality rate? A. Crude birth rate B. Crude death rate C. Infant mortality rate D. Maternal mortality rate 32. Which of the following is a good index of the general health condition of a community? A. Fetal death rate B. Neonatal death rate C. Infant mortality rate D. Specific death rate 33. In the current year, 13 maternal deaths related to pregnancy and 10 deaths related childbirth were recorded in the municipality. The local civil registrar registered 500 live births on the same year. What is the maternal mortality rate of the municipality? A. 2.6 B. 26 C. 4.6 D. 46 34. Which statement is true regarding incidence rate? A. It measures the frequency of occurrence of the phenomenon during a given period of time. B. It measures the proportion of the population which exhibits a particular disease at a particular time. C. It shows the numerical relationship between deaths from all cases. D. It measures the distribution of occurrence of disease throughout a period of time. 35. Barangay Malamok registered 75 deaths in 2007, 72 in 2008, 153 deaths in 2009. Dengue outbreak was pointed to be the number one cause for such increase in the death rate. Among 509 infected people, 82 of them died from the disease. Compute the case fatality ratio of the barangay:

A. B. C. D.

16.11 53.59 161.10 535.94

36. According to RA 7160 also known as the local government code, all structures, personnel and budgetary allocations from the national level should be devolved to the local government units. Which among the following health units is operated by the provincial government? A. Rural health unit (RHU) B. District hospital C. Barangay health station (BHS) D. Health center (HC) 37. In FOURmula ONE for health, what element of the strategy has the goal to enhance health system performance in both national and local governments? A. Health financing B. Health regulation C. Health service delivery D. Good governance 38. The maternal health program is aiming to reduce maternal mortality rate. Which of the following is the leading cause of maternal deaths in the Philippines? A. Miscarriage B. Abortion C. Hypertension D. Post-partum hemorrhage 39. To improve the quality of prenatal care, the strategic thrusts for 20052010 includes that pregnant woman should have at least how many prenatal visits? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5

40. The community health nurse understands that the client can be considered fully immunized mother (FIM) if she received how many booster doses of tetanus toxoid (TT)? A. 2 B. 3 C. 5 D. 6 41. A 14-week primi-gravida mother comes to the clinic for prenatal check-up. The client asks the nurse if she is safe to receive Vitamin A supplement. The nurse would respond by saying: A. No. Vitamin A supplementation of vitamin before the 4 th month might cause neural tube defect to the baby B. Yes. Vitamin A supplementation is completely harmless to the baby C. No. Vitamin A supplementation before the 4th month might cause congenital problems to the baby D. Yes. Vitamin A supplementation is safe as long as she takes Iron supplement at the same time 42. A nurse in the lying-in clinic is providing supportive care to a client in labor. Which of the following health teachings is not true in facilitating clean and safe delivery? A. Tell the client to eat before delivery to provide energy B. Advise the client to take a bath at the onset of labor C. Encourage to empty bladder and bowels to facilitate delivery D. Teach the client to perform deep breathing technique in pushing baby out of the vagina 43. A municipal health nurse is facilitating a seminar about different family planning methods to a group of couples for the issuance of marriage license. The nurses teaching on the use of Billings method is INCORRECT when she says: A. You should be able to record menstruation including the dry days B. Regularly inspect the underwear for presence of mucus C. Abstain from sexual intercourse during dry days D. Record the most fertile observation at the end of the day 44. Which of the following is NOT a misconception about the use of family planning methods? A. Family planning methods can cause abortion

B. The use of contraceptive device can enhance sexual desire C. The use of contraceptive pills will render sterility D. The use of condom decreases sexual desire 45. Which of the following laws pertains to the bright child program which implements policies for the protection of children? A. EO 286 B. EO 51 C. RA 7600 D. RA 9288 46. A breastfeeding mother is adding complementary foods to her childs diet as early as 6 months of age. She understands that the requirement for energy and nutrient of her growing child can be met by introducing new foods other than breast milk. Which criterion of complementary foods is being practiced by the mother? A. Adequate B. Properly fed C. Safe D. Timely 47. According to RA 9288 or also known as Newborn Screening Act of 2004. What are the disorders included in the newborn screening? A. Phenylketonuria, Congenital hypothyroidsm and Autism B. Cretinism, Galactosemia and ADHD C. Galactosemia, Cretinism and Phenylketonuria D. Congenital hypothyroidism, Down syndrome and Wilms tumor 48. Which of the following diseases covered by the EPI program was successfully eliminated in the year 2000 and had received certification in Kyoto, Japan for its achievement? A. Measles B. Polio C. Diptheria D. Neonatal tetanus 49. Which of the following statements about measles immunization is NOT true? A. During measles outbreak, measles vaccine can be given at 6 months of age

