Bacterial Diseases One Liner Questions & Answers


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1 Food poisoning is due to – Salmonella bacilli
2 Food poisoning (Botulism) is caused by infection of a species of – Clostridium
3 Botulism is – Food–borne intoxication
4 D.P.T. vaccine is given to protect from – Diphtheria, Whooping Cough, Tetanus
5 DPT vaccines are used for – Diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus
6 The Triple Antigen DPT is given to children to prevent – Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus
7 For which DPT vaccines are not used? Polio
8 The triple antigen is given to a child to prevent – Diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus
9 Which of these is not a viral disease? Tuberculosis
10 Which antimicrobial drugs, are suitable for the treatment of both tuberculosis and leprosy? P–Amino salicylic acid
11 According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the disease which causes the death of the largest number of people today is – Ebola
12 Every year 5 lacs of Indians die of a disease. Identify it – Tuberculosis
13 Which diseases is caused by bacteria? Tuberculosis
14 Tuberculosis is caused by a – Bacterium
15 A specific test for detection of tuberculosis is – Montoux Test
16 BCG vaccine is used for the prevention of – Tuberculosis
17 BCG vaccine is given in – T.B.
18 The BCG vaccine must be proculated to a newborn baby within – Just after the birth
19 The disease ‘Tetanus’ is also known as – Lock Jaw
20 Tooth decay is mostly caused by interaction in the mouth between bacteria and food particles of – Carbohydrates
21 The reason of dental caries is – Bacterial Infection
22 People drinking water from a shallow handpump, are likely to suff er from all of the following diseases except – Fluorosis
23 Typhoid and cholera are typical examples of – Waterborne diseases
24 Leprosy is caused by – Bacteria
25 Sulfa drugs are effective against diseases caused by – Bacteria