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Dr.C.S. Dawn’s Indian College of Maternal and Child Health ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination - 2012

(Note: Use separate answer sheets for section A & B)

Date: - 21.07.2012

                                                                                                      Time: Three Hours

All Questions are compulsory                                                          Total Marks: 100

PAPER I

Section A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

Q.l.       Describe the fetal circulation give clinical features and management of Fallot's Tetralogy?

Marks 20

Q. 2.   What is the physiology of lactation. How will you ensure that baby is exclusively breast fed in the first six months of life?                                                                                                           Marks 15

Q. 3.     Write short notes on (Any Three)                                                                 Marks 15

1.                  Chloroquine

2.                  Microcytic Hypochromic Anemia

3.                  Injectable Polio Vaccine

4.                  Prevention of accidents in children

Section B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Paediatrics)

Q. 1   Give the protein and calorie requirement of children Describe the approach of a 3 year old
with malnutrition.                                                                                         Marks 20

Q.2.   Give causes of Delayed Development in a two year old child.                       Marks 15

Q. 3.    Write short notes on (Any Three)                                                                 Marks 15

1.       Female Foeticide

2.       Vitamin C

3.       Hand washing technique

4.    Swimming as an important daily activity for children.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination - 2012

(Note: Use separate answer sheets for section A & B)

Date: - 21.07.2012

                                                                                                      Time: Three Hours

All Questions are compulsory                                                          Total Marks: 100

PAPER II

Section A

Marks 20

Marks 15

Marks 15

(Neonatology and Diseases of infancy and Childhood)

Q.l.   Define perinatal asphyxia .Describe Neonatal Resuscitation.

Q. 2.  Give the management of Acute Diarrhea with severe dehydration.

Q. 3.  Write short notes on (Any Three)

1.       Neonatal Unconjugated Hyperbilirubinemia

2.       Infant of Diabetic mother

3.       Management of Bronchiolitis

4.       Proteinuria

Section B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Paediatrics)

Q. 1   What are the clinical features and complication of a child with Downs syndrome. How will you counsel a young mother for the next pregnancy ?                                                                             Marks 20

Q.2.   Give clinical features and management of enteric fever.                                  Marks 15

Q. 3.   Write short notes on (Any Three)                                                                   Marks 15

1.             Diet counseling for adolescence

2.             Post Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV

3.             Otitis Media

4.             National Immunisation Schedule


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination – 2011

 (All questions are compulsory)                                                      Total Marks: 100

 

PAPER – I

Section – A
(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

  1. Discuss fetal circulation and changes at birth.                            (20)                         
  2. Discuss metabolism of bilirubin in the newborn. Enumerate the causes of direct hyperbilirubinemia.                                                       (15)                                                  
  3. Write short notes on any THREE: -                                        (15)                                      

a)    Significance of peripheral blood smear examination.

b)    Complications of Oxygen therapy.

c)    Breadth Holding Attacks.

d)    Discuss presenting signs & symptoms of common congenital anomalies at birth.

 

Section – B
(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

  1. Discuss age independent Anthropometry.                                 (20)                                  
  2. Write short notes on any THREE: -                                        (15)                                                                                                                    

a)    Eye signs of Vitamin A deficiency.

b)    Newer Vaccines.

c)    Advantages of breast feeding.

d)    Iron  requirements during childhood & its common sources.  

  1. Write short notes on any THREE: -                                         (15)                                      

a)    Common health problems in adolescent.

b)    Acute flaccid paralysis.

c)    Zinc deficiency.

d)    Pseudotumor cerebri.                                                       

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination – 2011

 (All questions are compulsory)                                                      Total Marks: 100

 

PAPER – II

Section – A
(Neonatology & Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

 

  1. Discuss emergencies in the labour room.                                   (20)                                                                                                                                                      
  2. Discuss the clinical signs of severe dehydration and management of an infant of 6 kg. with severe dehydration.                                                (15)                                              
  3. Write short notes on any THREE: -                                         (15)                                              

a)    Prevention of acute attacks of bronchial asthma. 

b)    Management of Thalassemia major. 

c)    Rheumatic fever prophylaxis.

d)    Cerebral decongestive therapy.

