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- 1.Which is true of Hepatitis B immunization?
- A.
Selected newborns are to be given the monovalent HBV vaccine.

- B.
HBIG may be given on the second week if the mother is later found to be HBsAg(+)

- C.
If mother is HBsAg(+), HBV and HBIG must be given within 12 hours after birth

- D.
If mother's HBsAg status is unknown, only HBV is given after 12 hours of birth

- 2.After the HBV birth dose, which one is correct?
- A.
The HBV series must be completed using only the monovalent variety.

- B.
The second dose is given at 1 or 2 months.

- C.
After age 6 weeks, only the monovalent type is to be used.

- D.
Infants born to HBsAg(+) mothers must be tested one month after birth.

- 3.Which one is true of the Rotavirus vaccine?
- A.
The minimum age for first administration is 6 weeks old.

- B.
The maximum age for the final dose is 12 months and 0 days.

- C.
If Rotarix is administered at ages 2 and 4 months, a dose at 6 months is indicated.

- D.
The maximum age for the first dose is 16 weeks and 6 days

- 4.Which one is true of DTaP?
- A.
The Diphtheria component is notorious for causing adverse reactions

- B.
The final dose in the series is given at 4 to 6 years old

- C.
DTaP is used by the DOH as routine public vaccine

- D.
The minimum age to start is at birth

- 5.Which one is true?
- A.
The minimum age to start for HiB vaccination is 8 weeks.

- B.
Main purpose of HiB immunization is to protect against pneumonia.

- C.
Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine is started at age 2 years.

- D.
Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine is started at age 4 weeks.

- 6.Which one is true?
- A.
IPV is safer than OPV

- B.
IPV is given immediately after birth

- C.
Two drops of IPV are given P.O.

- D.
Third dose of IPV is given at age 3 years

- 7.Which one is true?
- A.
MMR is started at age 6 months

- B.
The minimum starting age for Varicella vaccine is 12 months

- C.
Trivalent inactivated flu vaccine is started at age 15 months.

- D.
Hepatitis A vaccine is given two doses 12 months apart

- 8.Which vaccine can be given safely during pregnancy?
- A.
Measles

- B.
Mumps & Rubella

- C.
Varicella

- D.
Influenza

- 9.How many doses of Varicella vaccine are recommended for adults?
- A.
1

- B.
2

- C.
3

- D.
4

- 10.Which one is recommended about Pneumonia vaccine?
- A.
1 dose is given starting age 65 years

- B.
3 doses are to be given before age 65 years

- C.
Re-vaccination is recommended every 5 years

- D.
4 doses are to be given before age 65 years

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