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The issue of vaccination against measles, mumps and rubella in a 12-month-old

child with a diagnosis: HIV infection, the second clinical stage (CD4 + level is 18%)
is being solved. Is it possible to vaccinate such a child?
A. Vaccination is contraindicated *.
B. It is possible to vaccinate.
C. Vaccination of such children is not done until 3 years old.
D. Vaccination of such children is not done at any level of immunosuppression.
E. Vaccination of such children is done regardless of the level of immunosuppression.

2. A child is 10 months old, at the age of 2 and 4 months she has been vaccinated with
the DTP. Four months ago, she was ill with pneumonia, and now is healthy. How to
do further vaccination of the child?
A. Continue vaccination, inject third dose of DTP *.
B. Re-start the three-time DTP vaccination.
C. Do revaccination of DTP in 12 months.
D. In the 18 months make revaccination of DTP.
E. Do not vaccinate within 6 months after pneumonia.

3. In the 6-month-old child on the 10th day after vaccination with DTP vaccine body
temperature increased to 38.5°C, rhinitis and cough appeared. How to evaluate the
appearance of these symptoms?
A. Acute respiratory infection *.
B. Expected response to the administration of the vaccine.
C. Post-vaccine local reaction.
D. Post-vaccine general reaction.
E. Post-vaccination complication.

4. Pregnant woman is ill with chronic hepatitis B. What are the immediate measures
for a newborn baby?
A. Administration of vaccine against hepatitis B and specific immunoglobulin within
12 hours postpartum *.
B. Introduction of the hepatitis B vaccine during the week after delivery.
C. Screening of the child for HBsAg.
D. Vaccination should be delayed for 1 month.
E. Administration of immunoglobulin against hepatitis B within 12 hours after

5. A child is 2 months old, she was born by HIV-infected mother, HIV status is not
defined. What vaccinations for such a child are not contraindicated at this time?
A. DTP, IPV, hepatitis B vaccine, vaccine against haemophilic infection *.
D. Vaccine against hepatitis B, OPV.
6. At the place of intradermal introduction of BCG vaccine in a 1.5 month infant
vaccinated in the maternity hospital there is an infiltration sized 8 mm in diameter, in
the center of which - small necrosis was found. How to evaluate the appearance of
these symptoms?
A. Normal course of postvaccinal period *.
B. Violation of the procedure of the vaccine administration.
C. Cold abscess.
D. Allergic reaction to the administration of the vaccine.
E. Furunculus.

7. A 12 month old child is vaccinated according to the vaccination schedule, with the
timing of immunization. At the time of examination child is healthy. What
vaccination should be done at this age?
A. Against measles, mumps, rubella, haemophilic infection *.
B. Against tuberculosis.
C. Against viral hepatitis B.
D. Against poliomyelitis.
E. Against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus.

8. Girl is 5 years old. From 2 years old she is ill with atopic dermatitis, in connection
with which the vaccination is done by individual schedule. She was vaccinated with
BCG in the maternity hospital, twice with DTP in 2 and 4 months, and three times -
against the poliomyelitis. What is the next vaccination plan?
A. DTP twice, hepatitis B vaccine three times, OPV, MMR *.
B. MMR, vaccine against hemophilic infection.
C. MMR, hepatitis B vaccine three times.
D. Vaccine against hemophilic infection, IPV.
E. DTP twice, hepatitis B vaccine three times.

9. 7 months old child, born preterm, has not been vaccinated in the maternity
hospital. What vaccine should be administered first of all?
A. BCG *.
E. Td

10. A girl 6 years old, who was vaccinated according to the schedule of vaccinations,
had a splenectomy as a result of an abdominal trauma. What vaccinations are
indicated to the child by health reasons?
A. Against meningococcal, pneumococcal infection, influenza *.
B. Against flu.
C. Against varicella.
D. Against viral hepatitis B.
E. Against meningococcal infection, hepatitis B, pneumococcal infection.