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

  1. Discuss the clinical signs, diagnosis & management of dengue fever.        (20)                                                                                                                                     
  2. Write short notes on any THREE: -                                          (15)                                    

a)    Gene therapy.

b)    Management of status epilepticus.

c)    Short stature.

d)    Dental Caries.                                                                                                        

  1. Write short notes on any THREE: -                                          (15)                                            

                   a)  Plan to investigate a child with recurrent UTI.

b)    Weaning of feeds during first year of life.

c)    Hypertension in children.

d)    Immunomodulators.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination – 2010

Paper – I                             Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                                MARKS: 50

 

  1. Discuss the importance of upper segment & lower segment body ratios from birth to 10 years of age and its importance in clinical practice.
  2. Discuss the role of various enzymes in the digestive process. 
  3. Discuss the importance of fetal hemoglobin concentration from birth to 1 year of age. 
  4. Discuss parents counseling in a suicide prone child.   
  5. Discuss psychological advantages of breast feeding. 

                                                        Section – B

                        (Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50                  

                                                                         

  1. Discuss the role of the environment in growth.   

 

  1. Discuss the development of speech in a female child.    

 

  1. What do you understand by balance diet & prepare a menu for a 3 years old child for lunch.     

 

  1. Discuss the role of NRHM in improving the child health.   

 

  1. Discuss the adverse effects of low female ratio in the society.    

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination – 2010

                             Paper – II                   Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

  1. Discuss the factors in short to lower down the neonatal mortality.  
  2. Discuss the counseling of a mother to lower infant mortality.    
  3. Discuss briefly the indications for exchange transfusion in children.  
  4. Discuss the management of resistant nephrotic syndrome. 
  5. Discuss the adverse reactions to immunization & means to prevent them.                                                           
Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

                                                                         

  1. What is persistent diarrhea & discuss the management.     

 

  1. Discuss GOBIFFF.    

 

  1. Discuss in short genetic engineering.   

 

  1. Discuss the hazards of radiations.   

 

  1. Counseling about breast feeding in a HIV positive mother.    

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination – 2009

 

                             Paper – I                Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.     Discuss development of collecting system of the kidney and anomalies
associated with it.

2.        Discuss liver function tests.

3.                 Discuss Hodgkin lymphoma.

4.        Sibling rivalry.

5.                 Breath-holding spells.

 
Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

                                                                         

1.                 Options for feeding of newborn by HIV positive mother.

2.        What is a. limiting amino acid?

            Discuss means to compensate for limiting amino acids.

3.     Low osmolar ORS.

4.        Integrated Management of Neonatal & Childhood Illnesses.

5.        Gynecological problems in a female adolescent.

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip. C.H. Final Examination – 2009

                               Paper – II                  Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

 

1.                 Importance of 60, 50 and 40 respiratory rate in children.

2.        Management of severe dehydration in a child of 2 years weighing 12 kgs.

3.        Discuss steps of resuscitation in a newborn. Define asphyxia.

4.        Discuss treatment of pyogenic meningitis by meningococcal organism.

5.                 Discuss Rheumatic prophylaxis.

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Management of short stature.

2.        Effect of radiation on human fetus.

3.        Management of large VSD.

4.        Role of immunomodulators in pediatrics.

5.        Prevention of cross infection in pediatrics.


 

 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Exam. 2009

 

THEORY PAPER -I

Total Marks: 100                                                                   Time:- 10 am to 01 pm

ALL QUESTIONS ARE COMPULSORY

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology. Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

SECTION "A"

Q 01   Discuss physiology of lactation and write advantages of breast feeding. Write

important causes of lactation failure.                                           ( 20 Marks)

Q 02   Write briefly on:-

1.                                   Surgical emergencies in delivery room.                          (15 Marks )

2.                 When do you suspect pathological jaundice in newborn? Write important causes of jaundice after 3 days and before 7 days of life.

Q 03   Write Short Notes on   Any Three                                            ( 15 Marks)

a)                 Arterial Blood Gases.

b)                 Pulmonary Surfactant.

c)                 Cardiac Cycle.

d)                 Vitamin D metabolism.

SECTION "B"

 

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Paediatrics )

Q. 04. What are the common poisoning you see in your hospital according to priority.
Give in short principles of management.                                     ( 20 Marks)

Q 05   Write Briefly on:-                                                                         (15 Marks )

a)                 Infantile spasms.

b)                Contraindications to vaccination and management of adverse reactions.

c)                 Diagnosis of Congestive Cardiac Failure.