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B. If measles immunization is given at 9 months, it provides 95% of protection against measles infection C. Measles vaccine should be stored in the freezer D. A measles vaccine given to a child at 1 year of age is more effective than giving it at 9 months 50. Which of the following EPI vaccines is scheduled only in the morning? A. Measles B. OPV C. DPT D. BCG 51. A 2 month old child is scheduled for second doses of DPT and OPV immunizations. The nurse assessed that the child has a fever of 38.3 degree Celsius. What should the nurse do? A. Administer medication and wait for the fever to subside before giving immunizations B. Tell the mother that the childs temperature contraindicates vaccination C. Refer the client to the physician for further assessment D. Administer the scheduled vaccines and avoid skipping the dose 52. Which of the following EPI vaccines is NOT recommended to be placed in a storage temperature of -15 to -25 degree Celsius? A. MMR B. BCG C. Measles D. OPV 53. Monitoring temperature of all EPI vaccines are very important to avoid spoilage and maintaining its potency. How frequent should the nurse monitor the vaccine temperature? A. Once a day B. Twice a day C. Three times a day D. Four times a day 54. Which of the following vaccines is made of killed bacteria? A. OPV B. BCG C. Diphtheria

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D. Pertussis 55. Who among the following clients is the target age of IMCI strategy? A. Children below 5 years old B. Children below 12 months old C. 12 months up to 5 years only D. 2 months up to 12 months only 56. In the IMCI strategy, if the child is classified under severe dehydration with no other severe classifications. What is the immediate action of the nurse? A. Start intravenous fluid therapy B. Urgent referral to the hospital C. Provide oresol via nasogastric tube D. Check for danger signs 57. According to the integrated case management process of IMCI, which of the following interventions are under yellow code treatment chart? A. Treat local infection, pre-referral treatments and advise care taker when to return immediately B. Home treatment, feeding and fluids and advise care taker when to return immediately C. Treat local infection, give oral drugs and teach caretaker D. Pre-referral treatments, advise parents and refer the child to a hospital 58. In IMCI, the following conditions are classified under danger signs EXCEPT: A. Lethargy B. Difficulty breathing C. Vomiting D. Convulsions 59. A 13 month old boy is brought by her mother in the outpatient health facility because of cough and colds. The child does not exhibit any danger signs. The childs respiratory rate is 41 breaths per minute. How should the nurse classify the condition? A. No pneumonia B. Pneumonia C. Severe pneumonia D. Very severe pneumonia

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60. A five year old boy was rushed to the community health clinic after several episodes of diarrhea for 13 days. The child is conscious with sunken eyes, drinks water moderately but not thirsty and skin pinch goes back after 2 seconds. What is the childs classification? A. No dehydration B. Some dehydration C. Persistent diarrhea D. Severe persistent diarrhea 61. A client has diarrhea but no signs of dehydration were observed could be specified under which treatment plan according to WHO? A. Plan A B. Plan B C. Plan C D. Plan D 62. A 3-week old infant was brought by his parents in the barangay health center due to feeding problems. The infant is not attaching to the breast of his mother and has not receiving breast milk for the past 24 hours. The nurse classifies the infant as having: A. Low weight B. Feeding problems C. Possible bacterial infection D. No feeding problems 63. A 6-year old child was brought by her aunt to the health clinic to be evaluated for his nutritional status. The child presents severe palmar pallor and edema of both feet. The nurse suggests that the child is demonstrating: A. Anemia B. Severe anemia C. Very low weight D. No anemia 64. The Garantisadong Pambata program of department of health (DOH) conducts micronutrient supplementation to infants and children to improve their growth and survival. What is the schedule for the distribution of Vitamin A capsules among children? A. Monthly B. Once a year

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C. Twice a year D. Depending on its availability 65. The Food Fortification Act of 2000 provides mandatory fortification of staple foods that includes the following EXCEPT: A. Flour B. Processed foods C. Cooking oil D. Refined sugar 66. A 12 month old child was observed to have conjunctival xerosis or dullness of the conjunctiva due to inadequate tear production. After thorough assessment, the child was diagnosed of xeropthalmia. Which of the following is the BEST action of the community health nurse? A. Immediately administer retinol capsule 100, 000 IU B. Give 1 capsule of retinol and advise to return after 6 months C. Administer 200, 000 IU of retinol immediately and another capsule the next day D. 100, 000 IU of retinol is given along with measles vaccine upon diagnosis 67. Which of the following is an INCORRECT statement about iron and folic acid supplementation among pregnant and lactating women? A. A dose of 800 mcg folic acid is safe to the pregnant woman B. A pregnant woman should receive 60 mg elemental iron and 400 mcg folic acid once a day for 6 months C. A lactating woman could receive coated tablet containing 60 mg elemental iron with 400 mcg folic acid everyday for 3 months D. If prenatal consultation is done during 2 nd and 3rd trimesters, a pregnant woman should receive 60 mg of elemental iron per day 68. Carl, 45-year old bank accountant comes to the community clinic to inquire about his body mass index. He is 5 6 tall weighing 75 kilograms. Based on Asia-Pacific Obesity Guidelines, the nurse analyzed the body mass index (BMI) classification of Carl and tells him: A. You weight is normal with your height B. You are overweight and should watch out your diet C. You are in the Obese I classification D. You are in the Obese II classification

