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Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Important OSPE Questions: Important OSPE Questions 4 th Year MBBS OSPE Community Medicine By MUHAMMAD AHSAN QURBAN Student of 4 th year MBBS (RAWALIANS 35 th ) Rawalpindi Medical College Rawalpindi,PakistanSlide 2: B A What does the diagram show i. A ____, ii. B _____, 1 Give three methods to disinfect water on small scale 1.5 Define Cone of Filtration 1.5 Q. No 1.Slide 3: Name this diagram 2 Name three diseases transmitted by faeco-oral route 1 Give three methods to prevent them 1 Q. No 2.Slide 4: Mr. Mubarik Hussain age 32 is a Bank Manager. He is a very diet conscious person. Moreover he joined a gym and goes daily for exercise. Questions: 1. Calculate the basal energy requirement of Mr. Mubarik Hussain in kcal. 02 (His BMR= 40 cal/hr/m 2 and his body Surface area= 1.75 m 2 ) 2. Which factors determine the energy requirement of a person 02 Q. No 3.Slide 5: There was heavy flood In a village near Kot Addu during recent monsoon. An outbreak of cholera occurred and 100 persons were affected. Population of the village was 5000. Questions: Calculate the attack rate and incidence rate of cholera in this epidemic (02) What factors were responsible for the development of this epidemic (02) Q. No 4.Slide 6: In 2010 an Epidemic of acute Gastro-enteritis occurred in a small village Near Noshera after flooding. The population of affected village is 1000. Among this population, 500 cases of Gastro-enteritis were diagnosed, out of the diagnosed cases 10 people died. Questions: Calculate the Case Fatality Rate (CFR) of cholera in this village. (03) Name the communicable diseases having almost 100% CFR. (01) Q. No 5.Slide 7: A group of Pan Chewers (n=7000) in Quetta was followed for 25 years to study association of pan chewing and CA-mouth. A control group comprising 10,000 persons was also identified and was followed for the same period. At the end of study, 7 of the exposed group and 10 in the non exposed group developed CA- mouth. Name the type of study undertaken. 01 Construct 2x2 table form the given data 02 Calculate the “Relative risk” 01 Questions: Q. No 6.Slide 8: Number of live births recorded in a Small town near Hydrabad during 2009 were found to be 400 while the number of deaths recorded during the same year were 250 . Questions: Calculate Vital Index. (2.5) Interpret the results. (1.5) Q. No 7.Slide 9: Fluorosis is a cosmetic problem Questions: What level of fluoride in drinking water causes this problem 2 What interventions can be taken to reduce the problem 2 Q. No 8.Slide 10: A community based quantitative study to find the prevalence of Hepatitis C is to be conducted in District Rawalpindi. Considering the large population of the district. Question: What should be the appropriate sampling technique. 02 Give three reasons in favour of the chosen technique. 01 What are the limitations of this technique 01 Q. No 9.Slide 11: An NGO working in the rural areas of Gujranwala found very high prevalence of microcytic, hypochromic anemia amongst farmers. Most of them had Hb levels less than 9 mg % and had common complaint of pain abdomen. Questions: What can be the most likely cause of the problem. 02 Write down three preventive steps in this regard. 02 Q. No 10.Slide 12: Questions: What will be the dietary advice of medical officer to the laborer? 02 What else should be included in the management of the child 02 A 6 year old boy was brought to peads OPD with the c/o frequent illnesses and failure to gain weight. O/E he was found to be suffering from pallor, puffiness of face and edema feet . His father is a laborer. He was diagnosed as a case of Kwashiorkor. Q. No 11.Slide 13: Q. No 12. Name the contraceptive device in use 1 What material is it made of 1 What is its mode of action 1 How much surface area of copper is essential for its effectiveness 1 Questions:Slide 14: A public health team surveyed a community of Ratta Amral, Rawalpindi to assess their health status. In this community, incidence of Tuberculosis was found to be 10 cases per 1000 population per year. However, mean duration of illness of TB in this community was determined to be one and half year. Calculate the prevalence of Tuberculosis among the residents of Ratta Amral. 4 Questions: Q. No 13.Slide 15: Mr. Iqbal Shaikh a businessman, is traveling from Pakistan to South Africa for the first time on his business trip and will be returning after 03 weeks. What vaccination do you recommend for him 02 Which type of vaccine is it? 01 What is the dosage schedule for it? 01 Questions: Q. No 14.Slide 16: During Hajj and Umrah there is always a threat of an out break of Meningococcal Meningitis. Health Authorities of Saudi Arabia are very much concerned about this situation. How the chance of this out break can be prevented? 02 What post exposure prophylactic measures you recommend for the health workers who are managing the cases? 02 Questions: Q. No 15. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.