Q 06   Write Short Notes on :-                                                               ( 15 Marks )

1.                                   ORS

2.                                   TOF

3.                                   HUS


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

Dip.C.H. Final Exam - 2009

 

THEORY PAPER-II

Total Marks: 100                                                                   Time:- 10 am to 01 pm

 

SECTION "A"

 

(Neonatology and Disease of Infancy Childhood)

ALL QUESTION ARE COMPULSORY

Q. 01. Discuss in detail causes of prematurity.

Write the management of 1600gms (1.6 kg) preterm, premature baby from birth
to three months of age.                                                                 (20 Marks)

Q 02. Discuss aetiology, clinical picture & management of Dengue fever in a 2 years
old child                                                                                         (15 Marks)

Q. 03. Write Short Notes on (Any Three)                                                (15 Marks)

a)                                   Radiological changes in scurvy

b)                                  Iron Deficiency Anemia

c)                 Complication of Typhoid Fever

d)                                  Temper Tantrum.

 

SECTION "B"

 

(General Paediatric s & Recent Advances in Paediatrics)

Q 04   Describe various Sickle Cell Crises. How will you manage a 2 year old child with
 Sickle Cell Disease (SS pattern).                                                (20 Marks)

Q 05.  Discuss the management of Diabetic ketoacidosis in a 4 year old child.

(15 Marks)
Q 06  Write Short Notes (Any Three)                                                      (15 Marks)

a)                 Osteopetrosis

b)                 Hirschprungs Disease (Congenital Megacolon)

c)                 Recently introduced Vaccines in Paediatric Practice.

d)                 Management of Cerebral Malaria in a child.


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – April 2008

 

                                 Paper – I                  Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Enumerate diseases one can diagnose from inspection of hands.

2.        Discuss kidney function tests.

3.        Discuss functions of hypothalamus-pituitary axis.

4.        Management of visually handicapped,

5.        Diseases diagnosed by peripheral smear.

 

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Discuss the milestones attained by a normal child at 1 year.

2.        Prepare a menu for a 2 years old child.

3.        What are 6 cleans? Discuss breast feeding advice to primi.

4.        What are parameters not related to age for the diagnosis of malnutrition.

5.        Discuss the factors affecting the growth.

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – April 2008

                                 Paper – II                   Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Discuss feeding of a Low Birth Weight.

2.        Discuss causes of jaundice in 3 days old.

3.     Discuss prevention of Acute Nephritis.

4.     Discuss management of Nephrotic syndrome.

5.     Discuss management of hemophilia A and its prevention.

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Management of diarrhea in your set up.

2.        Prevention of genetic disorder.

3.        Advantages of consanguineous marriages.

4.        Your views on single child family.

5.        What is WHO theme for 2008 and how to achieve it ?


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – April 2007

                                Paper – I                    Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.        Give the reasons for the diagnosis of diseases from the inspection of the face.

2.        Discuss liver function tests.

3.        Discuss anatomical changes in the sex organs of a male child at puberty.

4.        Management of a child with hearing defect.

5.        Enumerate the psychological problems in the adolescent.

 

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.        Development of speech.

2.        Prevention of malnutrition in under-five.

3.        How to practice asepsis in OPD set up?

4.        Child labour-Disadvantages.

5.        Discuss feeding options for a newborn of the HIV positive mother.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – April 2007

                                  Paper – II                  Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.        Discuss steps of resuscitation.

2.        Discuss rational investigations for the sepsis in the newborn.

3.        Discuss status of Rheumatic fever in the society and its prevention.

4.        Discuss clinical signs of acute infantile hemiplegia at the acute phase and after
20 years.

5.                  Discuss causes of convulsions on 7th day and treatment of status epilepticus.

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.        Your opinion on sex education in schools.

2.        Prevention of female fetocide.

3.        Cold chain for polio immunization.

4.        Fragile X syndrome.

5.        Give the reasons for drugs you think should not be prescribed in Pediatric
practice.

 

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination(Supplementary) –2007

                               Paper – I                 Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.                  Discuss the diseases you can diagnose by urine examination in the bedside
laboratory.

2.        Discuss the pancreatic secretions and their functions.

3.        Describe bronchial tree and its importance in postural drainage.

4.        Breath holding spells.

5.        Discuss sources of Vitamins and their daily allowance.

 

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Parachute reflex.

2.        Chart out the diet for a 5 year old girl.

3.        Physical milestones achieved at one year.

4.        Crimes against children.

5.        Transmission of HIV from mother to child.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination (Supplementary) –2007

                                Paper – II                    Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.        Physiological jaundice.