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69. Which of the following are not included as crucial elements of the Philippine Reproductive Health? A. Family planning, Maternal and Child nutrition, Violence against women and children B. Maternal and child health, Early child development, Child health injuries C. Prevention and management of infertility, Mens reproductive health, Adolescents reproductive health D. Prevention and management of abortion, Prevention and Management of sexual dysfunctions, maternal and child health, Violence against women and children 70. Which of the following diseases is the leading cause of mortality in the Philippines as of 2009? A. Pneumonia B. Cancer C. Stroke D. Heart disease 71. During a past clinic visit the clients blood pressure registered 135/ 85. After a week, the clients blood pressure was taken again and has decreased to 125/ 80. According to the JNC 7 Report, what is the clients blood pressure category? A. Normal B. Pre-hypertension C. Hypertension, Stage 1 D. Hypertension, Stage 2 72. A public health nurse is communicating to a hypertensive client. Which statement by the nurse indicates insufficient knowledge on risk factors for hypertension? A. Increased weight or obesity can cause primary hypertension B. Older persons are at greater risk of developing hypertension C. Excessive salt intake does not cause hypertension in all people D. Systolic pressure is more affected than diastolic pressure with excessive alcohol intake 73. A wife of a 65 year old stroke client asks the nurse what are my chances of having a stroke attack like my husband? How should the nurse respond? A. People in higher socio-economic status have a higher risk for stroke

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B. More men than women die of stroke at all ages C. The chance of stroke is greater in people who have family history of stroke D. A decreased red blood cell count is a risk factor for stroke 74. Which of the following agents are capable of causing cancer? A. Mutagen, carcinogen , teratogen B. Aflatoxin, polycyclic hydrocarbons, benzopyrene C. Nitrosamines, teratogen, aflatoxin D. Benzopyrene, nitrosamines, mutagen 75. The presence of which of the following is considered the hallmark of diagnosis of diabetes mellitus? A. Polydipsia B. Polyuria C. Hyperglycemia D. Insulin 76. Which diagnostic test would confirm the presence of COPD? A. Spirometry B. Sputum analysis C. Chest X-ray D. Mantoux test 77. A community health nurse is promoting stress management techniques to clients with multiple sclerosis. The nurse understands that meditation exercise can help control the clients stress that may prevent exacerbation of the symptoms. She enumerates the following effects of meditation that includes: A. Lowers blood pressure, helps with clear thinking, eliminate lactic acid B. Releases tension through rhythmic movements, invigorates and improve productivity C. Promotes tissue healing, enhances social relationship, cures the disease D. Increases blood volume, speeds up metabolism, relives muscle tension 78. According to the WHO, the top five priority preventable or treatable eye conditions world wide are the following: A. Refractive errors, Childhood blindness, Retinal detachment, Cataract and Trachoma B. Trachoma, Cataract, Refractive errors, Onchocerciasis and Glaucoma

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C. Childhood blindness, Trachoma, Onchocerciasis, Cataract and Color blindness D. Cataract, Refractive errors, Trachoma, Onchocerciasis and Childhood blindness 79. Based on the RA 7170, otherwise known as the Organ Donation Act of 1991. Which among the following conditions can the person legally donate an organ? A. When consent for donation is taken from the surgeon in the absence of a donation card. B. A 17 year adolescent who signed a consent in the presence of two witnesses C. A 65 year old mother with leukemia who wishes to donate her organ when she dies D. If the donors family is willing to shoulder the expenses for the transplant operation 80. Which of the following laws provides legal basis in considering for rehabilitation, self-development and self-reliance of disabled persons? A. RA 7875 B. RA 7277 C. RA 7719 D. RA 7305 81. Which of the following is an unapproved type of water supply facility? A. Stand post B. Point source C. Communal faucet D. Open dug wells 82. Which of the following approved types of toilet facilities is categorized under Level II? A. Pit latrines B. Water sealed toilet with septic vault C. Pour flush toilet D. Aqua privies 83. The following are appropriate ways in preparing foods to consider food safety EXCEPT: A. Inspect expiry dates of processed foods