2.        Essential newborn care.

3.        Signs and treatment of pyogenic meningitis.

4.        Clinical signs of infective endocarditis and treatment of.

5.                 Treatment of resistant nephrotic syndrome.

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                  Drugs for diarrhoea.

2.        Problems associated with cell phone.

3.        Causes of failure of Pulse Polio Programme.

4.        Signs of snake bite and treatment.

5.        Gene therapy.


 

 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Exam - 2007

 

THEORY PAPER-I

Total Marks: 100                                                                                 Time: Three Hours

 

SECTION - ' A '

Q. Ol. Write classification of PEM. How will you manage a 2 yr. old child with grade IV PEM          (15 Marks)

Q. 02. Write briefly on:-                                                                                  (20 Marks)

1.                 Polio vaccine

2.                 Enuresis

Q. 03. Write short notes on:-   Any three                                                         (15 Marks)

1.                 Nutritional Rickets

2.                 Mid-day Meal Programme

3.                 Age independent growth Parameters

4.                 Phototherapy

 

SECTION- ‘B'

Q.0l.   Discuss the etiopathogenesis clinical features and management of scurvy.

(20 Marks)

Q.02.  Write briefly on:-                                                                                  (15 Marks)

1.                 Hyponatremia

2.                 Mantoux Test

Q. 03.  Write short notes on:- Any three                                                          (15 Marks)

1      Constipation

2.                 Management of Prematurity

3.                 Cephalosporin's

4.                 Scabies


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Exam - 2007

 

THEORY PAPER - II

Total Marks: 100                                                                                 Time: Three Hours

 

SECTION - ' A '

Q.01.  Define Prematurity. What are the problems associated with a premature baby.

(15 Marks)
Q.02.  Write briefly:-                                                                                       (20 Marks)

01.       Febrile convulsions

02.     Temper tantrum

Q. 03. Write  short notes:- on any Three                                                        (15 Marks)

1.                 Postmaturity

2.                                   Clubbing

3.                 Proteinuria

4.                                   Vaso-occlusive crises

 

SECTION –B

 

Q. 04. Describe clinical features and management of Pyogenic meningitis   (15 Marks)

Q. 05. Write Briefly:-                                                                                           ( 20 Marks)

1.                 Precocious Puberty

2.                 Iron deficiency Anemia

Q. 06. Short notes :- Any Three                                                                         (15 Marks)

1.                 Down Syndrome

2.                 Hemophilia A

3.                 Congenital Hypothyroidism

4.                 Steven Johnson Syndrome


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2006

 

                                 Paper – I                  Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.        Describe the anatomy of the breast that helps in the formation of milk and
treatment of inverted nipple.

2.        What is the role of iodine in growth and development?

3.        Describe life cycle of round worm.

4.        Treatment of breath holding spells.

5.        Effect of large family on children.

 

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -      

 

                                                                                     MARKS: 50

 

1.       Role of environment in growth and development.

2.       Normal milestones in a one year old child.

3.       Vitamin A pulse administration.

4.       Family physician's role in health care.

5.       Bottle milk carries teeth.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –2006

 

                              Paper – II                 Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.        Treatment and prevention of rheumatic fever.

2.        Dengue fever.

3.        Japanese encephalitis and its prevention.

4.        Features of premature child and its prevention.

5.        Prevention of infection in the newborn nursery.

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Celiac disease.

2.        Hypertension in children.

3.        Status Asthmatics.

4.        Prevention of HIV infection from mother to child.

5.        Genetic counseling for sickle cell anemia.


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –2006

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-I

 

SECTION A

 

Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders.

 

 

1.             Daily requirement of Iron and mechanism of utilization in deficiency states.

 

2.             Subdural Effusion.

 

3.             Persistant Moro’s reflex

 

4.             Nocturnal Enuresis

 

5.             Significance of Fundus Examination.

                                                      .

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics

 

 

1.             Breath Holding Attacks

 

2.             Sexual maturity scoring in males and females.

 

3.             Short note on Vitamin K.

 

4.             Assessment of Malnutrition.

 

5.             Hib Vaccine schedule.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –2006

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-II

 

SECTION A

 

Neonatology & Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.

 

1.             Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis

2.             Enumerate the Causes & Management of convulsions in a new born

3.             Management of Meconium Aspiration syndrome

4.             Enumerate the causes of Hyperbilirulbinemia in the first few days of life.

5.             Hyaline Membrane disease – Diagnosis and its management.

 

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

General Pediatrics & Recent Advance in Pediatrics

 

 

6.             Outline management of Cerebral Malaria

 

7.             Tabulate Clinical signs of moderate and severe dehydration in a 10 month old child

 

8.             Mother to child transmission of H.I. V.

 

9.             Avian Flu (Bird Flu) clinical features & drug of choice

 

10.          Enumerate clinical significance of growth chart in pre school children,


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2005

 

                              Paper – I                 Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.    Advise the postural drainage of right apical segment of the upper lobe for a 6 months old child.

2.       Advise the diet for a 6 months old female child of lactose intolerance.

3.       Enumerate the diseases you can diagnose by peripheral smear.

4.    Breath holding spells.   

5.       Role of Vitamin- A in vision.

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.        Role of thyroxin in the growth and development of the brain.

2.        Essential amino acids.

3.        Balanced diet.

4.        Broken home.

5.        Prevention of HIV in adolescent.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –2005

                                 Paper – II                Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.       Signs of neonatal sepsis.

2.       Indications and side effects of phototherapy.

3.       Management of pneumococcal meningitis.

4.       Management of CCF in a male child of 4 years with 20 kg. Weight.

5.       Gynecological problems in 15 years old female.

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                Oral rehydration therapy.

2.       Pulse polio programme.

3.       Complementary feeding.

4.       Advantages of consanguineous marriages.

5.                DNA finger Printing

 

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –2005

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-I

 

SECTION A

 

Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders.

 

 

6.             Peripheral blood smear in Purpura

 

7.             Late onset Jaundice in a newborn.

 

8.             Diagnosis of Intususseption.

 

9.             Breadth Holding attacks

 

                             

                  .

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics

 

 

11.          Write briefly on Resistant Malaria.

 

12.          Development milestones in first year of life.

 

13.          Complications of Mumps.

 

14.          Conjugate of Vaccines.


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –2005

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-II

 

SECTION A

 

Neonatology & Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.

 

6.             Discuss briefly Intrauterine Infections.

7.             Problems associated with Prematurity.

8.             D/D of Cyanosis at birth

9.             Diagnosis of Childhood Tuberculosis.

 

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

General Pediatrics & Recent Advance in Pediatrics

 

 

15.          Red flag signs of Bronchial Asthma – Plan of management

16.          Management of Status Epilepticus.

17.          Write briefly on Calcium Metabolism & disease associated with it.

18.          Role of Trace Elements in growth of a child.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2004

                                 Paper – I                   Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.        Developmental anomalies of kidney.

2.        Causes and advantages of physiological jaundice.

3.        Importance of urine examination as a bedside investigation.

4.        Circadian cycle.

5.        Breath holding spells.

 

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                Parachute Reflex.

2.       Physical milestones achieved at one year.

3.       Balanced diet for a child of 10 years.

4.       Factors affecting growth.

5.       Transmission of HIV from mother to child.

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2004

                            Paper – II              Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

  1. Prevention of hypothermia.

2.       Feeding of a preterm child.

3.       Management of pyogenic meningitis.

4.       Management of contacts of diphtheria.

5.       Management of thrush in a newborn.

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                 Options for feeding a newborn of a HIV positive mother.

2.        Complications of acute glomerulonephritis and management thereof.

3.        Treatment of Rheumatic carditis with CCF.

4.        Indications for exchange transfusion in the newborn.

5.        Prevention of Japanese encephalitis.


 

 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Examination - 2004

 

PAPER -I

Time :-2 Hours

Marks :-100

(All questions are of equal value)

SECTION-A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

Discuss briefly:

01. Development of the lung.

02. Cardiac cycle

03. Histopathology8 of MCNS

04. Mirada circumference.

05. Breath holding spells.

 

SECTION -B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Paediatrics)

Discuss briefly:-

01.   Vitamin-D

02.   Nutritional rehabilitation

03.   Short stature

04.   Exclusive breast feeding

05.   Toilet training.

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip C.H. Examination,2004

 

 PAPER-II

Time:- 3 Hours

Marks:- 100

(All questions are of equal value)

 

SECTION-A

(Neonatology and Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

Discuss briefly:-

01. Status asthmaticus

02. Pathophysiology of birth asphyxia

03. Management of acute rheumatic fever

04. Investigations in iron deficiency anemia

05. Measles vaccine.

SECTION -B

(General Paediatrics & Recent Advances in Paediatrics)

Discuss briefly:-

01 .  Falciparum malaria

02.  Recent advances in lab diagnosis of tuberculosis

03.  Hypocalcemia

04.  Initial steps in resuscitation of newborn

05.  Pediatric HIV-AIDS

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2003

                               Paper – I                Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.                Describe bronchial tree and its importance in postural drainage.