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B. Make sure all parts of the food reach 70 degrees Celsius when cooking C. All cooked foods should be left at room temperature for not more than 2 hours D. Make sure that canned goods have dents before buying it 84. Which of the following legal regulations aims to establish waste water treatment facilities to help clean the waste water before releasing it into the rivers and seas? A. RA 9003 B. RA 8749 C. RA 9275 D. RA 6969 85. Which of the following is not included among the ten (10) herbal plants advocated by the department of health? A. Kamalan B. Yerba Buena C. Kava D. Pansit-pansitan 86. Which of the following herbal plants is a shrub? A. Ulasimang bato B. Bayabas C. Tsaang Gubat D. Niyug-Niyogan 87. A public health nurse is teaching a group of mothers in the community about proper use of herbal medicine. Which statement by the mother indicates further teaching? A. I need to boil the leaves of lagundi in a casserole to obtain a decoction B. I will not use insecticides in my herbal plants C. I will only prepare part of the plant being advocated D. Ulasimang-Bato may also be eaten as a salad 88. The following conditions prevents a person from donating blood EXCEPT: A. Diabetes B. Epilepsy C. Hyperthyroidism D. Hypothyroidism

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89. Which of the following is NOT a criterion for establishing a Botika ng Barangay? A. A Barangay that is far flung, depressed and hard to reach B. Community sourced funds at least 1/3 of the initial capital requirements C. Commitment from a licensed nurse to supervise the operations of the Botika D. If there is a space for the Botika ng Baranggay 90. Bruno is a school health nurse of St. Benedict Elementary School. He is consistent in conducting yearly physical examination of the students. Which of the following procedures made by Nurse Bruno during an annual physical exam would be considered not in lined with the standards advocated by the DOH? A. Nurse Bruno conducts a classroom health lecture after the health assessment B. He assigns three to five students at a time to stay in the waiting area C. He assesses the students one by one. D. He assesses the female student in the presence of a her teacher 91. A school health nurse can help improve the knowledge and behavior of the students pertaining to health by doing the following activities EXCEPT: A. Conducting training programs on health and nutrition B. Assessing the students personal and family background C. Presenting self as a resource person during a wellness school program D. Discussing health and nutrition assessment findings during a school meeting 92. Which public health nurse is in a prime position to assess the health needs of the working population and design healthful working interventions? A. School Health Nurse B. Occupational Health Nurse C. Community Health Nurse D. Chief Nurse 93. According to PD 856, the following are appropriate functions of the occupational health nurse in maintaining industrial hygiene EXCEPT: A. Attends to complaints of all establishments in the area of assignment related to industrial hygiene

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B. Refer to higher authority all unsolved issues in relation to occupational health problems C. Prepares and submit annual reports to the Local and National government D. Suspend business permits for violation on industrial hygiene of the sanitation code 94. Which of the following approaches in the application of public health principles as an occupational health nurse determines relationship of work and illness of the employees? A. Epidemiology B. Team Approach C. Worker Assessment D. Community Assessment 95. An occupational health nurse is monitoring the factory workers who were exposed to chemical hazards in the industrial company and coordinates with the local government regarding the issue. The nurse is utilizing which level of prevention? A. Primary B. Intermediate C. Secondary D. Tertiary 96. Which of the following is categorized as biological hazard in the workplace that can affect workers health and safety? A. Radiation B. Tuberculosis C. Fumes and dust D. Sexual harassment 97. Which of the following deals with the Employees Compensation and State Insurance Fund? A. PD 626 B. PD 148 C. PD 825 D. RA 6758 98. According to the World Health Report as of 2003, which psychiatric condition is most prevalent in the world?

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A. B. C. D.

Schizophrenia Suicide Depression Substance abuse

99. The Department of Health (DOH) launched the Sentrong Sigla (SS) movement to conduct quality assurance program and improve the services in the government health facilities. Which of the following is NOT true about this program? A. Its main strategy is to recognized and provide certifications to health centers who are able to comply with the standards B. The focus is on the core public health program that can benefit the greatest number of people C. The people in the community are involved in the assessment for SS certification of the local health unit D. The goal of the movement is to facilitate employment of more nurses and physicians in the local health centers 100. The Field Health Services and Information System (FHSIS) is the recording and reporting system in public health care in the Philippines. FHSIS reports are prepared and submitted weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually. Which of the following data or activities require every few minute reporting? A. Maternal deaths B. Malaria control activities C. Natality Report D. Mortality Report

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