2.       How is the first heart sound caused? Enumerate the various causes of systolic murmur over precordium

3.       Write down the steps to stain Acid fast bacilli. Draw an A.F.B.

4.    Overprotection.

5.    School phobia

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.       Importance of Mora's Reflex.

2.       Use of a catheter in the newborn.                                           .

3.       Feeding of Low birth weight newborn weighing 1 Kg.

4.       Complications of Anti-rabies vaccine.

5.       Causes of Short stature.

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2003

                                Paper – II                Time: 2 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.        Essential Newborn care.

2.        Prevention of tetanus.                                   :

3.        Causes of oedema in a female child of 3 years.

4.        Causes of hydrocephalus in a one month old child with birth weight of 1200
Gms.

5.        Complications of Tuberculous Primary complex.

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.                Disadvantages of high fiber in diet.

2.       Gene therapy.

3.    Source of iron and side effects of iron therapy.

 

4.       Prevention of hypothermia.

5.       Enumerate the diseases you can diagnose by urine examination.

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2003

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-I

 

SECTION A

 

Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders.

 

 

      Write briefly on :

 

10.          Scoliosis

 

11.          Umbilical Granuloma.

 

12.          Significance of Bone Marrow Examination.

 

13.          Hiatus Hernia

 

14.          Bronchial Breathing

 

                             

                  .

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics

 

 

19.          Erythema Toxicum.

 

20.          Cyanotic Newborn.

 

21.          School Phobia

 

22.          Persistent Diarrhea.

 

23.          Define Preterm, IUGR, IMR, Perinatal Period


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2003

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-II

 

SECTION A

 

General Pediatrics including Infectious Disease.

 

Discuss briefly :

 

10.          Infectious Croup.

11.          Complications of Measles

12.          D/D of Petichie on skin

13.          Management of Acute attack of Bronchial Asthma

14.          Toxic Shock Syndrome.

 

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

Nutritional & Psychological Disorders

 

 

24.          Role of Zinc in Nutrition

25.          Quack Stick

26.          Nutritional Recovery Syndrome

27.          Vitamin K

28.          Thumb Sucking & Pica


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2002

 

                                Paper – I                 Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

  1. Anatomy of the breast & its importance in breast feeding.
  2. Physiology of Thyroid Hormones.

3.       Secondary Apnoea - management.

4.       Effects of T. V. on children.

5.       Encopresis.

 

 
Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.    Delayed Speech

2.    Factors affecting growth

3.    Importance of essential amino acids

4.    Under five clinic

5.    Broken home OR Deprived Child


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2002

 

                               Paper – II                 Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

  1. Means of reducing Jaundice in the newborn.
  2. Signs of infections in the newborn.

3.        Hemoglobinopathies in India.

4.        Describe the management of an emergency case you have treated recently.

5.     Describe the management of severe dehydration in a child of 8 months weighing 6 Kgs.

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.      How to reduce infant mortality?

2.      GOBI.

3.      Diseases that can be diagnosed by the observation of the face.

4.   Rota Virus Vaccine.

5.   DNA finger printing  

       Or 

       Human Genome.

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2002

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-I

 

SECTION A

 

Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders.

 

 

15.          Discuss aetiopathogenesis and management of hyponatremic dehydration

 

16.          Discuss briefly :

a)     Foetal Circulation

b)    Salient features of peripheral blood smear in Thalessemia major.

c)     Temper tantrums

 

17.          Write briefly on :

a)     X ray findings in case of rickets

b)    Clinical features & diagnosis of Pseudo Hypertrophic Muscular Dystrophy

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics

 

 

29.          How would you assess the age of a child 2 year of age.

 

30.          Write short notes on :

 

a)     Significance of mid arm circumference

b)    HIB vaccination and its schedule

c)     Management of a case with paroxysmal cough

 

31.          Discuss briefly :

a)     AFP surveillance

b)    “Not enough breast milk”


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2002

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-II

 

SECTION A

 

Neonatology & Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.

 

15.          Enumerate the causes of neonatal seizures

16.          Problems of LBW babies.

17.          CSF findings in Tubercular, bacterial & Viral Meningitis.

18.          D/D of membrane in oral cavity.

19.          Eisenmenger’s Complex / Syndrome.

 

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

General Pediatrics & Recent Advance in Pediatrics

 

 

32.          Discuss the approach to a 5 year old child brought to you in coma

33.          Discuss briefly :

a.     Preventable mental retardation

b.    Recent management of bronchial asthma

c.     Mother to child transmission of H.I.V.

34.          Write short notes on :

a.     Causes of direct hyperbilirubinemia in newborn

b.    Causes of acute flaccid paralysis


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2001

 

                               Paper – I                  Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

1.    C.S.F circulation and narrate the causes of congenital hydrocephalus.

2.    Hemodynamic in Fallot's Tetralogy.

3.    Enuresis.

4.  Liver function tests.

5.    Bed side investigations of urine giving a clue for the diagnosis

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.       Vitamin - A allowances in child and Vitamin -A prophylaxis programme.

2.    Secular growth.

3.    Phrenoderma.

 

4.        Contraception in the adolescent.

5.     Disadvantages of applying soot (Kajal) in the eye.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2001

 

                                 Paper – II                  Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

1.                  Causes of oedema in a 6 year old child.

2.                  Care of a New born of the Australian Antigen positive mother

3.                  Causes of Acute Flaccid paralysis in a 3 year old child.

4.                  Prevention of Sickle Cell Disease.

5.                  Care of the back in a comatose child.

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -     

                                                                                     MARKS: 50

1.                ARI Programme beyond 4-months of age.

2.                Steroids in the perinatal period.

3.                Newer Vaccines.

4.                Cause's of hypertension in a 6 year male child.

5.       Investigations & management of a cretin.

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –2001

 

                              Paper – I                Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

 

1.     Life threatening congenital anomalies at birth.

2.     Kidney Function Tests.

3.   Complications of Patent Ductus Arteriosus.

4.     Breath holding spells.

5.     Role of C. T. Scan in Pediatric practice.

 

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.       Name the permanent teeth.

2.       Name essential amino acids.

3.    Prevention of malnutrition.

4.    Super ORS.

5.    Medical problems of adolescent.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2001

 

                              Paper – II                Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

1.       Causes of Jaundice at birth.

2.       Importance of Moro's reflex.

3.       Complications of blood transfusion.

4.    Treatment of Enteric encephalopathy.

      5.  Treatment of infected scabies.

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.       Disadvantages of iron therapy.

2.       Role of gamma globulin in Pediatrics.

3.       D.N.A finger printing

4.       Prevention of Kerosene poisoning.

5.       Newer Vaccines.

 

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2001

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-I

 

SECTION A

 

Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders.

 

 

18.          Write briefly on :

a)     Significance of breast feeding

b)    Third heart sound

 

 

19.          Discuss briefly :

a)     A typical febrile seizures

b)    Toxic Shock Syndrome

 

20.          Salient features of :

a)     Peripheral blood smear in Thallasemia Major

b)    Xray findings in Rickets.

c)     CSF findings in Tubercular meningities.

 

 

 

SECTION  B

 

Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics

 

 

35.          Write briefly on independent criteria’s for assessment of Protein Energy malnutrition..

 

36.          Discuss briefly :

 

a)     Prevention of Vitamin A deficiency.

b)    Reproductive Child Health Programme (RCH)

 

37.          Briefly write short notes on :

a)     Significance of growth charts

b)    Persistence of moro’s reflex.

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – 2001

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

 

PAPER-II

 

SECTION A

 

Neonatology & Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.

 

20.          Diagnosis and management of Respiratory distress in a newborn

21.          Differential diagnosis of hyperbilirubinemia in first three days of life

22.          Differential diagnosis of a limping child.

23.          Diagnosis of recurrent UTI in a child 2 years of age.

24.          Management of acute G.I. bleeding in a child.

 

 

SECTION  B

 

General Paediatrics & Recent Advance in Paediatrics

 

 

38.          Discuss the D/D of a 5 year old presenting with generalized anasarca.

39.          Write brief notes on :

a.     Newer vaccines

b.    Hepatosplenomegaly

40.          How will you manage a child suffering with

a.     Purpric rash

b.    Septic Meningitis

41.          Write briefly on :

a.     Complications of Typhoid fever.

b.    Accidental Sulphos poisoning in children.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination – April 2000

 

                            Paper – I               Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

1.    Diagnosis and types of Tracheo - esophageal fistula

2.    Investigations for the diagnosis of U.T.I.

3.    Enuresis.

4.    Haematological changes in first year.

5.    Effect of T.V. under five years of age.

 

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

1.   Growth of the brain in first year.

2.   Invisible fats.

3.   Immunization schedule of your hospital.

4.   Age independent criteria for the diagnosis of under nutrition.

5.   Role of nurture in growth.


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  2000

 

                             Paper – II                Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

1.    Causes of Acute placid, paralysis.        

2.    Care of the newborn in a village.

3.    Treatment of streptococcal sore throat.

4.    Causes of hypertension in children.

5.    Diagnosis of Pneumonia as per Child Survival & Safe Motherhood programme.

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

1.    Signs of inadequate breastfeeding.

2.    Causes of oedema at 5 years of age.

3.    Reverse cold chain.

4.    Genetic counseling for a child of Sickle Cell trait.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

DIP. C.H. EXAMINATION, 2000

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

PAPER-I

 

SECTION A

 

Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders.

 

25.          Discuss :

a.     Treatment of Acute Bronchiolities in a three month old baby.

b.    Structure of umbilicus and its care in birth

26.          Describe briefly :

a.     Nocturnal enurnal enuresis in children.

b.    Complications of diphtheria.

27.          Write short notes on –

a.     Value of fundus examination of eye in pediatric practice.

b.    Importance of growth charts in improving the health and nutrition of pre-school children.

 

SECTION  B

 

General Paediatrics & Recent Advance in Paediatrics

 

42.          Write briefly causes and management of short stature.

43.          Write short notes on :

a.     Use of newer vaccines

b.    Stages of Vitamin A deficiency

44.          Briefly write management of:

a.     Typhoid fever in children

b.    Acute gastroenteritis with sever dehydration in a child 6 months of age.


 

 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

DIP. C.H. EXAMINATION, 2000

 

 

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS BRIEFLY & TO THE POINT

 

PAPER-II

 

SECTION A

 

Neonatology & Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.

 

28.          Management of RDS with Meconium aspiration syndrome in a newborn

29.          Diagnosis of Down’s Syndrome at birth

30.          Management of Acute severe asthma

31.          Differential diagnosis of a child with hepatosplenomegaly.

32.          Diagnosis of acute renal failure in children.

 

 

SECTION  B

 

General Paediatrics & Recent Advance in Paediatrics

 

 

45.          Discuss the D/D of a 5 year old presenting with generalized anasarca.

46.          Write brief notes on :

a.     X-ray findings of Rickets

b.    Advantages of breast feeding

47.          How will you manage a child suffering with

a.     Purpuric rash

b.    Septic Meningitis

48.          Write briefly on :

a.     Complications of Mumps.

b.    Peripheral blood smear in thallasemia.

 

 


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  1999

 

                                Paper – I                   Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Applied Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Psychological Disorders)

 

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

1.  Foetal  Circulation

2.  Lung Function Tests

3.  Peripheral Smear in Pediatric Practice

4.  Breath Holding Spell

5.  Developmental Anomalies of the Urinary Tract

 

 

Section – B

(Growth & Development, Nutrition & Social Pediatrics)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.    Percentile

2.    Immunization of Immuno-Compromised

3.    Rheumatic Fever Prophylaxis

4.    Diagnosis of Pneumonia in a Male Child of 1 1/2 years

5.    Balanced Diet


 

Dr. C. S. Dawn's Indian College of Maternal and child Health (ICMCH)

 

Dip.C.H. Final Examination –  1999

 

                                Paper – II                   Time: 3 Hours

(All questions are compulsory)

 

Section – A

(Neonatology, Diseases of Infancy & Childhood)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                              MARKS: 50

1.    Treatment of Umbilical Granuloma

2.    Life Threatening^ Conditions in the Labour Room

3.    Clinical Features of Infective Endocarditis

4.    Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome

5.    Vitamin A Deficiency Corneal Ulcer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B
(General Pediatrics & Recent Advances)

 

Discuss briefly: -                                                                                               MARKS: 50

 

1.    Prevention of Neural Tube Defects

2.    Disadvantages of Breast Feeding

3.    Drugs in Diarrhoea

4.    Advances in the Management of Thalassemia Major,

5.    Radiological Features of Healing Scurvy